Category Archives: textile conservation

There’s been comments about the lightfastness test setup which, in most cases for hobby and smallscale professional dyers, consists of picking a south-facing window and sticking stuff in there for a given amount of time… which is very obviously not … Continue reading

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I have two links for you this morning – Doug from Doug’s Archaeology has attended the conference about Computer Applications and Quantitative Measurements in Archaeology this March, and if you’re interested in the presentations that were given, go visit his … Continue reading

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