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    Embroidered Baroque (1620) doublet; a male version of the more common woman's Jacobean jacket. I am shaking my head at the quintessential Baroque wackiness of this thing--it's fantastic!

    Elizabethian costume made in 2012 for Alexander Cole. Took 450-500 to complete Patterns: All self designed off of Renaissance Paintings and Wood Prints (including the fabulous hat!) It included - Striped and Beaded Doublet - Striped and Beaded Pansied Slops - Striped and Beaded Canions - Hose - Cloth Rose Garters and Accents - Spanish Renaissance Hat with Macaw Feathers - Striped, Beaded and Appliqued Double Sided Cape

    Woman’s Jacket 1620

    Tudor Doublet

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    Woman’s Jacket 1620

    1860 boudoir jacket back

    Renaissance Doublet

    Linen jacket embroidered with silk, silver, and silver gilt thread, English, 1600-1625. Embroidered jackets were popular items of dress for women in the early 17th century. This very simple unlined example represents an informal style. Unlike more fitted versions, this loose, unshaped jacket may have been worn during pregnancy. A repeating pattern of curving scrolls covers the linen from which spring pea pods, oak leaves, acorns, borage, strawberries and honeysuckle embroidered in coloured si...

    Margaret Layton and her embroidered jacket 1600 @ Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries

    1620 Doublet

    Linen jacket embroidered with silk and silver, 1600-1625

    Spectacular embroidered Jacobean jacket at the Met

    Embroidered Linen Jacket with Silk Trim (back view) - c 1600-1625

    c1610, Survivng English Embroidered Lady's Jacket, Coif and Forehead Piece

    Linen jacket embroidered with silk, 1620-1625

    Woman's close-fitting long sleeved jacket, with centre-front fastening and a round neck, embroidered with fine black wool in a pattern of barberries. Production Date: 1610-1620 ID no: 59.77a Museum of London

    Linen jacket embrodered with black wool, dated 1610-1620 and  skirt in fustian dated 1621-1640.

    Woman's close-fitting long sleeved jacket, with centre-front fastening and a round neck, embroidered with fine black wool in a pattern of barberries. Production Date: 1610-1620 ID no: 59.77a Museum of London

    Doublet