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1550 - 1600 Queen Elizabeth Period Fashion

Fashion and Costumes late 16th Century: 1550-1599 Elizabethan style


1550 - 1600 Queen Elizabeth Period Fashion

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29-Jul 1565 Mary, Queen of Scots, married Darnle... Both Mary and Darnley were grandchildren of Margaret Tudor, sister of Henry VIII of England, and patrilineal descendants of the High Stewards of Scotland. Mary fell in love with the "long lad" They married at Holyrood Palace on 29 July 1565, even though both were Catholic and a dispensation for the marriage of first cousins had not been obtained However, Mary's insistence on the marriage seems to have been passion rather than calculation.& love

Lavinia Fontana- Portrait of a girl 1580

Black Silk Day Gown by AnchronismInAction on DeviantArt-Upper Middle Class Elizabethan Woman's ensemble consisting of a back lacing tabbed bodice, detachable sleeves with braided points, and an over-skirt with matching forepart. The entire ensemble is silk; the bodice is an off black taffeta and the skirt a waffle patterned dupioni.The eyelets on the bodice were made by hand using silk thread.

Black Silk Day Gown by AnchronismInAction on DeviantArt

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GLOVE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS

Elizabethan Effigy Corset Stays in Silk reed boned by redthreaded

blackwork elizabethan partlet

Embroiderers' Guild :: Embroidery Magazine

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Walter Devereaux, first husband of Lettice Knollys. Father of Robert Devereaux. Walter Devereaux dies in 1576. Sir Robert Dudley, the queen's favourite, and probably lover, starts an affair with Lettice, Walter's widow. Robert Devereaux, their son, goes on to be called one of Elizabeth's favourites. One of a group of very much younger men with which Elizabeth I surrounds herself to flatter and "admire" her. Lettice and Robert were married in 1578, two years after the death of Walter.

1575-1600 Bodice worn by Marie de Medici in Paris (Museum of Fine Arts - Boston, Massachusette USA)

16th Century Renaissance Dress by adelhaid

16th century doublet for women

American Duchess: In Progress: Late 16th Century Doublet

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Portrait of Mademoiselle De Chabot in a black dress with a lace ruff and jewelled headdress – by a follower of François Clouet – 16th century.

Follower of François Clouet | Lot | Sotheby's

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Enamelled gold pendant in the form of an eagle and a snake set with a baroque pearl and a ruby and hung with pearls. Paris warranty mark for 1838 onwards, Europe, late 16th century. Enamelled gold set with a baroque pearl and a ruby and hung with pearls.

Circle of Francois Clouet, Portrait of a noble lady (16th century)

Elizabethan Headress

Elizabethan Headress

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Silk Kirtle - Renaissance, blackworked coif.

Items similar to Silk Kirtle - Medieval and Renaissance on Etsy

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ca. 1575 Louise de Lorraine in the manner of François Clouet

A pair of bodies after Janet Arnold

Painting of unknown children by an unknown artist, c. 1580. First known Old World portrait of a guinea pig, then an exotic pet imported from the New World.

Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, son of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke, and Anne Parr. His aunt was queen consort Catherine Parr, his uncle was William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton, Responsible for the costly restoration of Cardiff Castle.man of culture, patron of antiquaries and heralds, collected heraldic manuscripts. 1st wife was Jane Grey's sister Catherine; their marriage unconsummated, annulled.

Elizabeth Buxton by Robert Peake, 1590

BBC - Your Paintings - Elizabeth Buxton, née Kemp

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Does anyone know this portrait? Queen Elizabeth I, according to the link, dressed up in a rather Spanish 17th century Saya.....

La Fleur de Lys too: Elizabeth I of England

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  • Jeannine Schenewerk
    Jeannine Schenewerk

    Angela, here's what I've discovered: Portrait found-Musée national du château de Pau / Jean-Yves Chermeux-Elizabeth I of England (English School, 17th c., oil on canvas), Musée national du château de Pau, Inv. DP. 53-2-59.

  • Angela Mombers - Walking Through History
    Angela Mombers - Walking Through History

    Wauw thanks! So it really is Queen Elizabeth! Thanks

  • Lola Beno
    Lola Beno

    I think that this portrait is probably misidentified by someone who wanted to have a portrait of Elizabeth I hanging on their wall.

[Floral textile patterns, England, Elizabethan period.

Slashed doublet - Ramirez costume from “Highlander” pictoral review

Ramirez costume from "Highlander" pictoral review

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16th centruy hooks - progress | Flickr - Photo Sharing!