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Reproduction Hand embroidered Stuart coif

Reproduction Hand embroidered Stuart coif

Coif      Place of origin:      Great Britain, UK (made)     Date:      1600-1625 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Linen, silk thread; hand sewn and hand embroidered

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

Inside Hand & Lock video

Hand & Lock, founded in is the longest-established embroidery workroom in the world. See the new video tour.

Elizabethan Flowers worked in old stitches 001

Elizabethan Flowers worked in old stitches 001

Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist | DRAPING & STITCHING

French Farthingale ~ Danielle Jordan ~ Costume Technologist ~ Materials used include Irish linen, 8 spring steel bones, grosgrain ribbon, buckram covered steel hooping, corset lacing.

Detail showing second layer of pressed paper used to support embroidery. Image Cristina Balloffet Carr.  ca.1600,British. Leather,satin worked with silk and metal thread,seed pearls;satin,couching, and darning stitches;metal bobbin lace;paper. L.12 1/4 x W.6 1/4 inches (31.1 x 15.9 cm) Credit Line:Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness, 1928 (28.220.7, .8)

Medium: Leather, satin worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls; satin, couching, and darning stitches;

Vintage embroidered gloves

Let's bring fancy gloves back, people! Pair of gloves circa 1620 leather and satin worked with silk and metallic threads - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Isis' Wardrobe: 17th century embroidery at the Royal Armoury in Sweden

I have a little treat for you today, at least if you like embroidery. My friend Caroline is an intern at the museum Livrustkammaren right n.

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