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Sleeve, F, British, 1650-1675, embroidered linen
Skirt, pleated linen, designed by Dries van Noten, Belgium, 2002
Jacket, beaded and embroidered linen, designed by Dries van Noten, Belgium, 2002
Furnishing fabric, three metre length of printed cotton, linen and nylon, misty blue, 'Always', from the 'Park' collection, Natasha Marshall, UK, 2006.
Furnishing fabric, three metre length of printed cotton and linen, green glow colourway, 'Blossom', from the 'Park' collection, Natasha Marshall, UK, 2006.
Pair of shoes
Pair of shoes, woven tan linen, Yves Saint Laurent, designed in France, made in Italy, ca. 1990.
Jacket and dress
Jacket and dress, linen, Krizia, Italy, ca. 1992.
Shirt, linen, Yves Saint Laurent, Rive Gauche, France, 1982.
Pair of shoes, white linen slingbacks with navy leather toecaps, Chanel, designed in France, made in Italy, late 1980s.
Tapestry, hand woven, designed and made by Sue Lawty, West Yorkshire, 2009
Furnishing textile fragment
Compound woven silk and linen furnishing fragment, probably made in Europe, 14th century
Linen tape, England, ca. 1665-1699
Linen bias cut skirt, designed by Calvin Klein, United States, 1994-1995
Linen single-breasted jacket, designed by Calvin Klein, United States, 1994-1995
Linen scoop tank top blouse, designed by Calvin Klein, United States, 1994-1995
Black leather belt, designed by Paul Costelloe in 1994, Great Britain, remade in 1997
Linen shirt, designed by Paul Costelloe in 1994, Great Britain, remade in 1997
Beige linen trousers, designed by Paul Costelloe in 1994, Great Britain, remade in 1997
Linen and cotton knitted sweater, designed by Paul Costelloe in 1994, Great Britain, remade in 1997
Man's short-sleeve linen shirt, designed by Mulberry, 1990-1995
Lightweight slide storage box, designed by Albert H Cragg and manufactured by Boots Pure Drug Co
[Scarf] Cream silk and linen with open weave and fringed ends
[Shirt] Cream cotton long sleeved shirt with pleated bib at front. Collarless, with a long, tunic-like shape
[Jacket] Collarless tan linen cotton with a slit pocket at the chest and two hip pockets.
Halter top of knitted linen and cotton, designed by Mary Farrin, Great Britain, ca. 1970
Suit, grey and blue striped linen jacket and trousers, white shirt, Romeo Gigli, Italy, ca. 1995.
Undyed linen lining or backing, possibly made in India, before 1955
Linen waistcoat with embroidery and appliqué, Workers for Freedom, Great Britain, Spring/summer 1991.
Napkin, linen, embroidered with an elephant with children on its back. Palmaner, Andhra Pradesh, ca.1925. textile
Shirt and collar
Woman's shirt and detachable collar in printed cotton, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1985
Jacket of striped linen, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1985
Stage cloth for Paginini designed by Serge Soudeikine. Painted linen cloth.
Poster advertising Dirty Linen [and] New-Found-Land at Apollo Theatre, 1976
Neck band of linen, England, 1780-1810
Bustle, red and brown striped cotton, England, ca.1870
woven, British, Anna Meyrson for Edinburgh Weavers, 1962, "Agamemnon", abstract swathes of colour
woven, British, Edinburgh Weavers, 1963, "Screel", linen in open gauze weave
Collar for a child
Cap for a child
Woven, British, 1930s, Edinburgh Weavers,"Palermo", design 18th century style large acanthus pattern
Woven, British, 1930s, Edinburgh Weavers,"Alcamino", design of flower heads in ogees, 16th-century Italian style
Furnishing fabric, printed, British, 1959; Thomson, Heather for Edinburgh Weavers,"Galloway", dense pattern of stylized Highland cattle, green and yellow
F, white linen petticoat with lace hem, ca. 1955
For a young child: fine white linen, trimmed with white cutwork embroidered insertion and edging which features stylized asters and clustered circles; made in the UK, ca.1870
For a boy: white linen, with wrist length sleeves and frilled collar and cuffs; marked with the letter 'T' in blue cross stitch; made in England, ca. 1750
Worked in blue, green and flesh-coloured silks on linen, with knots of ribbon at each corner; made in Spain 1750-1850
Baby's shirt, linen with machine-made lace, England, 1875 - 1900
White linen with turn-down neck-flaps but no tying strings (possibly a needlework exercise); England, ca. 1850
Christening gown, white linen, made in Britain, ca. 1896
For a boy: blue cotton/ linen blend, worn by Jonathan Jempson (b 1943); England, 1951
Yoked garment of white linen trimmed with white braid at neck and sleeves; probably English, 1850-70
Christening gown decorated on the front with sprays of flowers in white cutwork embroidery, white linen, English, ca.1925
Linen, mauve, embroidered, British, c.1926
Rectangular white bib embroidered with a design of a seated cat and child; Linen, British, c.1924
For a girl: pale pine green linen, with white cuffs, and smocking across the chest; UK, ca. 1927
Embroidered with animal motifs including monkey, giraffe and elephant; the windows, lines of thatch and water level are also indicated; Noah's Ark; Linen, white, British, 1920-9
For a baby: fine white linen with a panel of machine embroidered broderie anglaise; made in the UK, 1923-33
For a baby: white linen smocked in pale pink, mauve, and two shades of grey-green, with short puffed sleeves; made in the UK, 1949
White linen with cutwork embroidery; English, ca. 1850-65
See later photograph Misc.938-1988
Girl's petticoat, sleeveless and with cutwork embroidery in the shape of stylized flowers around the hem, white linen, British, ca.1932
Girl's petticoat, with cutwork embroidery in the shape of sprigs of stylized foliage around the hem, white linen, British, ca.1933
Girl's petticoat, with cutwork embroidery in the shape of trefoils beneath sprigs of stylized foliage around the hem, white linen, British, ca.1933
Girl's petticoat, with cutwork embroidery in the shape of stylized foliage around the hem, white linen, British, ca.1933
Baby's feeder, white linen embroidered with an appliqued motif of a lion in pale blue, British, ca.1929
Baby's feeder, white linen embroidered with an appliqued motif of a swallow in pale blue, British, ca.1929
Baby's feeder, pink linen embroidered with an appliqued motif of a marsupial in white, British, ca.1929
Baby's feeder, white linen embroidered with an appliqued motif of a camel in pale green, British, ca.1929
Baby's feeder, pale pink linen embroidered with an appliqued motif of a giraffe in white and worked in French knots, British, ca.1929
Baby's feeder, salmon pink linen embroidered with a design of chicks in white, British, ca.1930
Baby's feeder, salmon pink linen embroidered with a design of a cockerel and two hens in white, yellow and red silks, British, ca.1930
Baby's bib, white linen embroidered with a white cutwork design of a butterfly and flowers, British, ca.1928
Baby's bib, white linen embroidered with a design of birds among flowering branches in mauve, red, yellow, white and black, British, ca.1928
Baby's long petticoat, white linen with three narrow tucks around the hem, and embroidered picot edging; probably British, 1825-1840
Feeder for a child, embroidered in white with a design of girls in Dutch costume washing clothes and hanging them on a line; white linen, British, ca.1924
First shirt for a baby, white linen, with fold-down flaps and shirt sleeves, British, late 19th to early 20th century
White linen with side plackets, the legs gathered into a self frill with braid and picot edging; Sweet Lavender brand made in the UK, 1910-1925
White linen with side plackets, the legs edged with feather stitching and broderie anglaise, 'Hibernia Hand Made' brand made by Stapley & Smith in the UK, 1910-1925
Long gown for a baby
Yoked gown of fine white linen, with a rounded neck and wrist-length sleeves, trimmed with tucks, lace and embroidered braid; UK, 1900-05; Fine linen; British, 1900-05
Of white linen embroidered in red and yellow using cross stitch; UK, 1895.
(They shall be mine saith the Lord of Hosts...to dear Amy/ August 18th 1895); White linen; British, 1895
For a baby: white linen, with ten horizontal tucks above the hem; British, 1900-20
Babys long gown
The white linen gown has a full-length princess-line panel at centre front, with whitework insertions and robings machine-embroidered with edelweiss-like flowers; UK, 1870-85
Short dress for a baby
Of white linen with lace and floral whitework insertions, and scalloped robings from the back of the neck to the hem front; UK, 1850-75; White linen; British, 1850-75