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Child's linen and wool Dress, mid-18th century, American, Via the Met.
Two-Piece Day Dress: Bodice and Skirt Made in France, c. 1878-80 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth. Silk faille and brocaded silk lampas weave trimmed with lace, silk satin, and beads. 1996-19-7a,b Philadelphia Museum of Art
Frockcoat Pocket Embroidery detail of Suit, 1774-93, French, silk.
Suzani, Uzbekistan, 19th century
Mandarin Coat, Paul Poiret
Detail of the quilting on the Prince of Wales' Banyan circa 1770-80
Beautiful French blue silk stockings embroidered with with birds 1885-89
1930s deshabillé of silk panne velvet and Alecon lace.
French silk purse, late 18th century.
Knitted reticule, c.1815, from the Vintage Textile archives.
Embroidered satin bag, c.1820
Philadelphia hand-embroidered silk purse, c.1770-90. Provenance: several hand written notes inside "worked by Phebe Lewis..." From the Vintage Textile archives.
Wool embroidered linen purse (back) 1725-40
art deco embroidery
Le Divan F habit_bleu
Pocket, single, embroidered, Nat'l Museums of Scotland, early-mid 18th c.
Woman's bobbin lace glove 1650, a bit post-period, but WOW
Mongol Yuan Dynasty (late 13th century) brigandine armor, used during the Mongol invasions of Japan and preserved at the Mongol Invasion Museum in Japan.