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Tapered back panel of an embroidered English bodice, c. Cream linen with silk and gold-colored metallic thread and spangles, polychromatic embroidery with naturalistic motifs.

c1595, English Noblewoman Wearing an Embroidered Bodice and Surviving Elizabethan Embroidered Bodice Piece

English Noblewoman Wearing an Embroidered Bodice, and Surviving Elizabethan Embroidered Bodice Piece, circa

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coif Note: this coif is photographed upside down. The long straight cut at the bottom is really the seam at the top of the head. Note the outward curve just before this seam, this makes a nice round extension over the forehead.

Iranian - 14th centjury - Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah Museum

Woman's dress of woven white cotton cloth embroidered with brown thread in motifs of floral scrolls, birds and calligraphy Eastern Iranian world, century century AD 130 cm long; 47 cm wide at waist Inv.

17th century jacket and accessories.

Waistcoat

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:

Embroidered Strip  Italy, 16th century    Date: 1500s    Medium: embroidery; silk on linen    Dimensions: Overall - h:7.60 w:35.60 cm (h:2 15/16 w:14 inches)    Department: Textiles    Type of art work: Embroidery

Embroidered Strip Italy, century Date: Medium: embroidery; silk on linen Dimensions: Overall - cm inches) Department: Textiles Type of art work: Embroidery

Doublet embroidered in silver and linen  16th century England  Ultra-simple design, embroidered in chain and seed (speckle?) stitches

Bodice ~ century ~ Linen, plain weave ~ embroidered with silk, silvered-metal-strip-wrapped fiber, and linen in chain and seed stitches ~ Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacket  Place of origin:England, Great Britain (made)Date:1600-25 (made)Artist/Maker:Unknown (production)Materials and Techniques:Linen, embroidered with silk and metal thread, and spangles

Jacket

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

Muff place: Italian Date: 1575–1600 Dimensions: 16.5 x 18.8 x 9.5 cm (6 1/2 x 7 3/8 x 3.75 in.) Medium or Technique: Silk; velvet with gilt metal embroidery and plain weave silk and cotton wading  Museum: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession Number: 43.1827

Muff place: Italian Date: Dimensions: x x cm x 7 x in.) Medium or Technique: Silk; velvet with gilt metal embroidery and plain weave silk and cotton wading Museum: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession Number:

From the Blackwork Guild, an excellent collection of extant period blackwork and polychrome embroidered garments (smocks, coifs, jackets, etc).

From the Blackwork Guild, an excellent collection of extant period blackwork and polychrome embroidered garments (smocks, coifs, jackets, etc).

Date:     late 16th or early 17th century Culture:     British Medium:     Silk and metal thread on linen Dimensions:     L. 21 3/4 x W. 7 1/4 inches (55.2 x 18.4 cm)

Embroidered sleeve pieces Date: late or early century Culture: British Medium: Silk and metal thread on linen Dimensions: L. 7 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1935 Accession Number:

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