Ready to wear (1640s style)
I've been meaning to write about this doublet for sometime, but it's taken me a while to gather any useful information. The pictures were helpfully supplied by Eluned Hallas of the Oxford Preservation Trust and the bulk of the text is cribbed from a book excitingly entitled 'Everyday Objects: Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture and its Meanings', edited by T Hamling and C Richardson. This is a rare survival of a common person's doublet from just before our period that provides a…
Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens) [BSD-GL01] - $11.95
Historic Enterprises Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens) [BSD-GL01] - 3 finger gloves are most commonly seen on agricultural workers and shepherds, the speculation being that they are a form of working gloves that still allows a bit of finger control. This type of glove is also seen on falconers. 3 finger gloves are depicted in natural browns and bright colours, which, along
Plate with Pelican in her Piety | Netherlandish | The Met
Date: 15th century. Geography: Made in Dinant or Malines, Netherlands. Culture: Netherlandish. Medium: Brass. Dimensions: diam. 19 7/8 × 3 in., 6 lb. (diam...
Playing cards, 15th C., Late Medieval French Suited
Historic Enterprises : Playing cards, 15th C., Late Medieval French Suited - Men's Women's Arms And Armour Reenactment Goods Sundries Custom Work Horse historic, historic enterprises, armor, armour, medeival, historical
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Рыбалка Тора в Скандинавии и на Урале
Это иллюстрации к сюжету о Ёрмунгарде и Рыбалке Тора из исландских манускриптов XVII-XVIII-го вв. Ёрмунгард Сначала напомним, кто такой Ёрмунгард, мировой змей. Согласно Младшей Эдде одного из детей Локи от великанши, змееподобного Ёрмунганда Один бросил в океан. Змей вырос…
Fun and Games With The World's Oldest Deck of Cards
What did people in the 15th century do for fun? It was not known as a real “party” era, as France and England continued the bloody Hundred Years War, Joan of...