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Fencing Dress #2: Ode to Jeanne d’ Arc (Joan of Arc) (with detail), 2006–2007; merino wool, silk, antique lace, silk brocade, fencing mask, foil; handfelted. Angelika Werth’s Madeleines

Jeanne d'Arc / Jungfrau von Orléans by dietherpetter, via Flickr

Another one with the draped braids like like to do. I'm really interesting on what's going on in with the loose hair too the side too. Maybe a really loose braid on curly hair, but the braid seems to start above the circlet. I need to get some more angles.

Joan of Arc inspired - numero mag

Fencing Dress by Angelika Werth. Part of 12 part Madelines series. Phenomenal detailing and manipulation of felt. Ode to Jeanne d'Arc.

Emile Pingat design, 1878 Cream silk brocade, lace, gold and yellow satin - sleeve detail

From the Madeleine series, Angelika Werth's Fencing Dress. Instant fascination upon seeing it in 500 Felt Objects.

Philadelphia Museum of Art by mykeyII, via Flickr - c1850 Silk Brocade Dress, Philadelphia Museum of Art

I love this painting. At The Met. Joan of Arc. Jules Bastien-Lepage.

Done! Foil fencing. I've been wanting to do it since I watched "The Parent Trap" starring Lindsay Lohan when I was little!

Retired now :) Epee switched to foil and then nasty knee injuries from multiple sports and silliness. Wow. Former fencer I ♥ it and miss it...... My knee and ortho thank me