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Skirt and Bodice: ca. 1626, with ladies' embroidery of Catherine of Brandenburg, consort of Gábor Bethlen. Transylvania.

Skirt and Bodice: ca. with ladies' embroidery of Catherine of Brandenburg, consort of Gábor Bethlen.

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Brandenburgi Katalin öltözéke - 1626 körül Hungarian National Museum Skirt and bodice with ladies' embroidery of Catherine of Brandenburg, consort of Gábor Bethlen. Transylvania, c.

Bodice and skirt, mid-17th century.

This is the renaissance dress I want! Skirt and bodice from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy, mid c. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

Dress of Katalin Brandenburg, from 1626-29, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Dress of Katalin Brandenburg, consort of Gabor Bethlen, from Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

One-piece silk taffeta dress, ca. 1860s. Strips of green silk taffeta, cut on the bias, trim bodice, sleeves, and hem. Fringe and jet beads on bodice, sleeves, and hem. Bodice lined with cotton and boned; skirt is unlined. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Beautiful big bustle dress calls for an elliptical cage crinoline with a mini bustle cage resting over the elliptical cage. This is super mega drama.

Burial Dress of Margareta Francesca Lobkowicz  c.1617  Czech Republic  Regional Museum in Mikulov

Burial Dress of Margareta Francesca Lobkowicz Czech Republic Regional Museum in Mikulov

Linen petticoat with wool embroidery // Flora and fauna detail on hem // American (colonial Vermont), mid 18th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

American (Vermont) Linen Petticoat with Wool Embroidery Mid Century (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Not Regency, but lovely embroidered border. Looks like this skirt might have flared gores as well as gathers.

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