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Coif. England, made btw. 1600-1625. Linen, silk and silver-gilt thread. V, T.27-1975

Linen, silk and silver-gilt thread. Like a man's nightcap, a woman's coif was informal headwear. It would have been worn by itself indoors, or with a hat on top in public.

c1605, English. Embroidered Coif and Forehead Piece

coif & forehead cloth Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, Scotland Date: Accession Number: Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

16th c. blackwork coif – complete! » Princess of Bob ("Frances' pattern by Laren Mellin, from Reconstructing History)

Spiritual Embroidery I honestly can’t remember a time when I didn’t know how to embroider, but that doesn’t mean I’m the best in the world.

Headdress Coif The Met - Late 16th.C. or early 17th.C. British, made of linen silk and metal thread.

Headdress Date: late century or early century Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metal thread Dimensions: Length: 9 in. cm) Width: 17 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1936 Accession Number: Met Museum of Art.

Coif dated to late 16th or early 17th century. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian

Woman's coif, opened out, linen embroidered in white linen and silver threads, with details in reticello; pattern of small flower clusters bordered by lattice.