Марго Заборовская

Марго Заборовская

Марго Заборовская
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Linen petticoat with wool embroidery // Flora and fauna detail on hem // American (colonial Vermont), mid 18th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Linen petticoat with wool embroidery // Flora and fauna detail on hem // American (colonial Vermont), mid 18th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Portrait of the Marchioness Angela Maria Lombardi ~ ca.1710 ~ Angela Maria Lercari was born in Genoa in 1684 and married Marquis Anton Filippo Lombardi in 1704.The marchioness wears a splendid costume that enhances her beauty and marks her social status. Her "mantua" (a one-piece open robe) is made of a sky-blue silk damask brocaded in silver and trimmed in the finest lace. The so-called "bizarre" pattern of the damask, produced in France and Italy, was highly fashionable around 1700.

Portrait of the Marchioness Angela Maria Lombardi ~ ca.1710 ~ Angela Maria Lercari was born in Genoa in 1684 and married Marquis Anton Filippo Lombardi in 1704.The marchioness wears a splendid costume that enhances her beauty and marks her social status. Her "mantua" (a one-piece open robe) is made of a sky-blue silk damask brocaded in silver and trimmed in the finest lace. The so-called "bizarre" pattern of the damask, produced in France and Italy, was highly fashionable around 1700.

coiffure fontange 1690

coiffure fontange 1690

embroidery

embroidery

18th-century flat quilting. 24 x 34 cm  EG1981.24, GIVEN BY LADY ADAM GORDON

18th-century flat quilting. 24 x 34 cm EG1981.24, GIVEN BY LADY ADAM GORDON

Dress, French, c. 1720. From the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Dress, French, c. 1720. From the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Mantua (image 5) | British | 1708 | silk, metal | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1991.6.1a, b

Mantua (image 5) | British | 1708 | silk, metal | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1991.6.1a, b

Mid-18thc dresses from Fashion Museum, Bath

Mid-18thc dresses from Fashion Museum, Bath

Mantua

Mantua

Mantua, spätes 17. Jh.

Mantua, spätes 17. Jh.