Muff, silk satin with mezzotint portrait embroidered with metallic thread, beads and spangles, English.

Muff. 18th century.  Green-yellow silk satin with appliquéd white satin central mezzotint portrait medallion of young woman. Wreath embroidered with silver yarns and spangles and red foil leaves. White silk lining. Filled with batting and paper.

satin central mezzotint portrait medallion of young woman. Wreath embroidered with silver yarns and spangles and red foil leaves. White silk lining. Filled with batting and paper. Condition: embroidery tarnished and worn.

Stomacher : Blue satin over white linen. Triangular piece, trimmed with silver braid with spangles, in horizontal lines. Blue and silver ribbon bow at base. 1760-1770

Stomacher : Blue satin over white linen. Triangular piece, trimmed with silver braid with spangles, in horizontal lines. Blue and silver ribbon bow at base.

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.

White silk taffeta stomacher embroidered with poly-chrome silk and gilt-silver yarns; design of seated woman, fruit baskets at top sides, birds at bottom sides, flowers between; Italy, 1750-1775.

White silk taffeta stomacher embroidered with poly-chrome silk and gilt-silver yarns; design of seated woman, fruit baskets at top sides, birds at bottom sides, flowers between;

stomacher with pink and white striped taffeta ribbons

Dress piece - Pink and white striped taffeta ribbon trimmed stomacher, part of original dress. 1770 (circa) Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

1765 - 1775 stomacher for Miss Price

Silk stomacher, Britain, Price Family textile collection at The Bostonian Society/Old State House

Stomacher, ca. 1755; Snowshill Wade Collection, UKNT 1348707.2

The stomacher that goes with the yellow Snowshill gown. This stomacher was copied to go with my own yellow gown.

stomacher  Europe, United Kingdom, England  1740-1750

Triangular stomacher ending in 7 tabs, the central one widest;

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