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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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The Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria, 1550

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

Ladies old fashioned shoes

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Amazing Elizabethan hood on Etsy by CadwaladrCostumes

Sir Thomas Mansel (1556–1631), and Jane, née Pole, Lady Mansel- Sir Thomas was a member of one of the wealthiest families in south Wales.The Mansel family of Oxwich became wealthy by investing in monastic lands following Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries. Sir Thomas was the MP for Glamorgan. He inherited the family house in 1595, which had been built on the site of Margam Abbey, near Neath.

Four details from : Moses and the tables of the law, Maerten de Vos, 1575. Catharijne Convent, Utrecht, the Netherlands

Maerten de Vos, Portrait of Gillis Hooftman (1521-81), Shipowner, and his wife Margaretha van Nispen. Date July 1570

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16th century gold, diamond and enamel ring.

Making an Easy Elizabethan Chemise From same website, Smock generator www.elizabethanco...

Making an Easy Elizabethan Chemise

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Glenda Jackson attired in a replica 'Armada' gown, as Elizabeth I, in 'Elizabeth R'.

Top Five Elizabethan Movies & TV Series | Frock Flicks

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Snackenborg Rose embroidery. This rendition of the iconic embroidery pattern is the most authentic you'll ever find - Exclusively available at Designs From Time. © 2015 Designs From Time www.designsfromti...

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    Thank you for the pin! As a fellow costumer I enjoy your work immensely! Please feel free to share this and my new black work reproductions of the 16th Century Italian Camica. ~ Cheers!

Leather doublet; pinking and slashing

Garb For Guys: Leather Jerkin: Pinking & Slashing

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Tudor Woman’s Kirtle from 1578 @ Janet Comber – Time Tailor

Tudor Woman’s Kirtle from 1578 @ Janet Comber – Time Tailor

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Portrait of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, later Emperor Frederick II, at age 17, unknown artist, paint on canvas, 1595, Vienna or southern Germany.

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16th century peascod doublet with slashing.

1565 Portrait of a Girl, Aged 10 Note by this date the points of the coif are in line with the eyebrows - replicating the fashionable line of the French hood.

BBC - Your Paintings - Portrait of a Girl, Aged 10

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Steps and actual sewing tips for making a coif.

Making an Elizabethan Coif

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Elizabethan/early 17th century coif cap tutorial

A great page with a variety of patterns for late period coifs.

This coif is a reproduction of the Renaissance coifs worn in England in the 16th century and shown on many pictures from that time (eg. Holbein). The pattern is very simple and more historical than my old coif. It fits without problems and any other things than the ribbon.

Renaissance coif by Celefindel on deviantART

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Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630: Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham,1597

Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630

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Elizabethan kirtle reproduction

Elizabethan Doublet #3

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A portrait of a child, likely Arbella Stuart. Arbella was Bess, Countess of Shrewsbury's grandchild and ward. Bess hoped that Queen Elizabeth I would name her Stuart/Tudor relation Arbella as her successor.

Queen Elizabeth , left the original painting, right the reproduction, made by Angela Mombers

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    Jeannine Schenewerk

    Wonderful, Angela!

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    Angela Mombers - Walking Through History

    Thanks!

Young Elizabeth of France by Frans Pourbus the Younger (Prado)Wearing a slashed skirt and slashed sleeves, a large lace-trimmed ruff

Portrait of Ann Vavasour (1560–1650) by Robert Peake, 16th century