1620 ca. Unlike most surviving early jackets, decoration here is unusually simple as linen is unadorned apart from very fine piping of seams. Weft of silver thread in the weave is the only touch of luxury.
1605 - 1620 English Jacket made of Linen striped with Silk & Silver Strip, Linen, Linen Thread, Silk Ribbon, & Silver Thread-covered Buttons
Jacket Place of origin: England, Britain Materials and Techniques: Linen, linen thread, silver spangles, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered Museum Silver spangles (sequins) and drawn-thread and pulled-thread work adorn this woman's linen jacket.
Henry the style
The famous Layton jacket. Linen, embroidered with silk and silver, c.
Halloween Thrifting Challenge: Early Stuart Era (1603-1625)
The Maidstone Jacket, early century. In the Maidstone Museum & Art Gallery.
1615 made for Elector Johann Georg 1 of Saxony The original ensemble included two additional green & white/silver doublets, a pair of leather stockings, two pairs of silk stockings, a pair of leather gloves and a leather sword belt
Jacket Date: ca. 1616 Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metal Dimensions: L…
Doublet Great Britain, Uk (made) Italy (woven) (made) Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silver-gilt silk tissue, trimmed with silver-gilt bobbin lace, lined with silk taffeta and reinforced with linen, hand-sewn with silk and linen thread
Dress of queen Anna Jagelon burial dress of Czech queen velvet robe, cloth chemise, Prague, In: Hroby a hrobky našich knížat, králů.