Italian renaissance Costume end of 15th and 16th Century

Italian Renaissance Costume made to order from another fabric

The Daughters of Giovanni II Bentivoglio and Ginevra Sforza (1488) - Ferrara, Italy by Lorenzo Costa (1460-1535), Italian - considered a product of the School of Ferrara (lilacsinthedooryard)

The Daughters of Giovanni II Bentivoglio and Ginevra Sforza (1488) - Ferrara, Italy by Lorenzo Costa (1460-1535), Italian - considered a product of the School of Ferrara (lilacsinthedooryard)

15th Century Italian Women's Clothing | Tea from the east has been introduced and is slowly catching on here ...

15th Century Italian Women's Clothing | Tea from the east has been introduced and is slowly catching on here ...

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Violet Renaissance 15th Century Italian Venetian Dress

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Set Eleven - women 15th century - long shirt - linen - women hose - woolen - under dress - linen - cottehardie/outer dress, woolen with linen linning, strings or buttons - cloak from a half of the circle  https://www.facebook.com/noble.craftandhistory

Set Eleven - women 15th century - long shirt - linen - women hose - woolen - under dress - linen - cottehardie/outer dress, woolen with linen linning, strings or buttons - cloak from a half of the circle https://www.facebook.com/noble.craftandhistory

Worn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. For me - no brocade sleeves though.

Worn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. For me - no brocade sleeves though.

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