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17th century sailor Pirate & Privateer Clothing - General History - Introduction

17th century sailor Pirate & Privateer Clothing - General History - Introduction

sea captain slightly out of fashion older gentleman, stuck in his ways

sea captain slightly out of fashion older gentleman, stuck in his ways

Mantua, late 17th century British Taupe wool with stripes of dull orange and blue, embroidered in silver-gilt thread

Mantua, late 17th century British Taupe wool with stripes of dull orange and blue, embroidered in silver-gilt thread

1600-1620.  Knitted silk jackets were fashionable in the early 17th century as informal dress. This example is very finely knit by hand in plain silk yarn and silk partially wrapped in silver thread, in contrasting colours of blue and yellow.  (In 17th Century Women's Clothes I, V book)

Jacket

1600-1620. Knitted silk jackets were fashionable in the early 17th century as informal dress. This example is very finely knit by hand in plain silk yarn and silk partially wrapped in silver thread, in contrasting colours of blue and yellow. (In 17th Century Women's Clothes I, V book)

Jacket (Jerkin) Date: early 17th century Culture: European Medium: silk, jute Dimensions: Length: 26 1/2 in. (67.3 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1935 Accession Number: 35.98.2

Jacket (Jerkin) Date: early 17th century Culture: European Medium: silk, jute Dimensions: Length: 26 1/2 in. (67.3 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1935 Accession Number: 35.98.2

1770-1780s Calash, which was designed to protect women's large 18th century hairstyles from the elements. It was collapsible and made of silk.

1770-80s Bottle Green Calash

1770-1780s Calash, which was designed to protect women's large 18th century hairstyles from the elements. It was collapsible and made of silk.

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