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16th Century Dresses | Rear of Lady's Jacket | 16th Century clothing, accoutrement and hous ...

16th Century Dresses | Rear of Lady's Jacket | 16th Century clothing, accoutrement and hous ...

Isis' Wardrobe: Informal jackets and waistcoats of the early 17th century

Isis' Wardrobe: Informal jackets and waistcoats of the early 17th century

Jacket Fustian handsewn w/linen thread, embroidered with silver thread and spangles, edged w/silver bobbin lace   English 1630-1640  V Search the Collections

Waistcoat

Jacket Fustian handsewn w/linen thread, embroidered with silver thread and spangles, edged w/silver bobbin lace English 1630-1640 V Search the Collections

embroidered jacket from 1600-1625

Jacket

embroidered jacket from 1600-1625

Dress of Queen Anna Jagelon - 1547, In: Hroby a hrobky našich knížat, králů a prezidentů, Lutovský, Bravermanová, 2007

Dress of Queen Anna Jagelon - 1547, In: Hroby a hrobky našich knížat, králů a prezidentů, Lutovský, Bravermanová, 2007

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

Jacket

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

1600 - 1625, England, silk and linen. This style of woman's informal jacket was not meant to be worn in public. For this reason such garments are never seen in portraits. Its loose-fitting cut would have been particularly comfortable and the jacket may have been worn during pregnancy. This is a rare example of an informal woman's jacket from the early 17th century. It would have been worn over a petticoat and stays, with a linen or lace collar and cuffs and a decorative coif.

Jacket

1600 - 1625, England, silk and linen. This style of woman's informal jacket was not meant to be worn in public. For this reason such garments are never seen in portraits. Its loose-fitting cut would have been particularly comfortable and the jacket may have been worn during pregnancy. This is a rare example of an informal woman's jacket from the early 17th century. It would have been worn over a petticoat and stays, with a linen or lace collar and cuffs and a decorative coif.

Jacket  Place of origin: England, Britain  Date:1630-1639  Materials and Techniques: Linen, linen thread, silver spangles, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered  Museum number:324-1903  Silver spangles (sequins) and drawn-thread and pulled-thread work adorn this woman's linen jacket.

Waistcoat

Jacket Place of origin: England, Britain Date:1630-1639 Materials and Techniques: Linen, linen thread, silver spangles, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered Museum number:324-1903 Silver spangles (sequins) and drawn-thread and pulled-thread work adorn this woman's linen jacket.

This early 17th century woman’s jacket is made of silk, a more luxurious fabric than the linen typically used for such garments. However it is made in a loose, informal style not seen in portraiture. The lining of shag (silk velvet with a long pile) suggests the garment was intended for warmth as well as adornment. It is richly embroidered in silver and silver-gilt thread, purl, strip and spangles. The design of rose, marigold, honeysuckle, pansy and lily flowers in a symmetrical interlacing…

Jacket

This early 17th century woman’s jacket is made of silk, a more luxurious fabric than the linen typically used for such garments. However it is made in a loose, informal style not seen in portraiture. The lining of shag (silk velvet with a long pile) suggests the garment was intended for warmth as well as adornment. It is richly embroidered in silver and silver-gilt thread, purl, strip and spangles. The design of rose, marigold, honeysuckle, pansy and lily flowers in a symmetrical interlacing…

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

Jacket

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1605-1620 Materials and Techniques: Linen striped with silk and silver strip, linen, linen thread, silk ribbon, silver thread-covered buttons Museum number: 188-1900 | V&A

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