Juvenile Forester

(registered 26 February 1874)

Woven by H. Slingsby and Sons.

Reference Number:-  
osl 88  

short sash type ribbon with image of all seeing eye, young man holding a flag and words





image of all seeing eye



word on a flag held by a young man



Size of Silk:

The ribbon has been sewn along the lower tapered end to form a sash to go around the wearers neck.
In total the ribbon is 108.0cm long by 5.6cm wide, with the central design being 19.0cm long.
The remainder of the sash is of a uniform green colour, and is not shown.

Alternative back-ground colours:

by Godden:
This silk is not listed by Godden 

Other comments:
Rather than weaving in their name, Slingsby tended to stamp it on the back of his silks, using ink. This was in the form of a large circle, with the Diamond Registration mark inside.

There is just such a stamping on the reverse of this sash, on which is written:

The Diamond Registration mark contained within this circle has the date of registration on 26 February 1874.

At some stage, the central design of this sash has been made into a bookmark type ribbon (20.0cm long by 5.5cm wide), with a pin sewn into the top turnover, so the ribbon could be worn as a badge.

Same ribbon, but made into a bookmark type pin badge

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