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Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries

Fashion - 16th & 17th centuries

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CHEAPSIDE HOARD: | Responses to “The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels”

The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels - Madame Guillotine

Flämischer Hofmaler, tätig in Italien im späten 16. Jahrhundert

Alte Meister - 21.4.2015

Burano lace - The amount of skill, time, effort that goes in to a piece like this just amazes me. I am in awe of these women.

Burano lace - Pictify - your social art network

Ann Vavasour (1560-1650) attributed to Robert Peake the elder (c.1551 – 1619) date circa 1580-90

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.

Tudor Doublet and paned slops

Portrait of a Woman(c. 1580)

Dorothy, Lady Dormer by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, c. 1596 (detail)

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Portrait of a Lady in Red Dress (detail) English School, c. 1615

Marcus Gheeraerts the younger: Susanna Temple, 1620s

Portrait of Camilla Martelli, ca. 1580, by Jacopo Ligozzi

Portrait of Camilla Martelli, ca. 1580, by Jacopo... | Miss Folly

Queen of England. Album Amicorum of a German Soldier, 1595 Book/manuscript/album; Costume/textile works on paper, Gouache on paper, 6 1/8 x 4 1/2 in. (15.56 x 11.43 cm)

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Dress of Pfalzgrafin Dorothea Sabina, 1598

Dress of Countess Dorothea Sabina von Neuburg ca. 1598.

Fripperies and Fobs

French Court Garb, later 16th century - seems to be related to this image identified as Elisabeth of Austria c.1570 commons.wikimedia... not sure if the digital image has been cropped or there's 2 copies of this portrait one full length one half length

Picasa Web Albums - Elizabeth W - Tudor dress

Elizabethan layers

Portrait of a woman, French School, 1590s

Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

Ca. 1612, MARY CURZON, COUNTESS OF DORSET (d.1645) by William Hamilton RA (1750/51-1801), after William Larkin (active 1606-d.1619), painting in the State Bedchamber at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire.

Not only is this stunning citole the only surviving piece of it’s kind, it was also played by Robert Dudley to Elizabeth I.

1590s - Portrait of a lady 3 - (after) George Gower

Elizabeth I, The Ermine Portrait by an Unknown Artist, c. 1585. (Hatfield House)

Queen Elizabeth I The Pelican and Phoenix portraits

Queen Elizabeth I portraits to go head to head

Unknown lady. Artist unknown. The crest on the wall indicates that this lady enjoys high status. This image is interesting as it conveys the stark silhouette of late 1590s dress.

Nicholas Hilliard's Portrait of a Lady of the Tudor Court wearing dress embroidered with pomegranates, irises, the Tudor rose and oak leaves (c1590), exhibited by Philip Mould - PHOTO: MUSINGS