Stomacher 1700-1725

Stomacher -- -- German -- Embroidered Silk -- The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Stomacher  Date: 1700–1725 Culture: German Medium: silk

Stomacher -- -- German -- Embroidered Silk -- The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

French or Italian late 17th–early 18th century Object Place, France or Italy DIMENSIONS 42 x 33 cm (16 9/16 x 13 in.) Tabs are included. ACCESSION NUMBER 38.1342 MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk, gilt-silver; embroidery COLLECTIONS Europe, Textiles and Fashion Arts CLASSIFICATIONS Costumes Gilt-silver yarns and wires embroidered on blue silk ground. Conventionalized vegetative design. Green silk tabs at sides (original). Matching collar band (38.1214), q.v.

Stomacher French or Italian - late century Gilt-silver yarns and wires embroidered on blue silk ground. Green silk tabs at sides (original). DIMENSIONS 42 x 33 cm x 13 in.

Stomacher, Italy, early 18th century. White silk embroidered with polychrome silks in Baroque floral motif.

White silk embroidered with polychrome silks in Baroque floral motif. Two flaring tabs at base.

Stomacher

Cotton embroidered with silk and gilt-silver yarns. Vining floral motif in reds, greens and gold; vermiculate motif fills out ground. Linen canvas backing. *Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

stomacher  Europe, France  1700-1730

Stomacher, France, White silk with applique of metals and coloured silks, the top edge is trimmed with silver metal lace.

Date: 1770–80 Culture: Italian Medium: silk

Date: Culture: Italian Medium: silk Dimensions: a) b) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1926 Accession Number: b

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Stomacher

Stomacher, England or France, early century. Ribbed ivory silk embroidered in multicolored silk and silver and gilt metal-wrapped threads, unbleached linen plain weave, ivory silk grosgrain ribbon.

stomacher  1750-1780

It is called a stomacher. Definately check Panna Anna's: "Stomacher century / Bawet XVIII wiek" board out!

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