Jemima, née Carew, 1st Countess of Sandwich (1625–1674) by the studio of Sir Peter Lely (Mount Edgcumbe House - Torpoint, Cornwall, UK)

Her article in thepeerage is here.

From artuk.org. Also posted to the “Casual” Dress - 1641 to 1683 Album here.

Jemima, née Carew, 1st Countess of Sandwich (1625–1674) by the studio of Sir Peter Lely (Mount Edgcumbe House - Torpoint, Cornwall, UK) From artuk.org

Sir Peter Lely often portrayed Ladies en déshabillé, but Countess Jemima’s dress is suitable for being in public, although her chemise and right breast are half out. Her paned sleeves are joined by matching strips and clasps.

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