Ricco abito in seta e damasco, con ricami ed applicazioni di passamanerie in filo d'oro. Il colletto in chiffon è rigido. Costo £580

Elizabeth I costume Birmingham Rep production of Elizabeth Rex, Costume worn by Stephanie Beacham

Carcanet or carcan is a jeweled collar or necklace, from the old French, carcan, meaning collar. Carcanets were typically quite elaborate and formal, and worn closely fitted. The style seems to have first appeared with the reemergence of the necklace during the end of the medieval period in the late 1300s.

Carcanet or carcan is a jeweled collar or necklace. Carcanets were typically quite elaborate and formal, and worn closely fitted. The style seems to have first appeared with the reemergence of the necklace during the end of the medieval period in the late

glossary of Renaissance clothing terms

Glossary of Renaissance Fashion

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Waist Line Dropped V and Slashed Poofy Pedal Pushers 09026974 09021168 Doublet and breeches beige velvet with red (no flash).

[Floral textile patterns, England, Elizabethan period.

Elizabethan Plate of Owen Jones, The Grammar of Ornament. Thanks to the University of Heidelberg digital library.

015 Elizabethan Sleeves

- The Elizabethan Lady's Sleeves Pattern by Margo Anderson Includes : 1 Sewing Pattern Sizes: 2 to 30 all included in one envelope. This pattern is printed on white bond paper. includes several popular sleeve styles of the era Paned Cap and spanish sleeve

'maybe 'Duchy of Fenswick (Glantri; ~1000 AC)...  [Men's clothing in the Elizabethan Era]

"""Green silk Elizabethan man's doublet and paned slops, by Andrew Reid (SCA - Master Bartolomeo Agazzari).

Elizabethan men's doublet,  red and gold velvet, slashed sleeves, silk brocade lining and 84 buttons! Made by Angela Mombers.

Elizabethan men's doublet, red and gold velvet, slashed sleeves, silk brocade lining and 84 buttons! Like the 2 tones on the doublet.

Elizabethan Lace Collar                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Van Dyke Points or Saw Tooth Trim in Regency Clothes

petitpoulailler: ornamentedbeing: ca 1610 Lace collar possibly cut loose from a camicia or a linen partlet (there are still linen strips in the bottom half, Venetian;

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