Žofie Pohorecká

Žofie Pohorecká

Žofie Pohorecká
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e-antikvariát -- -- Lidové umění/Národopis -- Volkslieder der Sorben in der Ober- und Nieder-Lausitz

e-antikvariát -- -- Lidové umění/Národopis -- Volkslieder der Sorben in der Ober- und Nieder-Lausitz

Костюм Петра I матросский: куртка-бастрок, штаны, голландская шапка Гардероб Петра I Россия. Первая четверть 18 в. Льняная и шерстяная ткань, шерстяная нить; вязание. Дл.: куртки 77, штанов 75 см. Выс. шапки 14 см

Костюм Петра I матросский: куртка-бастрок, штаны, голландская шапка Гардероб Петра I Россия. Первая четверть 18 в. Льняная и шерстяная ткань, шерстяная нить; вязание. Дл.: куртки 77, штанов 75 см. Выс. шапки 14 см

Day dress, 1610-60.

Day dress, 1610-60.

17th century with 18th century alterations, Europe - Woman's dressing jacket - Linen; linen bobbin lace

17th century with 18th century alterations, Europe - Woman's dressing jacket - Linen; linen bobbin lace

11967.13.16, trousers ca 1830. Gift of Mrs Muriel Buckley, URI Textile Collection.

11967.13.16, trousers ca 1830. Gift of Mrs Muriel Buckley, URI Textile Collection.

In the Royal Navy this streamer would usually have the name of the ship to which the sailor belonged embroidered on it.

In the Royal Navy this streamer would usually have the name of the ship to which the sailor belonged embroidered on it.

clothing from the wreck of General Carleton are called slops. purchased by the ship's purser or steward for issue and/or sale to the crew. Slops were issued to crew members recruited by force who did not have suitable clothes or when the crew members’ own clothes were damaged. Seamen wore functional garments. the jackets did not have tails, which could easily get entangled during climbing ropes and masts. Wide slits in trouser legs and sleeves made it easier to roll them up.

clothing from the wreck of General Carleton are called slops. purchased by the ship's purser or steward for issue and/or sale to the crew. Slops were issued to crew members recruited by force who did not have suitable clothes or when the crew members’ own clothes were damaged. Seamen wore functional garments. the jackets did not have tails, which could easily get entangled during climbing ropes and masts. Wide slits in trouser legs and sleeves made it easier to roll them up.

Sailor

Sailor

BRITISH ROYAL NAVY SAILOR’S WORK CLOTHING VERSION #2 | Eastern Costume : A Motion Picture Wardrobe

BRITISH ROYAL NAVY SAILOR’S WORK CLOTHING VERSION #2 | Eastern Costume : A Motion Picture Wardrobe