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via Fashion Museum, Bath. @Fashion_Museum  Detail shots of one our earliest treasures - embroidered man's nightcap, ca. 1600-1620

via Fashion Museum, Bath. Detail shots of one our earliest treasures - embroidered man's nightcap, ca.

Linen sweet bag with silk embroidery (detail), English, 1600–30  © CSG CIC

Linen sweet bag with silk embroidery (detail), English, </br> © CSG CIC

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.9-1947 (Id:139879)

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.9-1947 (Id:139879)

16th Century pillow -- hawking man on horseback

Century pillow -- hawking man on horseback

Man's Cap, late 16th century

Man's Cap, late 16th century

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

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

15th century piece, showing the padding used (uppermost flower).

century piece, showing the padding used (uppermost flower).

Crewel book cover.

Crewel book cover.

Platt Museum Manchester

and century Coifs

The wedding garments of Lajos IV and Mary of Hungary, dated 1526  Cuff embroidery

The wedding garment of Lajos IV of Hungary, dated 1526 ~ Detail of gold-work embroidery on the sleeve cuff

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Satin Gauntlet embroidered with silk and metallic thread, purl and spangles, trimmed with silk ribbon and silver-gilt bobbin lace…English c. "Fashion in Detail: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century" by Avril Hart and Susan Nor

Smock; English, 1575-1585. In Queen Elizabeth I's New Year's Gifts of 1588-9, this entry is listed: 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth, fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this pictured smock (V&A Museum) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose; the Queen was given many similar blackwork garments

English In the New Year's Gifts of is this entry; 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth,fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this smock (V&A) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose .The Queen was given many similar blackwork garments.

Embroidered jacket with floral pattern. England, early 17th century

textille: “ Detail of jacket, early century, England. Linen, embroidered with silk and metal thread, and spangles.

Very cool! I see a lot of detached buttonhole stitches (the flowers and insect are filled by them), chain stitch outlines, and of course bloody kilometers of plaited braid.

I see a lot of detached buttonhole stitches (the flowers and insect are filled by them), chain stitch outlines, and of course bloody kilometers of plaited braid.

Jacket part.  Place of origin: England, Great Britain/ Date: 1620-1640  Materials and Techniques: Linen embroidered with coloured silk, silver and silver-gilt thread

Jacket part

Place of origin: England, Great Britain/ Date: Materials and Techniques: Linen embroidered with coloured silk, silver and silver-gilt thread

Embroidered Cap Piece    England, Elizabethan Period, late 16th century    Date: late 1500s    Medium: embroidery in silk, gold and silver threads on natural linen ground    Dimensions: Overall - h:16.80 w:38.70 cm (h:6 9/16 w:15 3/16 inches)

Embroidered Cap Piece (Looks like a forehead cloth to me) England, Elizabethan Period, late century Date: late Medium: embroidery in silk, gold and silver threads on natural linen ground Dimensions: Overall - cm inches)

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