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Reproduction of the 'Stars and Clouds' jacket from the Bath Museum. Awesome!

Reproduction of the 'Stars and Clouds' jacket from the Bath Museum. Awesome!

This jacket does not have a collar at the back, although some jackets did at the time. The collar was used to help prop up a ruff.

This jacket does not have a collar at the back, although some jackets did at the time. The collar was used to help prop up a ruff.

Bath Museum Of Costume | Tudor / elizabethan jacket; late 16th cent.; bath museum of fashion

Bath Museum Of Costume | Tudor / elizabethan jacket; late 16th cent.; bath museum of fashion

Tailor's - Catany, Dress of Marie de Medici, part 2. Clock through for more pictures, including the under layers.

Tailor's - Catany, Dress of Marie de Medici, part 2. Clock through for more pictures, including the under layers.

elizabethan jacket; bath museum of fashion; late 16th cent.

elizabethan jacket; bath museum of fashion; late 16th cent.

WastedWeeds: Blue Waistcoat (v2.0) "Sunday Best"

WastedWeeds: Blue Waistcoat (v2.0) "Sunday Best"

elizabethan jacket; bath museum of fashion; late 16th cent.; plain linen gusset

elizabethan jacket; bath museum of fashion; late 16th cent.; plain linen gusset

This costume was loosely based on the protrait of Elizabeth Buxton c1590 at Norwich museum and made for JMD at Hampton Court Palace as part of the events in 2003 to commemorate the death of Elizabeth I in 1603. The gown is made in blue silk damask worn over a petticoat of rose coloured silk taffeta.The stomacher and revers were embroidered using a freehand machine technique. They were then further embellished with spangles. Both both hand and machine embroidery was used in this project.

This costume was loosely based on the protrait of Elizabeth Buxton c1590 at Norwich museum and made for JMD at Hampton Court Palace as part of the events in 2003 to commemorate the death of Elizabeth I in 1603. The gown is made in blue silk damask worn over a petticoat of rose coloured silk taffeta.The stomacher and revers were embroidered using a freehand machine technique. They were then further embellished with spangles. Both both hand and machine embroidery was used in this project.

spangled lace and embroidery from the 17th century - Popular in 17th, 18th, 19th, may go back into period, but the common varieties are likely to be more coinlike. Arabic sikka and Venician zecchino were very small coins from the 13th century. Even in the 17th century, people were sewing valuable metal disks and coins to their clothing.  Faceted sequins were a 20th century development.

A History of Sequins from King Tut to the King of Pop

spangled lace and embroidery from the 17th century - Popular in 17th, 18th, 19th, may go back into period, but the common varieties are likely to be more coinlike. Arabic sikka and Venician zecchino were very small coins from the 13th century. Even in the 17th century, people were sewing valuable metal disks and coins to their clothing. Faceted sequins were a 20th century development.

Victorian dress with apron.  Black and white plaid with black trims.  Made with Simplicity pattern 3723.  Circa 1860-65.  Civil war costume.

Victorian dress with apron. Black and white plaid with black trims. Made with Simplicity pattern 3723. Circa 1860-65. Civil war costume.

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