Szoknya - valószínűleg Dersffy Orsolya ruhatárából | Iparművészeti Múzeum Gyűjteményi Adatbázis
From the wardrobe of Orsolya Dersffy, ca. 1610, Hungary, cut-pile velvet, raised embroidery of gilt silver thread; embroidered in silk thread
Doublet and breeches | V&A Search the Collections
Doublet and breeches, 1630-1639 (made). Man's doublet and breeches, 1630s, English; ivory silk satin with stamped and pinked decoration. Museum Number 348&A-1905.
Man's Robe | Italian or British | The Met
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Extant stays from the 17th century
Compared with the 18th century therearen’t many stays still around from the 17th century. There isn’t much written about them either- I suspect there are a buried treasured hidden in museum collections that no one has ever bothered about. Here I have collected information of the extant stays I know about. To not make the post too long, I’ve saved the boned bodices of that period for a later post. The oldest stays we have are German and dated to 1598. It was part of the burial clothes for…
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Gown | V&A Search the Collections
Gown, 1610-1615 (made) 1600 (woven). Woman's gown, 1600-10, Italian; slashed, figured and brocaded cream silk. Museum Number 189-1900.