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Stomacher - Wikipedia

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A stomacher is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or bodice. The stomacher may be boned, as part of a corset, or may ...

Stomacher - Fashion, Costume, and Culture: Clothing, Headwear ...

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The stomacher was an essential part of women's gowns, from about 1570 to 1770. In its most basic form it was a long V-or U-shaped panel that decorated the  ...

An Appetite for Fashion Decadence: A Brief History of Stomachers ...

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May 7, 2013 ... Just Let me Pin on My Flat, Frilly, Fancy Abs... Stomacher and matching Gown, mid 18th century Stomachers were an essential part of a ...

stomacher | The Pragmatic Costumer

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Stomacher and matching Gown, mid 18th century. Stomachers were an essential part of a woman's wardrobe beginning with a rise of pairs of bodies and stays ...

Tudor stomacher - On the Tudor Trail

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Nov 13, 2011 ... Today's post is an entertaining guest post by Anne Barnhill whose debut historical novel, At the … [Read more...] Filed Under: Anne Boleyn, ...

Stomacher | Define Stomacher at Dictionary.com

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Stomacher definition, a richly ornamented garment covering the stomach and chest, worn by both sexes in the 15th and 16th centuries, and later worn under a  ...

1000+ images about The Stomacher Project on Pinterest | 18th ...

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QUEEN MARY'S STOMACHER The stomacher, made at London jeweler .... The ivory satin ground is embroidered with a Tudor rose and other flowers in three ...

1000+ images about Elizabethan Stomacher on Pinterest | Buxton ...

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An example of a stomacher, might be from Tudor era though. 1588 - 1590 (c), attrib to Robert Peake the elder (c 1551-1619), previously attrib to Gheeraerts ...

Tudor Underwear - Tudors

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Fast and accurate facts about the Tudor Underwear. ... The stomacher could be made with the same fabric of the dress, or of contrasting fabric and therefore ...

Everything I Know About... 16th Century Corsetry - Sempstress

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Jan 27, 2010 ... Wardrobe warrants also list stomachers (for Tudor gowns) made of pasteboard covered with tapheta – that's certainly stiff enough to smooth the ...