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Velluti di cotone , communi e felpe 386b . Cotton velvets , common , and plush , imbianchiti . bleached . 386c . Velluti di cotone , communi e felpe tinti . 386d . Velluti , di cotoni , communi e felpe , stampati . unbleached . 387a .

Author: Italy. Ministero delle finanze

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Cotton velvets , common , and plushi , imbianchiti . bleached . 386c . Velluti di cotone , communi e felpe 386c . Cotton velvets , common , and plush , tinti . dyed . 386d . Velluti , di cotoni , communi e 386d . Cotton velvets , common ...

Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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The Economic Position of the United Kingdom 1912 1918The Economic Position of the United Kingdom 1912 1918



Velluti di cotone . communi e felpe 3866. Cotton velvets , common , and plush , imbianchiti . bleached . 386c . Velluti di cotone , communi e felpe 386c ... Velluti di cotone , fini ( velvets ) 387a . Cotton velvets , fine , unbleached ...

Author: William Andrew Paton

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ISBN: CHI:16424072

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Dressing Renaissance FlorenceDressing Renaissance Florence



A voided velvet had a single - height cut pile that contrasted with a voided pattern , the satin ground showing through . These velvets ranged from 24 to 31⁄2 florins per braccio , as did the second type , the figured velvets ( velluti ...

Author: Carole Collier Frick

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 0801882648

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As portraits, private diaries, and estate inventories make clear, elite families of the Italian Renaissance were obsessed with fashion, investing as much as forty percent of their fortunes on clothing. In fact, the most elaborate outfits of the period could cost more than a good-sized farm out in the Mugello. Yet despite its prominence in both daily life and the economy, clothing has been largely overlooked in the rich historiography of Renaissance Italy. In Dressing Renaissance Florence, however, Carole Collier Frick provides the first in-depth study of the Renaissance fashion industry, focusing on Florence, a city founded on cloth, a city of wool manufacturers, finishers, and merchants, of silk dyers, brocade weavers, pearl dealers, and goldsmiths. From the artisans who designed and assembled the outfits to the families who amassed fabulous wardrobes, Frick's wide-ranging and innovative interdisciplinary history explores the social and political implications of clothing in Renaissance Italy's most style-conscious city. Frick begins with a detailed account of the industry itself -- its organization within the guild structure of the city, the specialized work done by male and female workers of differing social status, the materials used and their sources, and the garments and accessories produced. She then shows how the driving force behind the growth of the industry was the elite families of Florence, who, in order to maintain their social standing and family honor, made continuous purchases of clothing -- whether for everyday use or special occasions -- for their families and households. And she concludes with an analysis of the clothes themselves: what pieces made up an outfit; how outfits differed for men, women, and children; and what colors, fabrics, and design elements were popular. Further, and perhaps more basically, she asks how we know what we know about Renaissance fashion and looks to both Florence's sumptuary laws, which defined what could be worn on the streets, and the depiction of contemporary clothing in Florentine art for the answer. For Florence's elite, appearance and display were intimately bound up with self-identity. Dressing Renaissance Florence enables us to better understand the social and cultural milieu of Renaissance Italy.

Brilliant BodiesBrilliant Bodies



The Velvets / I Velluti: In the Collection of the Costume Gallery in Florence / Nella collezione della Galleria del Costume di Firenze. Florence: Edizioni Polistampa, 2017. Ostrow, Steven F. “Pietro Tacca and His Quattro Mori: The ...

Author: Timothy McCall

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 9780271091471

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Italian court culture of the fifteenth century was a golden age, gleaming with dazzling princes, splendid surfaces, and luminous images that separated the lords from the (literally) lackluster masses. In Brilliant Bodies, Timothy McCall describes and interprets the Renaissance glitterati—gorgeously dressed and adorned men—to reveal how charismatic bodies, in the palazzo and the piazza, seduced audiences and materialized power. Fifteenth-century Italian courts put men on display. Here, men were peacocks, attracting attention with scintillating brocades, shining armor, sparkling jewels, and glistening swords, spurs, and sequins. McCall’s investigation of these spectacular masculinities challenges widely held assumptions about appropriate male display and adornment. Interpreting surviving objects, visual representations in a wide range of media, and a diverse array of primary textual sources, McCall argues that Renaissance masculine dress was a political phenomenon that fashioned power and patriarchal authority. Brilliant Bodies describes and recontextualizes the technical construction and cultural meanings of attire, casts a critical eye toward the complex and entangled relations between bodies and clothing, and explores the negotiations among makers, wearers, and materials. This groundbreaking study of masculinity makes an important intervention in the history of male ornamentation and fashion by examining a period when the public display of splendid men not only supported but also constituted authority. It will appeal to specialists in art history and fashion history as well as scholars working at the intersections of gender and politics in quattrocento Italy.

Paris Universal Exhibition of 1867 Catalogue of the British SectionParis Universal Exhibition of 1867 Catalogue of the British Section



( see Class 15 , No. 4 ) Irish poplins - Popelines d'Irlande Irländische Papeline - Popline irlandesi 19 HALL & UDALL , Manchester and Oldham Silk velvets , & c . Velours de soie , etc. Seidensammete etc. Velluti in seta , ecc .

Author: Great Britain

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ISBN: GENT:900000112876

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