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A woman's fine linen smock of the period 1620-1640. Women's smocks were always made with triangular gores in either side and the high neck and long sleeves of this example, trimmed and inset with bobbin lace arranged in a distinctive diagonal pattern, were clearly meant to be seen when the wearer was fully dressed. The lace insertions are of the same design, but two different qualities, one finer than the other. and five different patterns of lace are included.

A woman's fine linen smock of the period 1620-1640. Women's smocks were always made with triangular gores in either side and the high neck and long sleeves of this example, trimmed and inset with bobbin lace arranged in a distinctive diagonal pattern, were clearly meant to be seen when the wearer was fully dressed. The lace insertions are of the same design, but two different qualities, one finer than the other. and five different patterns of lace are included.

Smock | England | 1620-1640

Smock

Smock | England | 1620-1640

Smocks were made of linen and usually undecorated, so that they could be washed. Wealthy women would own several dozens of smocks and wear a clean one each day. Seams were hand-sewn with a very fine needle and fine linen thread. Smock is made from a single length of fine linen. The pieces, sleeves, collars, cuffs, gussets, are cut in rectangular or square shapes. The gores are made from rectangles cut in half diagonally. By constructing the smock this way, not a single scrap of linen was…

Smock

Smocks were made of linen and usually undecorated, so that they could be washed. Wealthy women would own several dozens of smocks and wear a clean one each day. Seams were hand-sewn with a very fine needle and fine linen thread. Smock is made from a single length of fine linen. The pieces, sleeves, collars, cuffs, gussets, are cut in rectangular or square shapes. The gores are made from rectangles cut in half diagonally. By constructing the smock this way, not a single scrap of linen was…

A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as ins...

A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as ins...

A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as insertions on the sleeves, cuffs, collar and upper part of the front. If worn underneath an open-necked gown, the exquisite needlework would have been visible.  1603-10

A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as insertions on the sleeves, cuffs, collar and upper part of the front. If worn underneath an open-necked gown, the exquisite needlework would have been visible. 1603-10

Lined cotton hoejang jeogori (Mumyeongyusamsusamhoejangjeogori). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 217-7. From the tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

Lined cotton hoejang jeogori (Mumyeongyusamsusamhoejangjeogori). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 217-7. From the tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

Baby's coif | V Search the Collections

Baby's coif

Baby's coif | V Search the Collections

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

Stomacher  English, 1730–40  England Note the linen tape that is attached to tie around the waist.

Stomacher English, 1730–40 England Note the linen tape that is attached to tie around the waist.

Linen mass-tunic, dated 1620.  The sleeves have openwork embroidery bands in whitework, with a band of  originally red, silk embroidery between them, and a similar red band around the hem. Arm and neck holes are decorated with narrow red and white bobbin lace in linen and silk. 140cm long. From Torpa Castle's chapel, Västergötland, Sweden. Liljevalchs-katalogen 330.

Linen mass-tunic, dated 1620. The sleeves have openwork embroidery bands in whitework, with a band of originally red, silk embroidery between them, and a similar red band around the hem. Arm and neck holes are decorated with narrow red and white bobbin lace in linen and silk. 140cm long. From Torpa Castle's chapel, Västergötland, Sweden. Liljevalchs-katalogen 330.

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