brocade

ca. 1915-1920

brocaded ribbon bodice of blue silk grosgrain, 3 tiers embriodered net with orange and blue ribbon trim and one tier of embroidered net of yellow metallic fiber. Photo of Estrellita in this...

ca. 1883

Quilt. Description: Crazy Quilt, maroon satin border around quilt, made mostly of silks (brocades, taffetas, pile weaves, etc.) centered with 2 printed ribbons-one for 22nd Triennial Conclave of...

c. 1900

Quilt top. Description: one quilt top of fancy fabrics, (velvets, taffetas, brocades, etc.) embroidered in perfect condition. History: These items were made by Mrs. Washburn's mother and...

1925-1930

Shoes. Description: shoes, woman's high heel, T-strap, printed metallic brocaded satin (red, black, orange, yellow, white) gold kid trim (straps) yellow stone trim. Purchased at H. Liebes...

1950s-1965

Hand weaver, Kay Sekimachi wove the laid in brocaded fabric for this beige quexquemtl. (Quexquemtls, a small Mexican garment worn over a bodice, or as a bodice, were very popular with the Bay...

c.1920

This is a miniature hobby horse head associated with Boys' Day decorations. It was used by the Domoto family in Oakland.

Mid 20th century

Geta are covered in brocaded silk with designs of chrysanthemums, cherry blossoms, and other flowers in taupe, pale yellow, orange color, vermilion, purple, and lavender color on a white...

1915-1925

purse. Description: coral-colored silk and cotton brocade; with athletic tumblers and horse in red, olive-green and straw-colored thread; at bottom of bag are two blue and straw-colored angels;...

c. 1970

Typical and early Holly Harp dress. Skirt is made of embroidered net (black, red, gold color, light olive green) with slight panniers at either side; the hemline is scalloped. Bodice is of...

c.1885-1895

crazy-quilt. Description: hand-made, velvets and brocades, embroidered. circa 1820-1842.

History: The quilt was made by Mrs. Terry's great grandmother Eliza Dana Fearing -- born 1802 in...

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