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Attaching the stomacher to an 18th century robe à la française using straight pins

Attaching the stomacher to an 18th century robe à la française using straight pins

Henry - "Madame A...". Inspiré d'un habit de chasse milieu Louis XV. Taffetas brodé en couleurs et argent

Henry - "Madame A...". Inspiré d'un habit de chasse milieu Louis XV. Taffetas brodé en couleurs et argent

Fashioning the Early Modern » Workshop 2 Petticoat 1739-1749, salmon red and yellow, silk, embroidery and quilt.

Fashioning the Early Modern » Workshop 2 Petticoat 1739-1749, salmon red and yellow, silk, embroidery and quilt.

17th Century Dress

17th Century Dress

Great Britain (made)  1760-1765 (made)   1735-1749 (embroidered)  Silk and linen, hand woven and hand sewn, silver, gold, parchment

Great Britain (made) 1760-1765 (made) 1735-1749 (embroidered) Silk and linen, hand woven and hand sewn, silver, gold, parchment

Beuteltaschen aus dem Mittelalter

Beuteltaschen aus dem Mittelalter

Smock A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as insertions on the sleeves, cuffs, collar and upper part of the front. If worn underneath an open-necked gown, the exquisite needlework would have been visible  Production Date:1603-1610

Smock A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as insertions on the sleeves, cuffs, collar and upper part of the front. If worn underneath an open-necked gown, the exquisite needlework would have been visible Production Date:1603-1610

043[amolenuvolette.it]1590 1610 ludger tom ring le jeune- cuisine de westphalie.jpg (5413×3341)

043[amolenuvolette.it]1590 1610 ludger tom ring le jeune- cuisine de westphalie.jpg (5413×3341)

Beuckelaer. | Allegory of Negligence Joachim Beuckelaer (Antwerp ca. 1533 – 1575)

Beuckelaer. | Allegory of Negligence Joachim Beuckelaer (Antwerp ca. 1533 – 1575)

red petticoat that laces up the front, underneath a jacket. Detail from the Witches' Kitchen by Francken, c. 1610.

red petticoat that laces up the front, underneath a jacket. Detail from the Witches' Kitchen by Francken, c. 1610.