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Cream linen torque with jewels and pearls
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Western european but looks so russian
nice hat and veil
The Torque C.1220 - 1327 White Raw Silk Torque with Goldwork Arcades and Whitework Flowers c.1189-1199 Around the time of 1199 the "Torque" or "Toque" was originally a narrow band of cloth worn about the head resembling a "Pill-box." It was used solely as a travelling hat for Noble Women when they travelled by horse. By 1220 it became fashionable to wear the "Torque" at every level of society. In France it was referred to as a "Chappel." It was widened into a stiff linen band or "fillet" (approx 4") frequently in some brilliant colour in linen or silk (White and red were popular). A narrow chin band was worn with this "Torque" and was called the "Barbette." This was a narrow piece of cloth that was worn under the chin, which went up either side of the face to the top of the head, under the "Torque." At this point in time, no hair was visible around the face as the hair was confined in plaits or a net at the back of the head. This net was known as the "Crispine" and was shaped like a bag. They were made out of gold, silver or coloured silk. Around about 1260, the hair started to be seen. Plaits became coils (Ramshorns), which were worn under the "Torque" on either side of the face. Clever Ladies in waiting artfully arranged veils over these coils. They were worn either tucked up, around or in the "Torque", as there was sometimes no crown (top). A few of the "Torque´s" from this time period can be seen in various churches around the country. York Minster is one such place. Here you can see the many variations of the "Torque". Plain, Pleated or solidly crowned. Most of them have the hair curled or coiled over each ear. During the period of Edward I (1272), the "Torque" was wider at the top than the bottom and became a heavily jewelled band. The hair was still coiled over each ear as before and veils arranged in the same manner. In 1307 the "Torque" was wider again and was sometimes covered in gold work and jewels for nobility. Hair was still coiled into the ramshorns but was now starting to be encased in the Crispine over each ear (Later to become the "Crispinette"). Young or old of the upper and middle classes wore this style of headdress but a strip of cloth or braid was worn by humbler folk. By 1327 the "Torque" was still worn by women but other forms of headdresses came to be in use.Cream linen torque with jewels and pearls.
Cream Linen Toque with jewels and pearls
Not Russian, but Russia had similar headwear. Veil attachment and length. "Cream linen torque with jewels and pearls"
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Red Silk encrusted in Goldwork and embroidery, with Pearls and Jewels with a fine Silk Veil
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Hennins in the 1400s apparently was the style of headdress and this in particular is called a Butterfly Hennin.
notice how the Hennin is only worn with the Burgundian style dress. LABEL: Red Silk encrusted in Goldwork and embroidery, with Pearls and Jewels with a fine Silk Veil
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Plantagenet Crespine ( 1364-Late 14th century) Wearing the hair in vertical braids continued to be in fashion throughout the Planagenet period. Headdresses like fig. 25 featured fillets made of silver and gold, set with jewels. False hair was probably used and the whole piece would simply be placed over the head. The crespine led to more elaborate headdresses like fig. 26 and fig. 27, where narrow bands of metal, or wire, were made into a reticulated mesh which would sometimes be set with j...
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Crespine (14th century)
Glossary of English Hairstyles and Headdress.
Plantagenet Crespine ( 1364-Late 14th century) Wearing the hair in vertical braids continued to be in fashion throughout the Planagenet period. Headdresses like fig. 25 featured fillets made of silver and gold, set with jewels. False hair was probably used and the whole piece would simply be placed over the head. The crespine led to more elaborate headdresses like fig. 26 and fig. 27, where narrow bands of metal, or wire, were made into a reticulated mesh which would sometimes be set with jewels at intervals. Around 1370 a new style of veil appeared that followed the trend of face framing. Fig. 28 and 29 show a semi-circular veil with a front ruffle made of goffered or pleated linen. Sometimes the ruffle was enclosed in a jeweled net, like fig. 30. Caul- a crespine, or a net, this trend went hand in hand with the circular or horizontal braiding around the face. These cauls gradually got larger and larger.
Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget Gorget--when a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).
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Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget Gorget--when a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22 Hair styles of the Renaissance.
Early-Mid 14th Century braided hairstyles
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Medieval and Renaissance hairstyles.
Lancaster and York ( 1425-1480): Barbe, Loose Hair Barbe- a pleated linen bib, which went out of fashion, along with the wimple, in the sixteenth century. Sumptuary laws of mourning made the barbe mandatory for Court. Loose Hair- was only worn by young girls, unmarried, and queens during coronation ceremony and brides. Often a circlet was worn.