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Stomacher, 18th century, France silk, metallic thread, linen Accession nbr : 1971-50-125 Smithsonian, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum

Silk embroidered with silk and metallic. Bequest of Marian Hague, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum

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Museum Deaccessioned Damask Brocade Stomacher c.

Stomacher  Date: early 18th century Culture: European Medium: cotton, linen Dimensions: Overall: 15 1/2 x 11in. (39.4 x 27.9cm) Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number: 79.1.115

Stomacher Date: early century Culture: European Medium: cotton, linen Dimensions: Overall: 15 x x Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1879 Accession Number:

Détail de robe à la française, Europe, vers 1725, soie  © 2010 Museum Associates/LACMA  http://www.offi.fr/expositions-musees/les-arts-decoratifs-1462/fashioning-fashion-47237.html

ritasv: “ Woman’s Robe a la Française Europe, circa 1725 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave (shot taffeta) Center back petticoat length: 37 ¾ in. Center back robe length: 60 ¼ in. cm) Purchased with.

Stomacher Date: ca. 1720 Culture: British Medium: silk Accession Number: 1975.206.1

Stomacher, silk embroidered with silk and metal thread, c. A stomacher was an elaborately decorated filler for the front of century dresses. They were removable and could be worn with different garments.

Stomacher | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  Relief embroidery of silk floral motifs in pinks and greens on white silk cutwork over wire foundation; green and white fly fringe, chenille and covered wire trim. Silk panels at sides decorated with green silk-covered wire flowers, purple foil and beads.

Relief embroidery of silk floral motifs in pinks and greens on white silk cutwork over wire foundation; green and white fly fringe, chenille and covered wire trim. Silk panels at sides decorated with green silk-covered wire flowers, purple foil and beads.

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Bodice [actually, a stomacher] centuryCulture:ItalianMedium:silkDimensions:Length (a): 14 in. cm) Length (b,c): 19 in. cm) Length (d,e): 16 in. cm)Credit Line:Rogers Fund,

Collection - Manchester Art Gallerystomacher Acknowledgement: © Manchester City Galleries Created by: Created: 1700-1720 Object info       stomacher Object description  White satin, embroidered in sections, backed with linen canvas and lined with linen printed in blue; edged with yellow silk; triangular shape cut off at base; raised embroidery in colourd silks, metal thread and spangles; design of pelican and unicorn set in formal scrolls, worked mainly in laid threads with some satin…

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