Greece. Silk embroidery on cotton chemise.

Traditional, Greece, Silk, embroidery, needle, work,
Silk embroidery on cotton chemise.

Traditional Greece Silk embroidery, 19th century.

  • 1.4.6. Silk embroidery from the sleeves of women’s chemises.
  • 5. Silk embroidery from the sleeve of a linen chemise, used as a handbag.
  • 7.10.12. Cotton embroidery on the sleeves of a cotton chemise.
  • 8. Silk embroidery on the hem of a cotton chemise.
  • 11. Silk embroidery on the hem of a linen chemise.
Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Designs for furnishing fabrics by Lilly Jacker-Nettel.

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