Beautiful reproduction - French farthingale of Irish linen with grosgrain ribbon by Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist | DRAPING STITCHING

French farthingale reproduction of Irish linen with grosgrain ribbon by Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist

Margaret Laton portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, early 17th c. With original bodice.

century embroidered jacket and painting ~ Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003 (textile shown in a painting still exist, the jacket was made in the sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger)

1600

Doublet Date: 1600 Culture: European, Eastern Medium: silk Dimensions: Height: 22 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Bashford Dean, 1923 Accession Number:

Detail

Points pour l'oeillet - Detail from the Plimoth Plantation historic jacket reproduction, needlework by Tricia Wilson Nguyen.

Bodice, Queen Christina, age 2.  Christina of Sweden (1626-1689)  Sara Larsdotter Stiernflycht  1628, Royal Armoury  9378 (4322)

A child’s bodice, which was most likely worn by the future Queen Christina at about age Owner : Sara Larsdotter Stiernflycht. Collection of The Royal Armoury

elizabethan gauntlett mittens. Crimson silk velvet worked in satin and split stitch with sequins, gilt thread and silk floss dyed in 12 different colours. England Circa 1600

Crimson silk velvet worked in satin and split stitch with sequins, gilt thread and silk floss dyed in 12 different colours. England Circa 1600 notice the split -- these are fingerless gloves underneath.

Coif and forehead cloth | V&A Search the Collections

Coif and forehead cloth

Great Britain - Coif and forehead cloth - Linen, silk thread, silver-gilt thread and spangles; hand-sewn and hand-embroidered

Skirt  A rare woman's skirt made from fustian, a mix of linen and cotton, and embroidered with large floral patterns.  1621-1640  ID no:  59.77b  Museum of London  Detail

skirt made from fustian, a mix of linen and cotton, and embroidered with large floral patterns. ID no: Museum of London Detail

Jewellery detail of Lady Elizabeth Pope, by Robert Peake, circa 1615

Pearl Jewelry: Jewelry detail of Lady Elizabeth Pope, by Robert Peake, circa 1615

Linen jacket embrodered with black wool, dated 1610-1620 and  skirt in fustian dated 1621-1640.

Isis' Wardrobe: Informal jackets and waistcoats of the early century: Linen jacket embrodered with black wool, dated and skirt in fustian dated

spangled lace and embroidery from the 17th century - Popular in 17th, 18th, 19th, may go back into period, but the common varieties are likely to be more coinlike. Arabic sikka and Venician zecchino were very small coins from the 13th century. Even in the 17th century, people were sewing valuable metal disks and coins to their clothing.  Faceted sequins were a 20th century development.

A History of Sequins from King Tut to the King of Pop

Plimoth Plantation recreated an early century embroidered jacket with truly spectacular results. Here's a picture of the finished project, and you can read all about the incredible endeavor here.

ca. 1605-1610 Lady Arabella Stuart by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Norton Simon Museum - Pasadena, California USA)

Lady Arabella Stuart by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Norton Simon Museum - Pasadena, California USA)-and no, i'm not planning on a period gown like this; but it is a period spiderweb lace overskirt!

ENGLISH SCHOOL, EARLY 17TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A GIRL

English School, Portrait of a Girl holding a Rose, early century, Sotheby's

Portrait of a lady thought to be Vere Egerton, Mrs William Booth, attributed to Robert Peake (1541-1619).

Portrait of a lady returns to Dunham

Portrait of a lady thought to be Vere Egerton, Mrs William Booth, attributed to Robert Peake Acquired with the assistance of the Art Fund.

17th century jacket and accessories.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Crewel work on cotton and linen twill ground; stem stitch with long, short and coral stitches and French knots Museum number:

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