Nightcap said to have been worn by King Charles I

Nightcap said to have been worn by King Charles I

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Image Description

Location Carisbrooke Castle Museum
Town Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight
Technique/ material Linen
Original size (mm) 0
Artist/maker unknown
Date circa 1649
Description Nightcap said to have been worn by King Charles I on the night before his execution. Made of linen, decorated with whitework embroidery, drawn-thread work and cutwork with needlelace inserts.
Ref number NETCC: 1985.3790
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum