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Grey silk suit with gold and silver decoration, Swedish, 1650s. Worn by Karl X Gustav of Sweden (1622-1660).

Grey silk suit with gold and silver decoration, Swedish, 1650s. Worn by Karl X Gustav of Sweden (1622-1660).

Evening or dinner dress, Mme. Gabrielle, Paris, ca. early 1870s. Mme. Gabrielle, while not as well-known now, was as respected in her day as Charles Worth and other top Parisian designers. Charleston Museum Tumblr

Evening or dinner dress, Mme. Gabrielle, Paris, ca. early 1870s. Mme. Gabrielle, while not as well-known now, was as respected in her day as Charles Worth and other top Parisian designers. Charleston Museum Tumblr

The original pin said "Ensemble, c. 1630, belonging to Gustav I Vasa of Sweden", which is impossible since Gustav I died in 1560 and was very unlikely to be having clothes made 70 years later. It's from the Royal Armoury and labelled "shirt for a Burgundian suit. Called *Gustav Vasa's suit'". But the date given is 1630s so it seems the name derives from some earlier mislabelling.   INVENTORY NUMBER 25560 (3335:a)

The original pin said "Ensemble, c. 1630, belonging to Gustav I Vasa of Sweden", which is impossible since Gustav I died in 1560 and was very unlikely to be having clothes made 70 years later. It's from the Royal Armoury and labelled "shirt for a Burgundian suit. Called *Gustav Vasa's suit'". But the date given is 1630s so it seems the name derives from some earlier mislabelling. INVENTORY NUMBER 25560 (3335:a)

“Pies de loto”, la extraña tradición de vendar los pies   http://marcianosmx.com/pies-loto-tradicion-vendar-pies/

“Pies de loto”, la extraña tradición de vendar los pies http://marcianosmx.com/pies-loto-tradicion-vendar-pies/

1620 Attributed to Salomon Mesdach - Portrait of a Man, Possibly Walterus Fourmenois

1620 Attributed to Salomon Mesdach - Portrait of a Man, Possibly Walterus Fourmenois

c. 1645 doublet, British, made of silk and leather, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (front, showing inner lining)

c. 1645 doublet, British, made of silk and leather, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (front, showing inner lining)

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