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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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Melanie Scheussler - "This is a version of what Janet Arnold calls a "Flanders gown," many examples of which can be found in the portraits of Hans Eworth."

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, 24 June 1532 or 1533 – 4 September 1588

  • Angela Britzman
    Angela Britzman

    Sweet Robin

  • Angela Grimes
    Angela Grimes

    Good Lord! He looks like the actor Robert Harding or is Hardy? Anyway, when BBC picked Robert Hardy to play Leicester they were spot on.

  • Angela Britzman
    Angela Britzman

    True! Thank goodness for Holbein.

Robert Dudley (1533–1588), Earl of Leicester

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, and reportedly Elizabeth I's lovahhh

Sir Francis Drake

The Spanish Armada : Sir Francis Drake

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I with the Cardinal and Theological Virtues, 1598. Artist Unknown.

The "ear wing" coif pattern

No Strings Attached: Coif Patterns

Middle Class Doublet and Kirtle (2003) - Sempstress

Middle Class Doublet and Kirtle (2003) | Sempstress

Frans Pourbus the Younger 1569 – 1622 An Unknown Man, aged fifty-six Painted 1591

Tudor, Stuart and North European Old Master portraiture

Miniature of an Unknown Man by Nicholas Hilliard, 1588. (Victoria & Albert Museum)

Marguerite de Valois Reine de France

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    Bess Chilver

    This looks like one of the Lost Gallery on flickr photoshop mash ups. Its certainly not an original image.

Elizabethan Costume: WORK IN PROGRESS. Paned sleeves with custom embroidery, silk velvet piping. #Elizabethan #Renaissance #Tudor

Lady Jane Grey

lady jane grey on Tumblr

No Strings Attached: Coif Patterns. Elizabethan and Tudor style caps/coif patterns.

No Strings Attached: Coif Patterns

Walter Hickman by unknown artist Date painted: c.1600

BBC - Your Paintings - Walter Hickman

The Cobbe Portrait of Shakespeare Portraits of Shakespeare through his years

Gold medallion of Elizabeth I, Nicholas Hilliard, c. 1580-90

English Tudor & Elizabethan - second half of the 16th century

The Mistress Sydney--Wedgewood velvet, freshwater pearls, gold trim, gold thread, swarovski crystals, gold findings, brooch, ostrich and pheasant feathers. Elizabethan bonnet designed and created by Michelle Fennema 2008.

The Mistress Sydney I by MichelleFennema on deviantART

Tudor Tots, Kentwell 1578

Nicholas Hilliard c.1590-95. The close-up detail shows very clearly how reticella is constructed. A fine linen ground is cut away leaving some structural threads; these are then worked and embroidered to form lace infills. The edging lace is an early example of the technique known as punto in aria. Linen thread has the property of growing stronger when wet so is perfect for boil-starching.

A woman's white linen smock decorated with intricate bands of geometric cutwork taken from another object, possibly a cover, and used as ins...

Smock | Museum of London

Dove Pendant 1550 . This pendant, an ornament for the neck or the bust, displays the lightness and delicacy of its openwork design. Its oval band of gold is decorated with leaves in green enamel, gold berries, white flowers, seven of which contain a ruby.

Dove Pendant - Unknown - Google Cultural Institute

The Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria, 1550

16th century Shoes tudor style. Vintage High Heels. Boho style.

Ladies old fashioned shoes

Amazing Elizabethan hood on Etsy by CadwaladrCostumes