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Historical Hair & Headwear

Historical Hair & Headwear

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15th Century German Hairstyles and the Evolution of the Wulsthaube - Eme's Compendium

15th Century Hair

wrapped hair with extant examples.... I'm hoping to grow out my hair to do this

Bathilde’s hair braids | Suvia’s Letters

Petrarch claimed to have first laid eyes on his beloved Laura, who was to inspire his great vernacular love lyrics, at the church of Sainte-Claire d'Avignon on April 6 (Good Friday) 1327. Over the next 20 years, the Italian humanist poet wrote hundreds of sonnets and odes about the lovely Laura, with whom he may never have conversed even once. Petrarch revealed little about the object of his chaste love, and her true identity has been the source of much debate.

Lucia Marliani another mistress of Galeazzo Sforza

Reinette: House of Sforza

Ram's Horn Hair falls for Medieval Garb Made by me. Braids sewn to hair combs.

"Lucrecia Borgia". Tocado tipo renacentista.

Portrait of a Lady, 1600. Detail.

Reproduction example of Tudor beadwork jewellery along with the beadwork on the typical square neckline

Tudor Jewellery | Crow's Eye Costume

cotton snood Similar to Italian snood shapes, though most were netted.

Meg’s Snood — Garlands of Grace

Coif cap 1600-1630, linen and silk, British MET collections

Coif | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Venice, woman's cap - 1500-1525 The Met

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Hairnet ca. 1570. From a grave at Frauenberg in Unzmarkt, Steiermark. From the collection of the Stubenberg family. It is knitted/knotted (Geknüpftes) in metal thread, fastened with a silk ribbon, with gold rosettes and garnet beads. In the textile collection of the Museum im Palais, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Austria.

The silk filet in action, layered with a ruffled cap and ruffled veil.

Family de Huntington

Hat complete by B. Trousers, via Flickr

Nice headgear. Mistress Drea | Flickr

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Medieval hairdressing tutorial, based on a painting by Simone Martini, Siena, ca 1328, of the miracles of the Blessed Agostino Novello, by Janet Stephens. Pe...

Woman's Head - Leonardo da Vinci

Woman's Head - Leonardo da Vinci -

Page: Study for the Head of Leda Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: c.1506 Place of Creation: Milan, Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: chalk, ink Material: paper Dimensions: 17.7 x 14.7 cm Gallery: Royal Collection, Windsor Castle, London, UK

a renaisannce netted coife tutorial

Site is in German so put it into google translate - great info on hats with period pictures and patterns for what she made as well as the Gefränse - the fringe behind the head thing - In nova corpora

In nova corpora

Sketch of Bianca Maria Sforza,Holy Roman Empress,died in 1510

Reinette: German Style from 1468-1588