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Nightcap  1580-1620 England  Difficult to determine stitches from the photo

nightcap, English, silk and metal thread embroidery on linen fabric - Manchester Art Gallery

Plimoth Jacket reproduction that would have been worn just after the Elizabethan era.

The Plimouth Jacket "Faith," circa 2009 Hand embroidered and stitched reproduction of jacket from early Beautiful work.

tawnyscostumesandcuriosities:  Embroidery Fragment 1570-1599 Linen

Embroidery fragment National Trust Inventory Number 1348931 Date 1570 - 1599 Materials Linen Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

A FINE LADY'S COIF

A FINE LADY'S COIF ENGLISH, CIRCA 1610 of fine linen embroidered with pomegranates, jonquils and violas with striped petals worked in coloured silk and gold and silver thread

Drawstring bag (image 2) | France | 1625-1650 | Glass beads strung on linen (sablé); silk netting and braided cords | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 43.2396

Drawstring bag embroidered with two noblewoman, French school (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Search | Museum | Bodice | Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Search | Museum | Bodice | Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Embroidered men's cap from Thomas Trevelyon pattern. Made by Erin Harvey Moody. Permanent Collection, Folger Shakespeare Library

Embroidered men's cap from Thomas Trevelyon pattern. Made by Erin Harvey Moody.

coif, late 16th century, England, linen embroidered with silk and silver gilt thread and spangles

Coif Date: late century Culture: English Medium: Linen embroidered with silk and silver-gilt thread and spangles Dimensions: H. 17 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Irwin Untermyer, 1964 Accession Number:

1600-1630 English Sweet bag at the Glasgow Museums, Glasgow - From the curators' comments: "Small decorative bags or purses appear on many late sixteenth and seventeenth century household inventories often listed as ‘sweet bags’....One use for these bags was to be filled with fragrant herbs or perfumed powders and placed in linen and clothes closets much like lavender bags today."

1600-1630 English Sweet bag at the Glasgow Museums, Glasgow - From the curators' comments: "Small decorative bags or purses appear on many late sixteenth and seventeenth century household inventories often listed as ‘sweet bags’....One use for these bags was to be filled with fragrant herbs or perfumed powders and placed in linen and clothes closets much like lavender bags today."

Woman's triangular forehead cloth | England | 1575-1625 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Linen with silk and gold-colored metallic thread and spangles embroidery.

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