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Skirt | Museum of London 1621-1640

Skirt | Museum of London 1621-1640

Apron made in Britain 1580-1600.  linen   possibly unfinished, normally would have had lace added to edges and possibly more colors added to the embroidery.

Apron made in Britain 1580-1600. linen possibly unfinished, normally would have had lace added to edges and possibly more colors added to the embroidery.

Jacket: ca. second half of the 1600's, British, hand-knitted silk yarn, hand-embroidered with metallic and silk thread, decorated with sequins.

Jacket: ca. second half of the 1600's, British, hand-knitted silk yarn, hand-embroidered with metallic and silk thread, decorated with sequins.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

1640s loose jacket (kassack) in scarlet broadcloth and gold brocade.  Worn by King of Sweden Karl X Gustav (1622-1660)

1640s loose jacket (kassack) in scarlet broadcloth and gold brocade. Worn by King of Sweden Karl X Gustav (1622-1660)

The top half of an 17th century ensemble: Jacket with Crewel redwork embroidery on cotton and linen along with coif, forehead cloth, gloves and collar circa 1630 from the Victoria and Albert Museum

The top half of an 17th century ensemble: Jacket with Crewel redwork embroidery on cotton and linen along with coif, forehead cloth, gloves and collar circa 1630 from the Victoria and Albert Museum

Linen jacket with black silk embroidery; English; 1620s; V & A Museum. www.vam.ac.uk

Linen jacket with black silk embroidery; English; 1620s; V & A Museum. www.vam.ac.uk

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

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

Woman's Jacket pieces. Britain, 1600-1625. Linen and silk, hand sewn with silk and linen thread, embroidered with silk, silver and silver-gilt threads, silver-gilt spangles and glass beads. From the Victoria and Albert Museum: T.106:1to4-2003

Woman's Jacket pieces. Britain, 1600-1625. Linen and silk, hand sewn with silk and linen thread, embroidered with silk, silver and silver-gilt threads, silver-gilt spangles and glass beads. From the Victoria and Albert Museum: T.106:1to4-2003