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Hill, Clare, fl. 1900 / Millinery: theoretical and practical
(1909)

Examination papers,   pp. 143-156 PDF (2.1 MB)


Page 143

 
EXAMINATION PAPERS 
CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE 
        EXAMINATIONS IN MILLINERY 
                ORDINARY GRADE 
  Candidates may enter either as registered or external 
students; the first only are eligible for prizes, and are re- 
quired to make at least twenty attendances in class; to 
them the fee is 2s. 6d., to the external candidates 7s. 
  The examination work is divided into three sections: 
(i) practical, (2) written, (3) specimens made in class. 
  To obtain Certificates candidates must pass in all divi- 
sions. At the Practical Examination the student must be 
prepared to make any item the term "millinery " will em- 
brace. 
  The written questions also cover a wide range: method, 
stitches, renovations, bills of cost, estimate of quantities, 
suggestion of styles, schemes of colouring, drawing, all 
find a place. 
  The specimens generally take the form of shapes-one of 
which is usually a copy of a given sketch-and include a 
sample "made" hat or bonnet. 
    Prizes: ist, £2 and Institute's Silver Medal. 
           2nd, £2      ,,      Bronze Medal. 
           3rd,  i      ,,) 
           4th, the Institute's Bronze Medal. 
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