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Coif | York Museums Trust

Coif and forehead cloth | V&A Search the Collections

Woman's coif and forehead cloth | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Culture: British Medium: Linen worked with silk and metal thread…

Coif - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.6-1946 (Id:197653)

Coif

Chair seat cover (one of a set of seven) | Museum of Fine Arts

Coif, Silk on linen, England, late 16th c.

Coif

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Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Fashion history and Headgear

Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Elizabethan fashion and 17th century fashion

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.6-1946 (Id:197653)

Woman's coif English ~ late century ~ England ~ Linen plain weave embroidered with silk and metallic thread ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Coif (displayed sideways), 1590-1610; NMS A.1976.704

(SBT 1994-31) Blackwork coif linen cap. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Coif | British | The Met

Coif and forehead cloth

Coif

black work on a tudor coif

Coif: ca. early century, English, ground worked with white and silver threads in a slash-and-scroll pattern accented with needlelace and edged with blanket ...

Coif | British | The Met

Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Fashion history and Headgear

Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Fashion history and Headgear

Coif

Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Fashion history and Headgear

Coif | (ENGLAND) | NGV - Stunning early 17th century embroidered coif with stylized

Coif

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.9-1947 (Id:139879)

Elizabethan Coif with Blackwork Embroidery-This coif is constructed based on information from Janet Arnold's

Coif

Clothing Gallery – Coifs (and Hair)

Late 16th century, England - Coif - Linen, silk, metallic thread, silver

Man's shirt, linen with blue silk embroidery and bobbin lace. From The Textile Museum in Prato. Photo by operafantomet

Making an Elizabethan Coif

Coif

Coif

Forehead cloth

Coif

Coif 2 Manchester Museum

Elizabethan Coif with Blackwork Embroidery by SkyRidgeDesigns

Coif

Coif

Coif embroidered with silver passing and linen thread century English Ultra-simple pattern, impossible to determine stitches in this photo

Catalogue produced by Mallett and directed by Lanto Synge exploring fine antique needlework and embroidery.

Coif

Elizabethan coif and forehead cloth - Google Search

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.9-1947 (Id:139879)

Women's coif

Part of woman's coif made of linen and embroidered in different stitches with coloured silk,

Forehead cloth

Coif

Coif and forehead cloth

Unfinished Blackwork Coif from the beginning of the century.

Mary Tudor in a coif as a widow. while it shows two lines forming around the head, the artist shows no evidence of pleating or gathering

Woman's Coif, Linen embroidered with silk, silver & metal threads, ...

Coif and forehead cloth

Coifs 1b and 2b, 'Elizabethan/Jacobean' type coif Using a mid-

Several years ago, I worked up these sewing patterns for Tudor and Elizabethan coifs.

Lady's cap, possibly 17th century.

Anne Boleyn

OnlineGalleries.com - Linen Coif. Circa 1600. Needs attribution

English coif, late 16th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Label reads

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Mary Tudor as Queen of France drawn in late 1514 by an unknown artist the only

Jamestown “Jane” Coif

Coif

Miniature (possible for Holy Child Statue) made from two coifs (sleeves are one

Nightcap

Woman's coif of off-white linen, with a point over the forehead, shaped

Woman's coif (housecap) – Works – eMuseum

Coif | British | The Met

Blackwork Coif, Victoria & Albert Museum, I would have loved to see this piece made!

jacket | by Ekaterina Mikhaylova-Smolnyakova

1600 blackwork and goldwork embroidered coif - http://www.metmuseum.org

Off-white linen coif, shaped at cheek and with a point over the forehead

An embroidered coif panel, English, circa 1600 | lot | Sotheby's

Coif | York Museums Trust | hsf | Pinterest | Trust, Fashion history and Headgear

Lady wearing an ornate coif from French Illuminated manuscript late

Elizabethan coif pattern

Elizabethan Blackwork Embroidered coif in the style of the 1580-1600

Smock Place of origin: England, Great Britain (embroidered) Date: 1575-1585 (made)

Blackwork Coif - NEEDLEWORK - A very last minute addition to my Tudor kit has been a fancier looking coif. I absolute hate wearing hats, so had put off ...

woman's embroidered linen coif detail

Woman's coif: English, about 1600 Linen; embroidered with silk and metallic threads Museum

coif & forehead cloth Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, Scotland Date: Accession Number: Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Woman's Coif, Linen embroidered with silk, silver & metal threads, 17th Cent.

Linen coif and forehead cloth embroidered in green silk, silver thread and silver spangles, English,

lovely work on a cap

No Strings Attached: Coif Patterns - links to patterns for several styles of coifs

Coif

Mother Ross: The Life and Adventures of Mrs. Christian Da... https

Metallic embroidered coif. Vintage Textile $2900 Made from écru silk damask and lined with beige

Shakespeare's World in 100 Objects: Number 48, a blackwork coif - Finding Shakespeare

An early 17th century coif (woman's cap) Dutch

Clothing Gallery – Coifs (and Hair)

England Coif, 1601/25 Linen, plain weave; cut and drawn work in

Out of period, alas! :) The World Turned Upside Down - 1647 from picture book site