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Drafting a Houppelande pattern

Drafting a Houppelande Pattern

Plaque with a Pair of Lovers Date: 14th century Culture: North Italian Medium: Ivory traces of polychromy Accession Number: 17.190.260

MINIATURIST, English Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde c. 1400 Manuscript (Ms. 61) Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

Queen, House of Arpad (in Celje feathers). Perhaps Anne, Duchess of Luxembourg (1432 Vienna -1462 Saxony-Anhalt), Ladislaus's oldest sister? On 2 June 1446, 14-year old Anne was married to William "the Brave" of Saxony (1425–82), Landgrave of Thuringia, a younger son of Frederick I "the Warlike" of Saxony. They had 2 daughters: Margaret of Thuringia (1449 – 13 July 1501) and Katharina of Thuringia (1453 – 10 July 1534)

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Tres Riches Heures may - Front

Pendant Not-Quite Houppelande Sleeve | By My Measure

Detail from Monumental Brass, 1415 Joan Peryent Collar of underdress follows line of collar of overdress. Note full bishop sleeves of underdress.

Woman's and man's houppelandes

This woman wears a houppelande of dark blue figured fabric with a narrow belt. Her hair is shaved back from her forehead, and she wears a blunt pointed cap (now over-restored), France or Flanders, c. 1410

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Van Der Weyden, (Detail) Decent from the Cross. 1435, Museo de Prado, Spain.

Houppelande with dagged sleeves - from a French glossary under Franges (dagging in English)

Bibliothèque numérique du Roman de la Rose - Aide - Glossaire

15th century fashion--Christine de Pisan presents her book to Queen Isabeau, who wears a figured houppelande lined in ermine with a broad collar and a heart-shaped headdress. Her books stress that women should dress appropriately to their station in life, as her own less sumptuous headdress here reflects.

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Woman in a Houppelande by medievalarchive, via Flickr

Houpelande of Jan Zhorelecky made from velvet. Usually worn with belt and decorated with fur, 1396

Prague style houpelande

Prague style houpelande

Tunics To Houppelandes - Resources of the Guild of Tailors, Haberdashers and Mercers of Lochac

Full-bodied houppelandes with voluminous sleeves worn with elaborate headdresses are characteristic of the earlier 15th century. Detail from Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry.

Sweet houppelande.

Outer garments ID: 3 - list of goods. MEDIEVAL MARKET - SPES.

Houppelande --- i look really good in these, by the way. :D


Delilah Shearing Samson's Hair (detail), by the workshop of the Boucicaut Master. Bible historiale; France, Paris, ca. 1415–20. Pierpont Morgan Library, MS M.394, f. 112 (detail). From section 3: "Luxury in a Time of Madness, 1390–1420."