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gold and light blue knitted jacket, c. 1600, at Museum fur Angewandte Kunst

gold and light blue knitted jacket, c. at Museum fur Angewandte Kunst

A woman's loose linen jacket (probably worn during pregnancy)  ca 1590-1630, English. Embroidered with silk, silver, and silver gilt threads in a circular vine motifs with flowers and fruit. The embroidery pattern is very similar to the famous extant Layton jacket (for which there is a 17th c. painting of Lady Layton wearing the actual garment) but this jacket made from a single layer of linen and there are no cuffs. The Layton jacket is better constructed and more fitted..

Through the Keyhole: A Peek into a 17th Century Lady’s Wardrobe

Linen jacket embroidered with silk, silver, and silver gilt thread, English, Embroidered jackets were popular items of dress for women in the early century.

Working class Tudor dress. Don't see many of these. Interestingly different from what was high fashion at the time.

NOT "Tudor attire," not English, but rather from the Netherlands: of a Woman, Artist: Adriaen van Cronenburg Prado Museum. Part of a series of 5 set in the same place--one now missing.

klompschoen, Anoniem, 1600 - 1700 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

klompschoen, Anoniem, 1600 - 1700 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Jacket    Place of origin:  England, Britain (made)    Date:  1600-1625 (made)    Artist/Maker:  Unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Ivory silk embroidered with coloured silk thread, silver and silver-gilt thread and spangles, lined with silk shag    Museum number:  173-1869    Gallery location:  In Storage

Jacket

Britain, Silk embroidered with colored silk thread, silver and silver gilt thread and spanges, lined with silk shag. From the Victoria and Albert Museum:

Silk and linen blackwork nightcap, English, 1600–20; Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museums; 29.132.

Silk and linen blackwork nightcap, English, Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museums;

V   Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made)    Date:  17th century (made)    Artist/Maker:  unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Hand knitted cotton    Credit Line:  Given by Joan D. Parkes    Museum number:  T.30-1932

Jacket

V Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Hand knitted cotton Credit Line: Given by Joan D.

Stuart Jacket   This jacket dates from between 1600 - 1625 and was made in England. It is made of linen and is embroidered with silk and metal thread. The pattern consists of mostly flowers such as honeysuckle, irises, red and white roses and lilies, but also contains butterflies, caterpillars and birds. This kind of jacket would likely be worn by a woman of the court, although it is of a more informal style.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, embroidered with silk and metal thread, and spangles Victoria & Albert museum

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