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DigitaltMuseum - Livstycke

DigitaltMuseum - Livstycke

Livstycke Öland, Sweden

Livstycke Öland, Sweden

Bodice, Köla, Värmland, circa 1790-1810. Fabric c. 1770-1799, Norwich, England.  "Livstycke av s.k. blommerad ylledamast med glättad yta. Av tunt fint, kamgarn, grön botten med rosa blommönster och spetsbandsslingor. Genom extra inslag av grövre ullgarn har man kunnat göra inbroscherade stora blommönster i flera röda och rosa nyanser, turkosgrönt och mörkblått. "

Bodice, Köla, Värmland, circa 1790-1810. Fabric c. 1770-1799, Norwich, England. "Livstycke av s.k. blommerad ylledamast med glättad yta. Av tunt fint, kamgarn, grön botten med rosa blommönster och spetsbandsslingor. Genom extra inslag av grövre ullgarn har man kunnat göra inbroscherade stora blommönster i flera röda och rosa nyanser, turkosgrönt och mörkblått. "

Livstycke @ DigitaltMuseum.se, i blommerad kalmink 1700-tal

My paternal grandfather was born in Halland, Sweden in Bodice from Köinge, Halland, circa fabric made circa in Norwich, England.

DigitaltMuseum - Livstycke

DigitaltMuseum - Livstycke

German jumps, lightly boned

German jumps, lightly boned

DigitaltMuseum - Klänning

DigitaltMuseum - Klänning

pair of 1796 embroidered linen pockets

Pocket Date: 1796 Culture: probably American Medium: linen Dimensions: Length: 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of The New York Historical Society, 1979 Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Livstycke Öland, Sweden.

Livstycke Öland, Sweden.

Muff, ca. 1680–90, French, Silk, painted and embroidered with silk and metallic threads, metallic bobbin lace

France - Muff - Silk, painted and embroidered with silk and metallic threads, metallic bobbin lace

DigitaltMuseum - Livstykke

DigitaltMuseum - Livstykke

17th through 19th century pockets, to be worn underneath a dress or skirt.

Pattern: Patterns of Fashion 1 (c. by Janet Arnold Fabric: printed cotton, plain cotton Haberdasheries: m petersh.

1600s France retcule

velvet bag, embroidered with silver thread, France, century

Muff circa 1799-1820, muffs were often fur or fabric such as silk and lined with fur for warmth. Muffs were hand carried accessories worn over the hand during the colder months for warmth.

Muff circa muffs were often fur or fabric such as silk and lined with fur for warmth. Muffs were hand carried accessories worn over the hand during the colder months for warmth.

Toarps kvinnodräkt.

Toarps kvinnodräkt.

Fabric Patterns of the 18th Century

What fabric patterns can I use for century clothing?

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