Browse Items (85 total)

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Leather, silk, linen, cotton Western European. Rare example of sixteenth century male clothing. Protruding "peascod" waste. Padding suggests it was intended as a protective garment, likely fencing.

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Steel and Leather, German Nuremberg

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Image from book, The Kashmir Shawl by John Irwin

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Tin-glazed earthenware, Brindisi. Produced in the workshops of Brindisi, Italy

Silver, with traces of enamel and gilding, poddinly Genoa

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Image from a manuscript in exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum, Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the NetherlandsĀ 

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By 1776, the inexpensive hunting shirt had become the accepted field dress for Washington's army.

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Origin: China

Year: 20th Century
Collection: Queens College Costume Collection
Identification number: 202.87.3
Materials: Black silk with hand embroidery
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