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Country Bumpkin & Inspirations - beautiful embroidery & smocking: All Inspirations kits - Pure Gold - Inspirations issue 76 embroidery kit

Country Bumpkin & Inspirations - beautiful embroidery & smocking: All Inspirations kits - Pure Gold - Inspirations issue 76 embroidery kit

This exquisite piece has been embroidered by 3 friends based in Netherlands. They have also included instructions and great pics on how to stitch this very piece.

This exquisite piece has been embroidered by 3 friends based in Netherlands. They have also included instructions and great pics on how to stitch this very piece.

Gorgeous bag! If I could afford it... If I had knowledge, skills and tools...

Gorgeous bag! If I could afford it... If I had knowledge, skills and tools...

"This particular silk and silver thread robe à la Française evokes thoughts of Versailles during the gallant, licentious, rose scented aegis of Louis XV and his divinely fair mistress Madame de Pompadour, but is in fact English in origin so would have been worn at the rather more staid (in appearance anyway) court of George II."

"This particular silk and silver thread robe à la Française evokes thoughts of Versailles during the gallant, licentious, rose scented aegis of Louis XV and his divinely fair mistress Madame de Pompadour, but is in fact English in origin so would have been worn at the rather more staid (in appearance anyway) court of George II."

Image of 1983.001.2441, Vest

Image of 1983.001.2441, Vest

Man’s green velvet vest, c. 1830. Gold and silver thread embroidery creates a stunning floral vine. Throughout the 19th century, men wore elaborate vests as a matter or style and fashion. This vest was worn by William Seabrook (1799-1860), son of Sea Island cotton magnate, William Seabrook and Mary Ann Mikell. From the collections of the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.

Man’s green velvet vest, c. 1830. Gold and silver thread embroidery creates a stunning floral vine. Throughout the 19th century, men wore elaborate vests as a matter or style and fashion. This vest was worn by William Seabrook (1799-1860), son of Sea Island cotton magnate, William Seabrook and Mary Ann Mikell. From the collections of the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.

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