Explore Embroidered Silk, 17th Century Clothing, and more!

Silk coif, hand-embroidered with polychrome silk and metallic floss, c.1680-1720.

Silk coif, hand-embroidered with polychrome silk and metallic floss, embroidered coif

Elizabethan Polychrome Nightcap c.1600. Has a very unique design and many different colors

uk - Man's embroidered nightcap, linen with coloured silk, spangles, silver-gilt thread and bobbin lace.

Coiffe: early 17th century, English, "embroidered in blackwork with gilt embellishments with peascods."

Coiffe: early century, English, "embroidered in blackwork with gilt embellishments with peascods.

elizabethan jacket; late 16th cent.; colored silk on linen; bath museum of fashion

Bath Museum of Fashion Late coloured-silk-embroidered linen jacket. Front (c) Fashion Museum, Bath & NE Somerset

Coif: 1600-1625, English, linen, silk thread. "This coif is a fine example of blackwork, a style of needlework popular in England in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. It was worked with a single colour of silk, usually black, but also blue, green or, as in this coif, red on linen. Like other embroidered dress accessories, the needlework on this coif is highlighted with silver-gilt spangles..."

Coif

Coif Place of origin: Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, silk thread; hand sewn and hand embroidered V&A Museum number: Gallery Location: In Storage

Historical Hand Embroidery Design Mid-18th century Pocket

England Woman’s Pockets, century Costume/clothing accessory/waistwear, Silk, linen, 14 x 8 in. x cm) Gift of Dr. Alessandro Morandotti Costume and Textiles Department.

Silk ball 18th century, France

love this- would be great w patterns + beading- Silk ball century, France

Headdress Coif The Met - Late 16th.C. or early 17th.C. British, made of linen silk and metal thread.

Headdress Date: late century or early century Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 9 in. cm) Width: 17 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1936 Accession Number: Met Museum of Art.

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).

Woman's coif made in England late16C - 17C @ MFA Boston.  Linen with silk and metallic thread embroidery

Woman's coif English ~ late century ~ England ~ Linen plain weave embroidered with silk and metallic thread ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Embroidered game bag: silk, silver, and gold on velvet  (Dresden 1609)

Embroidered Bag ~ ~ Silk velvet embroidered with silver, freshwater pearls and embroidery

England Coif, 16th century Linen, plain weave; embroidered with silk, silvered-metal-strip-wrapped fiber, and linen in chain and seed stitches 19.2 x 37 cm (7 1/2 x 14 5/8 in.)

Coif embroidered with silver passing and linen thread century English Ultra-simple pattern, impossible to determine stitches in this photo

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