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Jacobean Embroidery Trend

Jacobean Embroidery Popular Trend

Emma Thomson looking fabolus in the Jacobean Embroidery  Flower on her  top at the Screening for the Beauty and the Beast in Paris.

It was delightful to see a woman wear pants for the occasion.

Beautiful Nature Motifs from the 17 Century. Did the Oscar de la Renta designer play with numbers by recreating the Jacobean motif trend again in the 17th year of the century.

It was noted in Wikipedia :

Jacobean embroidery refers to embroidery styles that flourished in the reign of King James I of England in first quarter of the 17th century. The term is usually used today to describe a form of crewel embroidery used for furnishing characterized by fanciful plant and animal shapes worked in a variety of stitches with two-ply wool yarn on linen. Popular motifs in Jacobean embroidery, especially curtains for bed hangings, are the Tree of Life and stylized forests, usually rendered as exotic plants arising from a landscape or terra firma with birds, stags, squirrels, and other familiar animals.

Jacobean era  is also refered

The Jacobean era refers to the period in English and Scottish history that coincides with the reign of James VI of Scotland (1567–1625), who also inherited the crown of England in 1603 as James I.