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Imatex - another imperial yellow jacket, with sabot cuffs, typical trims and cut for 1770s.

Imatex - polonaise jacket, This one is much more fitted and complex than the example above

18th century silk garments are often lined with linen. The lining can be striped, checked, printed or plain. Compared to the silk fabric the linen gives a rather rough impression. Caraco, outer fabric silk, around 1750, striped linen lining, silk ribbons, cut 1770-80s,

Lining century silk garments are often lined with linen. The lining can be striped, checked, printed or plain. Compared to the silk fabric the linen gives a rather rough impression.

Tröja, klänningsliv, som med största sannolikhet burits av drottning Kristina vid ca 2 års ålder.Namn   Ägare: Kristina av Sverige (1626-1689)  Ägare: Sara Larsdotter Stiernflycht  Datering  1628 cirkaÖvriga Nyckelord  tröjaSamling  LivrustkammarenInventarienummer  9378 (4322)

Courtesy of The Royal Armoury. Queen Christinas (Kristinas) pink silk bodice, worn when she was only two years old and preserved within the Stiernflycht family for several generations.

Caraco, late 18th century, fabric: c. 1750. Yellow Chinese silk brocaded with exotic flowers in multicoloured silks.

Pierrot jacket: jacket late century, silk ca. Chinese Silk, sleeves lined with printed cotton.

1760-1790, Jacket - Silk damask, cream ground with design of floral sprays. Narrow stripes of green and blue warp. Silk late 1750's? Lined throughout unbleached loose-woven cotton. Hip length. Low, round neck, centre front opening. Front cut plain. Gusset in skirt at side seam. Back shaped with 4 panels. Box pleated gusset centre back to give a wide flare to skirt. Sleeves set in, wide, elbow length with deep wide cuff. Sleeves in earlier fashion. shown in J. A. and N.B., Inv. no. 1348744

Jacket National Trust Inventory Number 1348744 Category Costume Date 1760 - 1790 Materials Cotton, Silk damask Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

This silk jacket shows many of the sewing techniques mastered by tailors in the 1700th c. The silk was probably made in Sweden c. 1750 but the cut is from the 1780s. Jacket, silk damask, linen, 1780s, KM 14.561. Photo Viveca Ohlsson, Kulturen|

This silk jacket shows many of the sewing techniques mastered by tailors in the c. The silk was probably made in Sweden c. 1750 but the cut is from the Jacket, silk damask, linen, KM Photo Viveca Ohlsson, Kulturen

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