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Pair of children's stockings        Italian, 1650–1750         Italy  Dimensions      23.1 x 11.9 cm (9 1/8 x 4 11/16 in. )  Medium or Technique      Cotton, silk, knit, embroidery    Accession Number      43.1962a-b

Pair of children's stockings Italian, Italy Dimensions x cm x 4 in. ) Medium or Technique Cotton, silk, knit, embroidery Accession Number

Infant’s Stockings 1650-1750 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Pair of infant's stockings, Italy Knitted salmon silk with gilt-metal fleur-de-lis headed clocks and fancy seams, faggot-stitched diamond pattern welts, French soles.

Pair of children's stockings | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Knitted maroon silk with embroidered white and blue floss silk clocks around gussets, white embroidered fancy seams; white band of blue snowflakes and maroon crosses and maroon, white, blue bands at top.

Evolution of a Stocking « Life Takes Lemons

Evolution of a Stocking

As early as gore inserts revolutionized fit and comfort. These wedge shaped additions also provided decorative embellishments like embroidery and contrasting colors, although both were seen in lesser detail on earlier socks.

Turkish woolen stockings from the fourth quarter of the century.

Stomacher Date: 1700–1725 Culture: German Medium: silk Dimensions: Length: 11 1/2 x 6 3/4 in. (29.2 x 17.1 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Ernest Schernikow, 1917 Accession Number: 17.19.1

Stomacher -- -- German -- Embroidered Silk -- The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pair of clocked stockings        Italian, mid-17th century         Italy  Dimensions      19 x 50.5 cm (7 1/2 x 19 7/8 in.)  Medium or Technique      Silk    Accession Number      43.1949a-b

Pair of clocked stockings Italian, century Italy Dimensions 19 x cm x 19 in.) Medium or Technique Silk Accession Number

Silk, Silver Gilt, and Cotton Stockings, circa 1610 Lovely Limbs: Modern Stockings with Historical Style | The Pragmatic Costumer

Lovely Limbs: Modern Stockings with Historical Style

Silk, Silver Gilt, and Cotton Stockings, circa 1610 Lovely Limbs: Modern Stockings with Historical Style

Silk stockings, ca. 1900 - Paris. Given to the Victoria and Albert Museum by The Dowager Lady Swaythling.  Three-color stripes?? Beaded snakes??!! These women had a love of color and a sense of humor.

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