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view 2011en2386 jpg s Unknown T&F Given bv Miss F. G. Waugh 1846-12-31 1846-01-01 1846 (made) Fashion, room 40 480 2014-08-29T19:20:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:28.000Z 54.313919 Fashion, room 40, case CA4, shelf FIG2 -2.23218 Handwritten in ink with 'J. Waugh No 7 1846' on lower left side of front panel. linen Linen T.104-1934 t1041934 O110106 Shirt 1 Great Britain 2011EN2386 Men's shirts subtly changed in shape throughout the 1800s. This is typical of 1840s fashions with... 3 VA shirt-unknown 2013-11-11T00:00:00.000Z 1846 1846 view
view 2011en2388 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by Miss P. Canton 1851-12-31 1851-01-01 1851 (made) Linen chemise, possibly made in Great Britain, 1851 Length: 45 in 537 2014-08-29T19:20:47.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:47.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 'M. J. Sanderson 3' linen, muslin Linen, and muslin frill T.148-1961 t1481961 O110102 Chemise Linen chemise with a straight cut back and front, but the side pieces flare slightly from the... Great Britain 2011EN2388 Women wore chemises next to the skin to protect the outer layers of clothing. The name comes from... 3 chemise-unknown 2013-12-10T00:00:00.000Z 1851 1851 view
view 2010eb2446 jpg s Unknown Robertshaw, Wilfrid. <u>An Early Local Portrait.</u> Bradfor:d: "The Bradford Antiquary", New... T&F Acquired with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, The Art Fund and contributors to the Margaret Laton Fund 1615-12-31 1610-01-01 1610-1615 (made) 1620 (altered) waistcoat, linen, embroidered with coloured silks, silver and silver-gilt thread, made... Length: 51 cm back of neck to waist, Width: 60 cm display, Circumference: 79.5 cm chest, Height: 63 cm max when mounted on torso, Width: 67 cm max when mounted on torso, Depth: 40 cm max when mounted on torso betoverend steekspel (Boymans-van Bouningen Museum 01/01/1963-31/12/1964) [No title] (Lansdowne House 01/01/1929-31/12/1929) This waistcoat is a fine example of the type of garment worn for formal day wear for Englishwomen... This waiscoat was owned and worn by Margaret Layton (probably born about 1590, died 1641), wife... 637 British Galleries: This jacket is an example of formal daywear worn by wealthy Englishwomen in... 2014-08-29T19:21:18.000Z 2014-08-29T19:21:18.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 silk, linen, silk thread, spangle, linen thread, silver-gilt thread Linen, embroidered with coloured silks, silver and silver-gilt thread, lined with silk T.228-1994 t2281994 O11095 Jacket A woman's waistcoat with long, close-fitting sleeves, narrow shoulder wings, semi-circular cuffs... England 2010EB2446 Unique Object Type This fine early 17th-century woman's waistcoat is particularly significant because it... 3 jacket-unknown 2014-02-24T00:00:00.000Z embroidery, hand sewing, bobbin lace making 1615 1610 view
view Guild, Shirin T&F Given by Shirin Guild unknown (made) Trousers, f, purple linen, Shirin Guild, Britain, date unknown Circumference: 66 cm waist, Length: 93 cm 920 2014-08-29T19:22:46.000Z 2014-08-29T19:22:46.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 'Shirin Guild' 'S' '100% linen' 'dry clean only / made in U.K.' linen Linen T.892-2000 t8922000 O68367 Trousers Loose purple linen trousers with wide legs. Waist closes with two horizontal buttons, evoking a... Great Britain 2 trousers-guild-shirin 2014-08-15T00:00:00.000Z view
view Unknown Illustrated in 'Ottoman Embroidery' by Marianne Ellis and Jennifer Wearden (V&A Publications,... T&F 1799-12-31 1700-01-01 1700-1799 (made) 2920 2014-08-29T19:29:40.000Z 2014-08-29T19:29:40.000Z 38.9585 In Storage 35.4492 linen, silk thread Linen, embroidered with silk in double running in steps and in diagonal lines, double running in a line, and satin and fishbone stitch border 95A-1897 95a1897 O77285 Part of a cover Linen embroidered with silk in double running in steps and in diagonal lines, double running in a... Turkey From about the 1720s onwards Ottoman embroidery stopped copying woven designs and became a truly... 3 part-of-a-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Weaving, embroidering 1799 1700 view
view 2006al2219 jpg s Unknown T&F 1640-12-31 1630-01-01 1630-1640 (made) Man's lace collar, Linen edged with bobbin lace, with tassels of knotted linen thread, Honiton,... Height: 34 cm, Width: 59.7 cm British Galleries, room 56e 5909 British Galleries: Wide, lace-edged collars came into fashion in the late 1620s. They were called... 2014-08-29T19:38:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:00.000Z 50.797386 British Galleries, room 56e, case 9 -3.196906 Linen, edged with bobbin lace, with tassels of knotted linen thread 1126-1903 11261903 O77374 Collar 1 Honiton 2006AL2219 Object Type Lacemaking developed in England during the 16th century in response to the growth in... 3 va collar-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1640 1630 view
view 2006am7750 jpg s Unknown T&F 1555-12-31 1535-01-01 1535-1555 (made) Fragment from an altar frontal Height: 68.5 cm, Width: 63.5 cm British Galleries, room 58b Made for the Neville family, perhaps for Lady Catherine Stafford (died, 1555), wife of Ralph... 7817 British Galleries: This image of St Catherine came from a set of church furnishings made for the... 2014-08-29T19:44:20.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:20.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Linen, embroidered with silver-gilt and silk thread in split, brick and satin stitches, couched work and some raised work, applied to modern velvet 36-1888 361888 O77565 Panel 1 England 2006AM7750 Object Type This piece of embroidery is a fragment of an altar frontal, a rectangular hanging... 3 VA panel-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1555 1535 view
view 2006am5195 jpg s Unknown T&F 1560-12-31 1530-01-01 1530-1560 (made) Height: 10.9 cm, Width: 69.8 cm British Galleries, room 58e 8213 British Galleries: Imported bands of decoration were sewn into small, precious items of household... 2014-08-29T19:45:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:44.000Z 42.502998 British Galleries, room 58e, case 1 12.57341 Linen, with the pattern woven in silk double weave 499-1884 4991884 O77639 Woven band 1 Italy 2006AM5195 Object Type Linens with woven or embroidered decoration were owned in large quantities by wealthy... 3 VA woven-band-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1560 1530 view
view 2006am7167 jpg s Unknown T&F 1604-12-31 1595-01-01 ca. 1600 (made) Height: 177 cm, Width: 303 cm, Weight: 8.5 kg The central scene is taken partly from an engraving by Philip Galle, Antwerp, 1578; see British... 9556 British Galleries: The central scene of this hanging shows Lucretia's Banquet. In legends... 2014-08-29T19:51:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:32.000Z 46.712448 In Storage 1.71832 Linen, embroidered with coloured wools and silks in tent stitch T.125-1913 t1251913 O78738 Hanging France 2006AM7167 Object Type This piece belongs to a group of embroidered hangings, covers and valances which were... 3 hanging-unknown 2014-08-01T00:00:00.000Z 1604 1595 view
view 2006am8900 jpg s Unknown T&F 1670-12-31 1660-01-01 1660-1670 (made) Pair of stockings, M, English, 1590-1615, woven linen, embroidered Height: 93 cm hem to heel, Length: 25.4 cm foot, Width: 28 cm top British Galleries, room 54b Made in England 9557 British Galleries: Stockings made from wool or linen, cut on the bias (diagonally to the weave)... 2014-08-29T19:51:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:32.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 54b, case 2 -1.97685 Linen, embroidered with silk T.126&A-1938 t1261938 O78739 Pair of stockings 1 England 2006AM8900 Object Type Before the introduction of knitting to England in the 15th century, all hose were... 3 VA pair-of-stockings-unknown 2014-06-16T00:00:00.000Z 1670 1660 view
view 2006am3327 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by Mrs Michael Waterhouse 1680-12-31 1640-01-01 1640-1680 (made) Sampler of linen embroidered with linen and silk threads, cutwork and applied needlepoint lace,... Height: 92.5 cm, Width: 25.2 cm, Height: 36.5 in, Width: 9.5 in British Galleries, room 56d 9576 British Galleries: Samplers were embroidered by young girls as a needlework exercise. They tended... 2014-08-29T19:51:39.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:39.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56d, case 6, shelf DR1 -1.97685 Linen, embroidered with linen and silk threads, cutwork and applied needlepoint lace T.171-1961 t1711961 O78762 Sampler 1 Sampler of unbleached linen embroidered with linen and silk threads, cutwork and applied... England 2006AM3327 Object Type Samplers like this were exercises in embroidery and needle lace stitches and... 3 VA sampler-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1680 1640 view
view 2006af9719 jpg s Unknown Tiramani, Jenny, 'Linen Band', in North, Susan and Jenny Tiramani, eds, <u>Seventeenth-Century... T&F 1650-12-31 1630-01-01 1630-1650 (made) A woman's band, English, 1630-50; linen band edged with English bobbin lace Height: 27 cm, Width: 76.2 cm British Galleries, room 56e Linen neck wear was an important part of seventeenth century dress; this was probably worn... Purchased with a forehead cloth for £3 10s from W H Brackett in 1922. No details of provenance... 9598 British Galleries: The collar is made of fairly heavy linen, and would have been worn instead of... 2014-08-29T19:51:45.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:45.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56e, case 9 -1.97685 linen Linen, bobbin lace, linen thread, hand sewing T.21-1922 t211922 O78786 Band 1 A deep band of linen, cut in two pieces and seamed on the diagonal at the centre back, with a... England 2006AF9719 Object Type Lacemaking developed in England during the 16th century in response to the growth in... 3 va band-unknown 2014-02-24T00:00:00.000Z bobbin lace making 1650 1630 view
view 2006am8281 jpg s Unknown T&F 1634-12-31 1625-01-01 ca. 1630 (made) Length: 117.5 cm neck to hem, Width: 138 cm cuff to cuff, Depth: 16 cm mounted, Width: 97.5 cm skirt Made in England. Some of the motifs taken from 'A schole-house for the needle' by Richard... 9603 British Galleries: The linen smock was an article of women's underwear similar to a man's shirt.... 2014-08-29T19:51:46.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:46.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 'Lady Lawrence' silk, linen Linen, embroidered with silk T.2-1956 t21956 O78791 Smock Woman's smock of linen embroidered with red silk showing various animals and flowers, and with... England 2006AM8281 Object Type Smocks were made of linen and usually undecorated, so that they could be washed. A... 3 smock-unknown 2014-07-11T00:00:00.000Z embroidering 1634 1625 view
view 2006am2209 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by Miss Agnus A. Hepburn and Mrs Margaret Owen 1625-12-31 1600-01-01 1600-1625 (made) Linen embroidered coif, England, 1600-1625 Height: 21.8 cm crown seam to hem, Width: 17 in on stand, Depth: 20 cm, Height: 8.625 in crown seam to hem, Width: 43.2 cm, Weight: 1.06 kg Made in England 9619 British Galleries: A woman's coif was informal headwear, but was usually elaborately decorated.... 2014-08-29T19:51:51.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:51.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 Linen, silk and silver-gilt thread T.27-1975 t271975 O78811 Coif Linen embroidered coif with black silk in stem, chain and speckling stitches and with silver-gilt... England 2006AM2209 Object Type Like a man's nightcap, a woman's coif was informal headwear. It would have been worn... 3 coif-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1625 1600 view
view 2006am6973 jpg s Unknown T&F 1699-12-31 1600-01-01 17th century (made) Linen pillow case with bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery, England, 17th century Height: 55 cm, Width: 90.3 cm, Depth: 0.1 cm British Galleries, room 56d 13129 British Galleries: Much of this pillowcase may have been home made. The women of the household... 2014-08-29T20:09:06.000Z 2014-08-29T20:09:06.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56d, case 6, shelf DR3 -1.97685 'I W' linen Linen, bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery T.298-1965 t2981965 O10798 Pillow case 1 Pillow case of plain woven white linen, formed from a rectangle of linen folded in half, and with... England 2006AM6973 Object Type In the 17th century the fabric used for making into pillow cases and sheets was woven... 3 VA pillow-case-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z bobbin lace, whitework 1699 1600 view
view 2006ak4646 jpg s Unknown John Lea Nevinson, <u>Catalogue of English Domestic Embroidery of the Sixteenth & Seventeenth... T&F 1630-12-31 1590-01-01 1590-1630 (made) A woman's jacket, 1590-1630, English; embroidered with silk and metal threads, in flowers and fruit Length: 66.5 cm neck to hem Marcus Gheeraerts (Tate Gallery, London 01/01/2001-31/12/2012) Purchased from A Solomon for £8 in 1873. 13915 2014-08-29T20:12:06.000Z 2014-08-29T20:12:06.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 linen, silk thread Linen, hand-sewn and embroidered with silk, silver and silver-gilt threads 919-1873 9191873 O80226 Jacket Unlined linen jacket, embroidered with silk, silver and silver-gilt filé, in a pattern of acorns,... Great Britain 2006AK4646 This simple unlined jacket represents an informal style of clothing worn by women in the early... 3 jacket-unknown 2014-02-24T00:00:00.000Z hand embroidery, hand sewing 1630 1590 view
view 2006am0839 jpg s Unknown Illustrated in 'Ottoman Embroidery' by Marianne Ellis and Jennifer Wearden (V&A Publication,... T&F Given anonymously 1899-12-31 1800-01-01 1800-1899 (made) Length: 69 cm, Width: 39 cm 14700 2014-08-29T20:15:23.000Z 2014-08-29T20:15:23.000Z 38.9585 In Storage 35.4492 linen, silk thread Linen, embroidered with silk in variations and combinations of double running stitch and eyelets T.121-1938 t1211938 O11413 Sampler Sampler, linen embroidered with silk in variations and combinations of double running stitch and... Turkey 2006AM0839 This sampler is the work of an experienced embroiderer who used it to record stitches, motifs and... 3 sampler-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Weaving, embroidering 1899 1800 view
view 2006am0616 jpg s Unknown Illustrated in 'Ottoman Embroidery' by Marianne Ellis and Jennifer Wearden (V&A Publications,... T&F 1876-12-31 1800-01-01 1800-1876 (made) Length: 110.5 cm, Width: 49 cm 14705 2014-08-29T20:15:24.000Z 2014-08-29T20:15:24.000Z 38.9585 In Storage 35.4492 linen, silk thread, metal thread Linen, embroidered with silk in double darning on the diagonal and double running in a line, and with metal thread in double darning on the diagonal and fishbone stitch 480-1877 4801877 O11419 Towel or napkin Towel/Napkin of linen embroidered with silk in double darning on the diagonal and double running... Turkey 2006AM0616 At the end of the 18th century embroidery designs began to develop into rigid and heavily... 3 towel-or-napkin-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Weaving, embroidering 1876 1800 view
view Unknown T&F 1699-12-31 1600-01-01 17th century (made) Linen pillow case with bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery, England, 17th century length: 38 in, width: 21 in 15479 British Galleries: Much of this pillowcase may have been home made. The women of the household... 2014-08-29T20:18:48.000Z 2014-08-29T20:18:48.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 linen Linen, bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery T.298A-1965 t298a1965 O81673 Pillow case Pillow case of plain woven white linen, formed from a rectangle of linen folded in half, and with... England Object Type In the 17th century the fabric used for making into pillow cases and sheets was woven... 3 pillow-case-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z bobbin lace, whitework 1699 1600 view
view Unknown T&F 1699-12-31 1600-01-01 17th century (made) Linen pillow case with bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery, England, 17th century length: 36 in, width: 22 in 15480 British Galleries: Much of this pillowcase may have been home made. The women of the household... 2014-08-29T20:18:48.000Z 2014-08-29T20:18:48.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 linen Linen, bobbin-lace insertions and whitework embroidery T.298B-1965 t298b1965 O81674 Pillow case Pillow case of plain woven white linen, formed from a rectangle of linen folded in half, and with... England Object Type In the 17th century the fabric used for making into pillow cases and sheets was woven... 3 pillow-case-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z bobbin lace, whitework 1699 1600 view