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Knit Jacket Place of origin: Italy (possibly) England (possibly) Date: 1600-1625 Materials and Techniques:Silk thread, silk thread partially wrapped with silver Museum number: 106-1899

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Knit Jacket Place of origin: Italy (possibly) England (possibly) Date: Materials and Techniques:Silk thread, silk thread partially wrapped with silver Museum number:

Jacket  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made)  Date: 1600-25 (made)

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

17th century informal knitted waistcoat. Italy, ca. 1630-1700. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Waistcoat

A jacket knit of coral pink and silver-gilt silk, 1630s, English or Italian (V & A accession nb: 807-1904).

A jacket knit of coral pink and silver-gilt silk, English or Italian (V & A accession nb:

BRIEF DESCRIPTION  of Sweater violet silk atlas, belonging to Gustavus Adolphus.  NAME  Owner :Gustav II Adolf of Sweden  Dealers :Sebastian Lellij  Manufacturer :Baltzar Dinette  DATING  in 1620  OTHER KEYWORDS  shirt  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY NUMBER  31303 (3351)

Part of the wedding attire of Gustavus Adolphus II, dating to The trim along the suit is lined with fine gold strips.

Small Drawstring Knit Purse, Late 1500s, Augusta Auctions, November 2009 Museum Fashion & Textile Sale, Lot 190

Small drawstring knit purse, late Striped silk knit bands in light green…

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

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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.

Jerkin Late 16th century or early 17th, Italy, Suede leather lined with taffeta and embroidered; padded,  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

It will be a great distinction between the men. Source: late century embroidered leather jerkin, also referred as a jacket,worn over doublets and cut the same length.

Clothing of Friendrich von Stubenberg from 1574 now placed in Johanneum Styrian Regional Museum, Graz,

Burial doublet of Friedrich Graf Stubenberg (Austria, ~ 1574 ~ now in Johanneum Styrian Regional Museum, Graz

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