Sunday, June 9, 2013

Flax Culture

It was common to make linen cloth for napkins to be used at the dinner table but this practice did not really get going until after the Act of 1693 when a statute offered a reward for the encouragement of linen production.  The inventories of estates listed linen napkins. Source: Hening's Statutes, vol. III, p. 135.

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