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The Alcega Project: Project #10. F1.6 - "Women's silk skirt and bodice with full-length pointed sleeves"

The Alcega Project: Project #10. F1.6 - "Women's silk skirt and bodice with full-length pointed sleeves"

Elizabethan man's shirt, dated around 1580 - 1590. Jacobean woman's shift, dated around 1610. Rare undergarments, made of linen and embroidered with fine black needlework depicting natural and geometric patterns. Undershirts were principle pieces of the Elizabethan and Jacobean era, providing a washable, breathable layer beneath heavy doublets and kirtles. (Fashion Museum in Bath, England. Forgeng, Jeffrey. Daily Life in Elizabethan England. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO LLC, 2010.)

Elizabethan man's shirt, dated around 1580 - 1590. Jacobean woman's shift, dated around 1610. Rare undergarments, made of linen and embroidered with fine black needlework depicting natural and geometric patterns. Undershirts were principle pieces of the Elizabethan and Jacobean era, providing a washable, breathable layer beneath heavy doublets and kirtles. (Fashion Museum in Bath, England. Forgeng, Jeffrey. Daily Life in Elizabethan England. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO LLC, 2010.)

An Edwardian cream satin court dress, with lace bodice insert and sleeves and flouncing to skirt, fully decorated with thread work flowerheads and foliate sprays, accompanied by a plume of feathers headdress with tulle veil. Mallams Auctioneers, via the saleroom (link: https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/mallams-ltd-oxford/catalogue-id-srmalla10045/lot-285efbfa-90ad-4eee-8b3f-a5ad01119c3a).

An Edwardian cream satin court dress, with lace bodice insert and sleeves and flouncing to skirt, fully decorated with thread work flowerheads and foliate sprays, accompanied by a plume of feathers headdress with tulle veil. Mallams Auctioneers, via the saleroom (link: https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/mallams-ltd-oxford/catalogue-id-srmalla10045/lot-285efbfa-90ad-4eee-8b3f-a5ad01119c3a).

Ceremonial Court Dress, by N.P. Lamanova's Workshop, Moscow, late 19th to early 20th century, at the State Hermitage Museum

Ceremonial Court Dress, by N.P. Lamanova's Workshop, Moscow, late 19th to early 20th century, at the State Hermitage Museum

Court gown and train, by Redfern, 1907, at the FIDM Museum. Worn by Ann Bloomfield Gamble Post for her presentation to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.

Court gown and train, by Redfern, 1907, at the FIDM Museum. Worn by Ann Bloomfield Gamble Post for her presentation to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.

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