Ball gown (bodice) Date: Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, glass, metal Dimensions: Length at CF: 50 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. William Floyd Nichols and Mrs. Langdon Tyler, 1975 Accession Number: b
Tablecloth Date: 1590 Culture: Italian Medium: Linen Dimensions: L. 204 x W. 78 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven Credit Line: Helena Woolworth McCann Collection, Purchase, Winfield Foundation Gift, by exchange, 1975 Accession Number:
Dress that belonged to Century fashion icon Eleanor of Toledo. This extant dress confirms the idea that Renaissance dress was sumptuous and shows a bateau neckline different from those worn in France and the British Isles
Princess Elizabeth I christening gown, sewn and embroidered by her mother, Anne Boleyn. There is some doubt that this is not the gown worn by Elizabeth since there are no Tudor Roses worked into the embroidery pattern
fashionsfromhistory: “ Child’s Court Dress 1600 “ A special jewel of costume and costume collection of Lippe State Museum is a courtly children dress from the Renaissance. It is decorated in the style.