This stomacher has a linen ground and is quilted using yellow silk thread. The stomacher was an important part of ladies dress from the late sixteenth up to the early eighteenth centuries. It went in and out of fashion and was often incorporated into the bodice itself. - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter
OMG want. The details, 1611 German: Amazing Spanish-Italian style "sea green" riding cloak with embroidered map in silk, gold and silver. A Christmas present to prince Johann George I. of Saxonia from his mother, princess Sophie of Saxonia.
Satin stomacher with silk and gold embroidery, French, 1730-1740.
Les Arts Décoratifs - Site officiel - Diaporama - Pièce d’estomac, France, vers 1740
Woman's Stomacher | LACMA Collections
Corps à baleine, France, vers 1735-1770 Damas et lacet de soie, ruban en toile de lin lamé argent Inv. PR 995.16.1
Stomacher | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Relief embroidery of silk floral motifs in pinks and greens on white silk cutwork over wire foundation; green and white fly fringe, chenille and covered wire trim. Silk panels at sides decorated with green silk-covered wire flowers, purple foil and beads.