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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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    Portrait of a Man, Anthonis Mor van Dashorst, 1561

    History of fashion in art & photo

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    Attributed to the Master of the Countess of Warwick, A Woman, ca. 1557

    1550's Portraits

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    Steven van der Meulen - Portrait of a Woman, probably Catherine Carey, detail

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    Nicholas Hilliard, Portrait of a Woman 1597

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    Hercule François, duc d'Alençon. Need further data.

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    Judith with the Head of Holofernes, Fede Galizia, 1596, detail

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    Renaissance french gown

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    Joachim Beuckelaer A peasant woman offering eggs, butter and milk at a stall by a farm (by Follower) Oil Painting

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    Detail - Louis II and Maria von Habsburg's dress, King of Hungary and Bohemia, 16th century

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    1586 Attr to Pieter Feddes Van Harlingen (Dutch artist, 1586-1634) Young Child

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    Mary Queen of Scots - Born 1546, Imprisoned 1568, Executed 1587 - Mother of King James I of England

    Portraits of Mary, queen of Scots: Born 1542, Ruled 1542 to 1567, executed 1587

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    French countrywoman by Lucas de Heere, late 16th c. showing an early example of iron ring pattens.

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    Buff leather Jerkin 1571-1590 Museum of London

    jerkin | Museum of London

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    objektkatalog.gnm... Inventory number: T1635 Dating: 16th Century.

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    Doublet - 16th c. (Chest 30 cm, tabs 6 cm. / Green brownish iridescent silk doublet (blue warp, golden yellow weft), Pinking in a square pattern. Collar rising towards the back, no closure. 19 thread buttons at the front, 6 on each sleeve, close together. Horizontal waist, with 12 trapezoid tabs. At the shoulders wings, not padded. The sleeves narrow evenly towards the wrist. Canvas lining, and where the lining is visible, green silk. Collar lining blue silk. According to Fries, new.)

    Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

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    Queen Elizabeth with a Fanc. 1590.

    The Faces of Queen Elizabeth The First, Part 3: Portraits 1588-1603.

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    Mary, Queen of Scotts

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    Násfa - the depiction of mythological figures (Venus Marina triumph?), around 1600 (probably), Prague, Czech, gold, diamond, pearl, ruby, enamel, height: 9.5 cm, width: 7.5 cm

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    The collar of the Order of the Garter. The original garter of of gold and enamel of twenty one garters containing a red rose. The garters are enamelled blue with gold letters – giving the motto of the order HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE meaning: The shame be his who thinks ill of it. The garter links alternate with a double gold knot in the fashion of a cord with four tassels at the end. The original collar measures 1562mm in length and weighs 33oz. Our replica has only eight garters

    Garter Collar | Royal Exhibitions

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    King Henri III château de Chenonceau

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    Queen Elizabeth needlework portrait, c.1580.

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    Diamond-shaped Mirror w/ Hidden Image of the Electress Sophia -- Circa 1600 -- Likely made in Southern Germany -- Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

    Rautenförmiger Spiegel mit verborgenem Frauenbildnis

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    Details of Portraits of Elizabeth i

    The Lady In Tweed

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    Locket ring belonging to Queen Elizabeth I, c.1575 (gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds & mother-of-pearl)

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    Elizabeth I's locket ring ~ 1575 ~ secret locket ring. It wasn’t discovered until her death that the ring opened up to reveal two portraits of her and her mother Queen Anne Boleyn ~ 1575

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