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Blackwork Embroidery Patterns - New Transcriptions - By Sidney Eileen Jacobean Embroidery, Blackwork Embroidery, Vintage Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Hand Embroidery, Embroidery Sampler, Stitch Patterns, Blackwork Patterns, Fabric Manipulation

Smock | V&A Search the Collections

A woman's smock, 1560-1580, British; Linen embroidered with red silk in a design of strapwork and flowers. Museum Number T.326-1982.

Collar | V Search the Collections Antique Lace, Vintage Lace, Elizabethan Dress, 17th Century Clothing, English Clothes, Up Costumes, Lacemaking, Baroque Fashion, Lace Collar

Band | V&A Search the Collections

Band, 1630-1640 (made). Man's lace band, Linen edged with bobbin lace, with tassels of knotted linen thread, Honiton, Devon, 1630 - 1640. Museum Number 1126-1903.

Doublet Place of origin: Italy (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk, linen, silk thread, linen thread, hand-sewn and stamped Museum number: 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Baroque Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Era

Doublet | V&A Search the Collections

Doublet, 1625-1630 (made). A man's doublet, 1625-30, English; Cream silk satin, stamped and paned. Museum Number T.59-1910.

Gerrit van Honthorst (Dutch, - Portrait of a Young Girl Wearing a Lace Collar, Victoria and Albert Museum 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Art, Utrecht, Dutch Golden Age, Neck Choker, Victoria And Albert Museum, Historical Clothing

A Young Girl Wearing a Lace Collar | Honthorst, Gerrit van | V&A Search the Collections

Oil on panel. A Young Girl Wearing Lace, style of Gerard van Honthorst, ca. 1635. Museum Number P.52-1962.

For other uses, see Doublet (disambiguation). The unidentified tailor in Giovanni Battista Moroni s famous portrait of ca 1570 is in doublet and lined and stuffed ( bombasted ) hose. A doublet is a man s snug fitting buttoned jacket that is… 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Gothic Clothing, Vintage Clothing, Renaissance, V & A Museum, Doublet

Doublet | V&A Search the Collections

Doublet, 1635-1640 (made). Man's doublet, glazed linen embroidered with linen thread, England, 1635 - 1640. Museum Number 177-1900.

A simple shift for Ninon - The Dreamstress Rock Shirts, Jack Rogers, Patterns Of Fashion, Topshop, Historical Clothing, Women's Clothing, Blue Coats, 17th Century, Costumes For Women

A simple shift for Ninon - The Dreamstress

In order to give myself a break from the endless eyelets, I whipped up a shift to go under Ninon’s dress. Unlike the rest of the dress, I can’t claim historical accuracy with the shift. I couldn’t find enough resources on 17th century undergarments to feel that I could draft a pattern and construct a shift that would be accurate so I figured why bother with all the handsewing and expensive linen and other nitpicky details that go with accuracy? So my shift is cotton. (*gasp*) And almost…

Panel of jacket fronts by Pierrepont, Mary, (made). Panel of fronts for a woman's linen jacket, British; embroidered in blackwork, uncut. Blackwork Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Embroidered Clothes, Embroidered Jacket, 17th Century Clothing, Medieval Embroidery, Commonplace Book

Panel of jacket fronts | Pierrepont, Mary | V&A Search the Collections

Panel of jacket fronts by Pierrepont, Mary, 1619-1625 (made). Panel of fronts for a woman's linen jacket, 1619-1620, British; embroidered in blackwork, uncut. Museum Number 252&A-1902.

Sleeve panel of a woman's garment, British; linen embroidered in blackwork with vine and grapes, insects in speckling stitch Blackwork Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Machine Embroidery, 17th Century Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Art, Embroidered Jacket, Victoria And Albert Museum, Models

Sleeve panel | V&A Search the Collections

Sleeve panel of a woman's garment, 1610-1620, British; linen embroidered in blackwork with vine and grapes, insects in speckling stitch. Museum Number T.11-1950.

Point plat de Venise lace, showing detail of Venetian flat needlepoint, 17th century Irish Crochet, Crochet Lace, Cut Work, Linens And Lace, Needle Lace, Musketeers, Lace Making, Antique Lace, Mysterious

Point plat de Venise lace, showing detail of Venetian flat needlepoint, 17th century

Cornelis de Vos Dutch/Flemish (c. Self-portrait of the artist with his wife Suzanne Cock and their children (c. oil on canvas х cm The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Catherine The Great, Dutch Golden Age, Hermitage Museum, Art Costume, Dutch Painters, Elizabeth Olsen, Sophia Loren

Self-portrait of the Artist with his Wife Suzanne Cock and their Children, c.1630 - Cornelis de Vos - WikiArt.org

‘Self-portrait of the Artist with his Wife Suzanne Cock and their Children’ was created in c.1630 by Cornelis de Vos in Baroque style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Crewel work on cotton and linen twill ground; stem stitch with long, short and coral stitches and French knots Museum number: 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, English Clothes, Period Outfit, Embroidered Jacket, Victoria And Albert Museum, Couture

Waistcoat | V&A Search the Collections

A woman's waistcoat, 1640s, English; Linen/wool embroidered in red wool crewelwork, with flowers, animals, birds, insects. Museum Number T.124-1938.

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