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Corset, third quarter of century European Green silk damask. Referred to as "stays" until the late nineteenth century, the corset was the basic garment of every woman's wardrobe.

Morin Blossier riding jacket ca. 1905

~French Riding ensemble - - Silk, metal thread, ostrich feathers - Marking: 'Morin Blossier, Paris' and 'Her Majesty Queen Alexandra' - The Metropolitan Museum of Art~

Dress, Evening  Jeanne Hallée  (French, 1880–1914)  Date: 1910–14 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass

Hallée Dress - - by Jeanne Hallée (French, - Silk, glass - The Metropolitan Museum of Art -

French Riding ensemble - c. 1905 - Silk, metal thread, ostrich feathers - Marking: 'Morin Blossier, Paris' and 'Her Majesty Queen Alexandra' -via The Metropolitan Museum of Art~

Riding ensemble Date: ca. 1905 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal thread, ostrich feathers Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1937

1910 Evening Dress, getting ideas for today's wedding dresses.

Edwardian Dress: Tiered silk net with metallic embroidery over pink satin with raised-waist velvet bodice. 1910 by the Paris fashion house Worth.

Margaret Layton's Jacket, 1610 Long, tight sleeves, narrow shoulder wings, semi-circular cuffs and a small curved collar at the back neck. Made of linen and lined with coral silk taffeta. Originally fastened with pink silk ribbons. In the 1620s, an edging of spangled silver-gilt bobbin lace was added. Embroidered in detached buttonhole, stem, plaited braid, chain, couching and dot stitches, with knots and speckling, with coloured silk threads, silver-gilt threads and spangles.

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Jacket, England, Linen embroidered with silk and silver thread. Worn by Margaret Layton, wife of the king’s Yeoman of the Jewel House, in a painting by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger.

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