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Strawberry | | V 1600's Slip of embroidered canvas in silks in shades of green, yellow, red, pink, white, brown, beige and black in tent and cross stitches. The ground is unworked. The edges are turned and hemmed with brown linen thread. The slip depicts a curved and branching strawberry plant bearing fruit and flowers and two stylised roots.

Strawberry (Slip)

Slip - Dog Rose - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

Stomacher

Stomacher

Stomacher, (made). Linen, embroidered with coloured silks and silver-gilt thread & spangles.

Slip (Mulberry) c. 1590-1600 They were apparently written by Anne Sydney, daughter of Sir William Sydney of Penshurst, Kent, who married Sir William Fitzwilliam (1526-1599). They seem to indicate that the slips were worked to commission, but almost certainly by household servants, Mrs Fisher and Mrs Lyell, rather than in a workshop.

Mulberry (Slip)

Cover | V England 1600-1629. Silk, silver and silver-gilt thread embroidered on a linen ground.

Cover

Cover I England I I Silk, silver and silver-gilt thread embroidered on a linen ground

Undershirt (detail),  c.16th century ~ Italian ~ linen, silk and metal thread ~ Marking: [stamp] "Donne San Teodoro" ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Undershirt Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: linen, silk and metal thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 in.

Cover | V England 1600-1629. Silk, silver and silver-gilt thread embroidered on a linen ground.

Cover

Cover | V England 1600-1629. Silk, silver and silver-gilt thread embroidered on a linen ground.

Workbag, crewel embroidery 1675 (dated) Origin: Europe, Great Britain, England 27 x 18 inches Twill-woven linen warp-cotton weft in ground; crewel wool embroidery; linen sewing threads; cotton repair threads Acc. No. 2009-12 http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/2536/155/title-asc?t:state:flow=cab6c926-5f17-4cbc-94d5-5b3b99200ae0

Workbag ~ crewel embroidery ~ 1675 ~ Europe, Great Britain, England ~ Twill-woven linen warp-cotton weft in ground;

Spot sampler [English] (64.101.1328) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spot sampler, century English Linen canvas worked with silk and metal thread; stitches include tent, cross, back, plaited braid.

A fine English silk and metal-thread needlework picture depicting Charles II and Catherine of Braganza circa 1665 | Sotheby's

A fine English silk and metal-thread needlework picture depicting Charles II and Catherine of Braganza circa 1665

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