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

Cover

Scrolling stems with animals, birds, plants etc.

Embroidered bed curtain. 1670-1700. cotton / linen embroidered with wool thread. 193 x 188 cm. (40.88a-f)

Embroidered bed curtain Geography:Possibly made in United States; Possibly made in England Culture:British Medium:Cotton/linen embroidered with wool thread Accession

Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. Elizabethan. English embroidery by A. F. Kendrick. Published 1913 http://archive.org/stream/englishembroider00kendrich#page/n9/mode/2up

margadirube: heaveninawildflower: Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. English embroidery by A.

1639 England. Embroidered book cover for Holy Bible.   The British Library - Database of Bookbindings - Full Image

Embroidered book cover for Holy Bible. The British Library - Database of Bookbindings - Full Image

, 17th century CE, Embroidery, English, Fashion, Jacket, Linen, Owl, Peacock, Silk

, 17th century CE, Embroidery, English, Fashion, Jacket, Linen, Owl, Peacock, Silk

vintageindia:    Hanging - cotton, embroidered with silk. From Gujarat, 1600’s.

cotton embroidered with silk, flora & fauna - From Gujarat, India (petit cabinet de curiosites)

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tent stitch and raised embroidery in silks and metallic threads on a blue ground. Spot sampler featuring numerous figures, wild animals and birds, trees and buildings.

Smock; English, 1575-1585. In Queen Elizabeth I's New Year's Gifts of 1588-9, this entry is listed: 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth, fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this pictured smock (V&A Museum) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose; the Queen was given many similar blackwork garments

English In the New Year's Gifts of is this entry; 'one smock of fyne Holland cloth,fair wrought with black silk'. The embroidery on this smock (V&A) includes an eglantine rose and a Tudor rose .The Queen was given many similar blackwork garments.

Curtain, English, unknown maker. Linen and cotton twill, embroidered with crewel wool, 1660-1700.   (V)

Curtain

Crewel work from the Victoria and Albert Museum collection: Curtain; English, linen and cotton twill, embroidered with crewel wool

Panel of blackwork, British, 1580-1620 linen worked with silk thread, buttonhole, cross, outline and herringbone stitches 17.25"x21"

Panel of blackwork British, linen worked with silk thread, buttonhole, cross, outline and herringbone stitches H x 21 Met museum of art

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 (dated) Origin: Europe Great Britain England 27 x 18 inches Twill-woven linen warp-cotton weft in ground;

RISD Museum: Unknown artist, English. Man’s nightcap, ca. 1580. Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, metallic thread, and metal sequins, and trimmed with metallic-thread lace. 25.4 cm (10 inches) (height). Helen M. Danforth Acquisition Fund 1987.042

Man’s nightcap English, ca. 1580 Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, metallic thread, and metal sequins, and trimmed with metallic-thread lace

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