A woman’s fine linen smock of the early century is trimmed and inset with bobbin lace arranged in a distinctive diagonal pattern. The lace insertions are of the same design, but two different qualities, one finer than the other.
What gorgeous detail work: Anyone here applying trapunto work to their corsets? Corset Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1825 - 1835 (made) Materials and Techniques: Cotton, silk thread, trapunto work
Flemish baby’s coif Linen with cutwork. The technique of cutwork was the creation of a delicate structure of needle lace stitches across the spaces cut in a fine linen ground. via the Victoria & Albert, London
French gown, ensemble of faun velvet lavishly tambour embroidered in rose blossom pattern, gold beadwork on cloth of gold collar bodice appliques, matching bonnet w/ lining stamped in gold "A. Honore Paris" From upcoming
Open robe National Trust Inventory Number 1348729 Category Costume Date 1770 Materials Glazed cotton, Linen, Silk, Wool Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)