Flowery cotton Jacket (18th century)
I made this jacket a year ago, as my first real attempt at historical clothing. I have tried it a bit previously but never bothered to read up on historical techniques and silhouettes so the result is really nothing I'm proud of. But with this jacket I made a new attempt and this time i…
underside, Elizabethan ruff Per Noel: Between 150" and 180" (or more) of lace depending on the type of ruff, the width of the ruffle, and the neck measurement. But 150" to 180" is a good ballpark for a ruff of 3" wide or less on a 15" to 17" neckband.
Bodice ca. 1905 || This overly ornate bodice is the perfect example of the bridge between the late Victorian and Edwardian period. The heavy texture created by the typically delicate leave is of particular interest.
Spencer Jacket, ca. 1810: Ant_93: Removed
Antique Spencer jacket in red silk, probably worn by a young woman. Beautiful stand-up collar, short sleeves. Passament embroidery / ornamental
Medieval and Renaissance Paned Slops and Breeches Pattern
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Pink silk spencer with front opening and turn down collar, applied decoration of pink satin rouleaux loops with 5 rouleaux strips at wrist and 2 rows at lower edge, collar piped in silk, 3 layers of `leaf' decoration on epaulettes over straight sleeves; c.1815. Chertsey Museum
c1770-1780, France. Very interesting jacket with a "Zone" front and Pet en l'air back. The bodice front is attached with two hooks. This jacket is fully lined with unbleached hemp. It is partially trimmed with green silk faille ribbon. Measures: Shoulder to shoulder 33cm, Sleeves 44 cm, height pleats 40 cm, waitsline 73 cm | Villa Rosemaine