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Satin Gauntlet embroidered with silk and metallic thread, purl   and spangles, trimmed with silk ribbon and silver-gilt bobbin lace…  English c. 1600-1625.

Satin Gauntlet embroidered with silk and metallic thread, purl and spangles, trimmed with silk ribbon and silver-gilt bobbin lace… English c. 1600-1625.

A metal thread embroidered velvet panel from Northern India, circa 1900. The blue velvet ground profusely embroidered with silver and gold thread with a flowering plant & two perching peacocks; beneath the plant, a pool and two stalks.

A metal thread embroidered velvet panel from Northern India, circa 1900. The blue velvet ground profusely embroidered with silver and gold thread with a flowering plant & two perching peacocks; beneath the plant, a pool and two stalks.

Details are important!

Details are important!

Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. Elizabethan. English embroidery  by A. F. Kendrick.

Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. Elizabethan. English embroidery by A. F. Kendrick.

Agra’s textile arts known as zari (elaborate gold thread embroidery) and bead embroidery (known as zardozi)

Agra’s textile arts known as zari (elaborate gold thread embroidery) and bead embroidery (known as zardozi)

Pair of gloves, detail of gauntlet. Date: ca. 1600 Culture: British Medium: Leather, satin worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls; satin, couching, and darning stitches; metal bobbin lace; paper Dimensions: L. 12 1/4 x W. 6 1/4 inches (31.1 x 15.9 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness, 1928 Accession Number: 28.220.7, .8

Pair of gloves, detail of gauntlet. Date: ca. 1600 Culture: British Medium: Leather, satin worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls; satin, couching, and darning stitches; metal bobbin lace; paper Dimensions: L. 12 1/4 x W. 6 1/4 inches (31.1 x 15.9 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness, 1928 Accession Number: 28.220.7, .8

VAULTED JEWELS You're So Pretty  BELLADONNALUXEDESIGN

VAULTED JEWELS You're So Pretty BELLADONNALUXEDESIGN

ca 1600. Embroidered in England; said to have been a gift from Elizabeth I to her maid of honour, Margaret Edgcumbe (1560-1648), wife of Sir Edward Denny (1547-1599). his mitten had a decorative rather than practical function. Like many of the embroidered gloves made during this period, its purpose was to show off the wearer's wealth and status.

Pair of mittens

ca 1600. Embroidered in England; said to have been a gift from Elizabeth I to her maid of honour, Margaret Edgcumbe (1560-1648), wife of Sir Edward Denny (1547-1599). his mitten had a decorative rather than practical function. Like many of the embroidered gloves made during this period, its purpose was to show off the wearer's wealth and status.

Leather glove with cuff formed by eight lobes of white satin , English, early 17th century

Leather glove with cuff formed by eight lobes of white satin , English, early 17th century

17th century Culture: Flemish Medium: Silk, metal thread and pearls on silk  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

17th century Culture: Flemish Medium: Silk, metal thread and pearls on silk The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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