c1575-1610  "Woman’s waistcoat and coif, England. these are said to have been given to the wife of Rodger Woodhouse by Queen Elizabeth 1st on August 22, 1578." MFA

“Woman’s waistcoat and coif, England. These are said to have been given to the wife of Rodger Woodhouse by Queen Elizabeth on August MFA This is the embroidered jacket I want to make.

textile: India; dress: England  Woman’s Greatcoat Dress, circa 1795  Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Painted glazed linen, Center back length: 71 3/4 in. (182.25 cm)  Gift of Mrs. Henry Salvatori (M.79.84.2)  Costume and Textiles Department.

dress: England Woman’s Greatcoat Dress, circa 1795 Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Painted glazed linen, Center back length: 71 in. cm) Gift of Mrs. Henry Salvatori Costume and Textiles Department.

Домашняя одежда 19 века

Woman's wrapper American, about 1855 Dimensions Center Front: 54 in. Wool plain weave printed, silk plain weave lining, fur collar, cotton cord and twill tape

, 16th century CE, Elizabethan period (1553-1603), Embroidery, Jacket, Renaissance

In The Elizabeth wore clothes like this century CE, Elizabethan period Embroidery, Jacket, Elizabethan

17th century embroidered jacket and painting. Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003.This is the earliest known example of a textile shown in a painting where both the painting and the textile still exist. It slightly post-dates the Elizabethan period – the jacket was made in 1610 and altered in 1620. The sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger.

century embroidered jacket and painting ~ Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003 (textile shown in a painting still exist, the jacket was made in the sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger)

Bodice worn by Marie de Medici, 1575-1600 Spain (worn in Paris), MFA Boston

Costume bodice worn by Marie de Medici, Spain (worn in Paris), MFA Boston I& not really sure what they mean by & since Marie de Medici lived in this era. Maybe it& a fancy dress piece?

Doublet embroidered in silver and linen  16th century England  Ultra-simple design, embroidered in chain and seed (speckle?) stitches

Bodice ~ century ~ Linen, plain weave ~ embroidered with silk, silvered-metal-strip-wrapped fiber, and linen in chain and seed stitches ~ Art Institute of Chicago.

Tröja, klänningsliv, som med största sannolikhet burits av drottning Kristina vid ca 2 års ålder.Namn   Ägare: Kristina av Sverige (1626-1689)  Ägare: Sara Larsdotter Stiernflycht  Datering  1628 cirkaÖvriga Nyckelord  tröjaSamling  LivrustkammarenInventarienummer  9378 (4322)

Courtesy of The Royal Armoury. Queen Christinas (Kristinas) pink silk bodice, worn when she was only two years old and preserved within the Stiernflycht family for several generations.

COFIA Y CHAQUETA SIGLO XVII

British jacket linen plain weave, embroidered with silk and metallic threads and spangles - metallic bobbin lace (MFA Boston)

Tudor Costume - I've never seen a sash used on Tudor dress like this before ... I love it though and think I'll try it!   Wonder if I can make it detachable?  Bet so :)

Elizabethan masque costumes often relied on massive sashes to evoke the draped styles of ancient dress like togas. An easy last minute garb solution for those attending Simply Allegorical on Saturday

Childs dress, ca 1600   Germany, Lippisches Landesmuseum.

Burial dress of Countess Catherine Lippe, who died age May From the Lippe Regional Museum Fripperies and Fobs

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