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Embroidered cover | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  English Early 17th C.  Cover for lady’s toilet table with cutwork and needle lace.  Five strips of linen ornamented with scrolls bearing flowers and fruit. The stems are worked with gold and silver thread in raised cable and plaited braid stitch, the flowers, fruit and foliage in tent stitch with colored silks (pink, yellow, orange, green and blue). Between the strips of linen are bands of reticella and reticella points edge the cover.

Embroidered cover | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. English Early 17th C. Cover for lady’s toilet table with cutwork and needle lace. Five strips of linen ornamented with scrolls bearing flowers and fruit. The stems are worked with gold and silver thread in raised cable and plaited braid stitch, the flowers, fruit and foliage in tent stitch with colored silks (pink, yellow, orange, green and blue). Between the strips of linen are bands of reticella and reticella points edge the cover.

Drawstring bag. Late 16th early 17th century. 13x13cm. Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, sliver and gold metallic threads.  Braded silk and metallic cords and tassels

English, late century MFA Boston Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, silver and gold metallic threads Braided silk and metallic cords and tassels

Jotenkin kohtuuttoman hieno kirjailu väreiltään ja kaikeltaan.

Linen Shift with gold couching and silk in satin stitch - Museo Del Tessuto, Prato, Madrid.

В XVI и XVII веке искусство светской вышивки расцвело в Европе, особенно в Англии. Еще в Средние века английские мастера, вышивавшие церковное облачение, славились по всей Европе. Когда же король Генрих VIII порвал с католической церковью в 1534 году и учредил собственную церковь, нужда в расшитой богатой одежде для священников и убранстве соборов значительно сократилась.

Purse Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches; silk cord and silk and metal thread tassels Accession Number:

Book cover:  The Metropolitan Museum of Art Date:     ca. 1635 Culture:     British Medium:     Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls; tent, Gobelin, and couching stitches

Embroidered cover of ‘David’s Psalmes’ Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls, tent, Gobelin, and couching stitches. Image and text courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

17th century embroidered binding; worked in colored  silver thread on white satin; edges gauffered  gilt.  STC 2304.5  Houghton Library, Harvard University

houghtonlib: “ The third part of the Bible : (after some division) containing five excellent bookes : most commodious for all Christians, Contemporary embroidered binding; worked in colored &.

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