boy(?) dress  c. 1855, Cotton plain weave with cotton cutwork embroidery (broderie anglaise)

England The boy’s frock incorporates a white-work technique, broderie anglaise, in which small eyelets are outlined with sturdy embroidery stitches and cut out of the ground fabric. Although the result resembled lace. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Beautiful and graceful the Sarong-Kebaya worn by Malay, Indonesian, and Straits-Chinese ladies in Singapore, Malacca, & Penang which were the Straits Settlements created by the British Empire.

Beautiful and graceful the Sarong-Kebaya worn by Malay, Indonesian, and Straits-Chinese ladies in Singapore, Malacca, & Penang which were the Straits Settlements created by the British Empire.


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