Иса Александрова

Иса Александрова

Иса Александрова
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Margherita Gonzaga (1591–1632), Princess of Mantua/ Frans Pourbus the Younger (Netherlandish, Antwerp 1569–1622 Paris)- detail

Margherita Gonzaga (1591–1632), Princess of Mantua/ Frans Pourbus the Younger (Netherlandish, Antwerp 1569–1622 Paris)- detail

Waistcoat  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made)   "ca. 1745 Women’s waistcoats were usually sleeveless like a man’s waistcoat, but shorter and shaped to fit over stays. Worn with a petticoat and bedgown, a waistcoat formed part of the informal ensemble of women’s dress. It could be worn under a gown to provide extra warmth."

Waistcoat Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) "ca. 1745 Women’s waistcoats were usually sleeveless like a man’s waistcoat, but shorter and shaped to fit over stays. Worn with a petticoat and bedgown, a waistcoat formed part of the informal ensemble of women’s dress. It could be worn under a gown to provide extra warmth."

Lady's waistcoat    National Trust Inventory Number 1367217  Category	Costume  Date	1702 - 1727  Materials	Flannel, Linen, Silk  Measurements	  Place of origin	  Collection	Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

Lady's waistcoat National Trust Inventory Number 1367217 Category Costume Date 1702 - 1727 Materials Flannel, Linen, Silk Measurements Place of origin Collection Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

1700-20 Waistcoat - Fine linen top and coarse linen underneath, quilted all over with cream 20 ply silk in back stitch. Design of small feathers and 'rose window' marguerites threaded with twisted sheeps wool. Ground of small lozenges. Fronts curve away - slashed at sides and centre back. Sleeveless. 9 eyelets oversewn for front lacings. (female)

1700-20 Waistcoat - Fine linen top and coarse linen underneath, quilted all over with cream 20 ply silk in back stitch. Design of small feathers and 'rose window' marguerites threaded with twisted sheeps wool. Ground of small lozenges. Fronts curve away - slashed at sides and centre back. Sleeveless. 9 eyelets oversewn for front lacings. (female)

ca. 1700 Origin: England OL: 24" from shoulder to hem. Waist 22 1/2" Quilting pattern grid approximately 3/8" to 1/2" wide, forming small diamonds. Length of tie ribbons varies 7" up to 9 1/2". Silk satin, quilted with silk running stitches through thin wool batting and linen backing. Gift of Mrs. Cora Ginsburg. Acc. No. 1991-510

ca. 1700 Origin: England OL: 24" from shoulder to hem. Waist 22 1/2" Quilting pattern grid approximately 3/8" to 1/2" wide, forming small diamonds. Length of tie ribbons varies 7" up to 9 1/2". Silk satin, quilted with silk running stitches through thin wool batting and linen backing. Gift of Mrs. Cora Ginsburg. Acc. No. 1991-510

1465-1480 The lady with a lance and the coat of arms of the Count Palatine; Engraving Nice detail of lacing rings. Has pleats in front, not sure if it is the pleating placket or the way the front is cut. Nice detail on the belt. [Print made by: Israhel van Meckenem]

1465-1480 The lady with a lance and the coat of arms of the Count Palatine; Engraving Nice detail of lacing rings. Has pleats in front, not sure if it is the pleating placket or the way the front is cut. Nice detail on the belt. [Print made by: Israhel van Meckenem]

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Nach 1489, Housebook Master of castle Wolfegg, Süddeutschland

Nach 1489, Housebook Master of castle Wolfegg, Süddeutschland

❤ - CARLO CRIVELLI (1435 – 1495) -  Saint Mary Magdalene. National Gallery, London.

❤ - CARLO CRIVELLI (1435 – 1495) - Saint Mary Magdalene. National Gallery, London.

Carlo Crivelli

Carlo Crivelli