Linen doublet front with linen trim braid, repro of a model popular circa 1630s. Threadworked silk buttons, with waked linen buttonholes or fingerloop braid silk laces. The doublet has been made by Angela of Peggy's Necessities, but buttons, lacing, eyelets and buttonholes are my own - loving every minute of it!
A fine and rare Mariano Fortuny stencilled velvet gown, early 20th century, `labelled Mariano Fortuny, Venise', the soft blue velvet ground stencilled in gold with Medieval style patterns, the sides inset with pleated silk and laced with silk cords and fastened with Murano glass beads. Detail
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A woman's loose linen jacket (probably worn during pregnancy) ca 1590-1630, English. Embroidered with silk, silver, and silver gilt threads in a circular vine motifs with flowers and fruit. The embroidery pattern is very similar to the famous extant Layton jacket (for which there is a 17th c. painting of Lady Layton wearing the actual garment) but this jacket made from a single layer of linen and there are no cuffs. The Layton jacket is better constructed and more fitted..
Fleur of England Eclipse silk-blend satin cami top (330 BRL) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring tops, shirts, cami, blusas, grey, gray shirt, camisole tank top, cami shirt, satin camisole tops and satin tank top