Stomacher for a spitalfields woven silk Court dress: 18th century
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30cm
actual image size: 22cm x 28cm

Stomacher for a spitalfields woven silk Court dress: 18th century

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Stomacher for a spitalfields woven silk Court dress. The stomacher is roughly triangular, with a straight bottom edge; trimmed with eight rows of metal thread braid with bows and tassels alternating with seven rows of ivory, yellow, purple, green and pink silk rosettes; edges finished with cream silk tape. The Court dress was traditionally thought to have been worn by Mrs. Ann Fanshawe when her father, Crisp Gascoyne, was Lord Mayor of London in 1752-53. Mrs. Fanshawe acted as her father's Lady Mayoress as her mother had died in 1740.
 

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Date

1752 AD - 1753 AD
 

Image Number

001837
 

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