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stomacher c.1750. Patterned silk ttrimmed with ribbon, fly fringe and lace, paper backing

French or Italian stomacher, circa Patterned silk trimmed with silk ribbon, fly fringe, and lace, paper backing.

stomacher with pink and white striped taffeta ribbons

Dress piece - Pink and white striped taffeta ribbon trimmed stomacher, part of original dress. 1770 (circa) Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

Womans StomacherFrance, mid-18th centuryCostumes; principal attire (upper body)Ombré ribbon, silk thread, fly fringe and lace on silk damaskLength: 15 in. (38.1 cm)Gift of Mrs. Gabriella K. Robertson and Mrs. Marlene P. L. Toeppen (63.2.5)

Stomacher, century, French, LACMA Collections, Gift of Mrs. Gabriella K. Robertson and Mrs. Marlene P.

French or Italian, late 17th–early 18th century (stomacher)

Stomacher French or Italian - late century Gilt-silver yarns and wires embroidered on blue silk ground. Green silk tabs at sides (original). DIMENSIONS 42 x 33 cm x 13 in.

Stomacher silk, metallic thread, paper lining; ruching wrapped metal, 18th century

Gilt-silver lace decorated with salmon, green and blue floss and chenille silk yarns, silk fly fringe and ribbon. Mounted on white silk over paper and linen.

1750 France ou Italie  Stomacher straw splints couched to linen, with silk and silver thread embroidery


Stomacher Place of origin: France (possibly, made) Date: ca. 1750 Materials and Techniques: Straw splints couched to linen, with silk and silver thread embroidery Museum number:

Mantua  Place of origin: Spitalfields, England (textile, woven)  Great Britain, United Kingdom (made)  Date: 1748-1750 (woven)  1760-1770 (made)  Materials and Techniques: Brocaded silk, lined with linen, trimmed with fly fringe, hand-sewn  Museum number: T.120 to B-1961


Detail stomacher, court mantua, England (Spitalfields), fabric: Cream silk brocaded with floral sprays, bodice and stomacher elaborately decorated with fly fringe.

Stomacher for a spitalfields woven silk Court dress: 18th century

stomacher -- decorative piece that would fit right on top of corset, under bodice. elaborately decorative fillers for front of century dresses. Removable, could wear with different garments // really featuring beautiful decoration right at bust line

CORSÉ DE SEDA y peto, americano o europeo, 18o C. - Precio Estimado: $ 800 - $ 1000

Blue faille with polychrome floral brocade, the corset having straps, white leather tabs and silver metal hooks, blue and white striped lining with leather faci