Dress worn by Marketa Lobkowicz, 1617, Mikulov Museum

Dress worn by Marketa Lobkowicz, 1617, Mikulov Museum

1628 - Shirt, bodice, which is most likely worn by Queen Christina (1626-1689) at about age 2

1628 - Shirt, bodice, which is most likely worn by Queen Christina (1626-1689) at about age 2

1660s - Silver Tissue Dress - thought to be worn by Theophilia Harris of Hayne

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1660s - Silver Tissue Dress - thought to be worn by Theophilia Harris of Hayne

1616, United Kingdom - Jacket - Linen, silk, metal

1616, United Kingdom - Jacket - Linen, silk, metal

Late 17th century, Europe - Embroidered apron - Silk taffeta with silk embroidery. Linen pockets and bib lining.

Late 17th century, Europe - Embroidered apron - Silk taffeta with silk embroidery. Linen pockets and bib lining.

1610-1615, England - Woman's jacket - Linen plain weave, embroidered with silk and metallic threads and spangles; metallic bobbin lace

1610-1615, England - Woman's jacket - Linen plain weave, embroidered with silk and metallic threads and spangles; metallic bobbin lace

Late 17th century, Europe - Stomacher - Silk, Linen, Metal, Satin / Embroidery

Late 17th century, Europe - Stomacher - Silk, Linen, Metal, Satin / Embroidery

late 16th–early 17th century, Europe - Embroidered apron - Linen ground with gold metal and silk embroidery, gold metal and silk cord trim, and a gold metal and silk ribbon waistband

late 16th–early 17th century, Europe - Embroidered apron - Linen ground with gold metal and silk embroidery, gold metal and silk cord trim, and a gold metal and silk ribbon waistband

17th century with 18th century alterations, Europe - Woman's dressing jacket - Linen; linen bobbin lace

17th century with 18th century alterations, Europe - Woman's dressing jacket - Linen; linen bobbin lace

1690-1710, Europe - Stomacher - Linen, Appliqué

1690-1710, Europe - Stomacher - Linen, Appliqué

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