historia del traje: 16. Traje con Luis XIII y Luis XIV 1625-1725
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Detail of metal gilt thread embroidery and metal buttons of child's waistcoat, 1727-1760, England, silk (corded), Metal gilt (threads and spangles). Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery
This bodice trimmed with parchment lace is a rare example of late 17th century women's dress in the V collections. Typical of 1660s fashion are the long waist, off-the-shoulder neckline and short, full, cartridge-pleated sleeves.V Search the Collections
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Portrait of a Gentleman in White, Frans Hals, ca. 1637