15th century, Florence
History, Fashion, Sca Garb, Italian Renaissance, Middle Ages, Clothing, Dress, Renaissance Costume, 15Th Century
Florentine Women's dress "Birth of the Virgin" adapted in "The History of Costume by Braun & Schneider " CAMBRIA
Throughout the play Shakespeare uses clothing as a symbol to represent peoples positions in life, this is shown when Macbeth says, "The Thane of Cawdor lives. Why do you dress me in borrowed robes?" Macbeth is not literally dressed in borrowed robes, he is referring to his title, Thane of Cawdor, that doesn't seem like it belongs to him, much like borrowed clothes.
Long floor length gowns were in double layers. They wore a dress and an overdress over the camicia. Florentine Women's dress "Birth of the Virgin" adapted in "The History of Costume by Braun & Schneider "
midevil wemons clothing | Overall, no important change was made in the Medieval Fashion before ...
Florentine Noblewomen (15th century) Braun & Schneider, History of Costume (1861-1880)
italian renaissance clothing | Italian Renaissance Clothing For Women
clothing late middle ages - Google-søk
late middle ages fashion - Google-søk
Italian Renaissance costumes
1400 Clothes, Style 1400S, 1400 Ad, Earliest Arts, 15Th Century, Costuming 1400 S, Fashion 1400 S
15th Century Northern Europe
Plate #24b - First Half of the Fifteenth Century
Medieval Clothing, Sca Garb, Costumes, Costume History, German Court, Court Dresses, Medieval Dress, 15Th Century
German noblewomen in court dress. I have no idea from which period though. It looks like c. 11th or 12th century, but apparently it's much later. However, the text doesn't say HOW MUCH later...
German Court Dress (15th century) Braun Schneider, History of Costume (1861-1880)
Plate #24b - First Half of the Fifteenth Century. German Court Dress
First Half of the Fifteenth Century German Court Dress
Plate #24b - First Half of the 15th Century
German Court Dress - 15th Century
Héraldie: Le costume médiéval 1
German Court Dress
15Th Century Clothing, Sca, 14Th Century Clothing, 15Th Century 1450 1500, 15Th Century Fashion, 1500 S Fashions, Costume, 14Th 15Th Century, Medieval
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15th century english clothing | 15th century
Housebook dress, Germany, late 15th century - some details
Project North Lifestyle, Woman Redhead, Costume, Sensible Style, Photo
Housebook dress, Germany, late 15th century - some details such a sensible style for the very flexible female figure
16th century, German
16Thc Fashion, 16Th Century, Costume History, 1485 1558 Renaissance, Century German, Century Ladies, Renaissance Costume, German Renaissance, Germany S History
15th century German
Gn Larp Costumes, Marches Ideas, Garb Ideas, Bloody Link, Century Stuff, Medieval Costumes, Renfest Dresses Patterns, 15Th Century, Beautiful German
I love this woman's work. She has beautiful german 15th century stuff and I keep losing the bloody link, so I am pinning it!
I love this woman's work. She has beautiful german 15th century stuff. - goos for work time stuff, loose under sleeves :)
Beautiful german 15th century stuff - I made an italian very close to this. Time to go back.
I love this woman's work. She has beautiful german 15th century stuff.
beautiful German 15th century stuff (in German)
She has beautiful german 15th century stuff!
Giraffe Stamp, German Giraffe, Art Stamps Postage, Animal Postage Stamps, Giraffe Postage, Giraffes
German giraffe postage #Amazing Stamp| http://amazingstampgallery.blogspot.com
1965 German Stamp - Giraffe [ got this at 1991]
German giraffe postage #Amazing Stamp
.1965 German Stamp - Giraffe.
German giraffe postage stamp.
German giraffe stamp, 1965
Germany 1965 - Giraffe
German Giraffe stamp
I love my wool gown, german 15th century Housbook style.
Medieval Costume, Reenactment, Garbish, Agnes 13Costumes, Housbook Style, Belt, Painting, Photo
...which one of you was it posting the paintings of the "Housefrau" dress (is that the name? I can't remember). Anyhoo, look, someone made one and posted it on flickr.
wool gown, german 15th century Housbook style: 13costumes
german 15th century Housbook style.
pinning for the belt .
Ottonian Ring, Gold with cloisonné enamel, German, c. 10th - 11th century
History, Middle Ages, Gold Cloisonné, German, Art, Antique Jewelry, Gold Rings, Enamels
Ring -- Gold, Cloisonné Enamel -- 10th–11th Centuries -- Germany (Ottonian) Via The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ring [Germany (Ottonian)] (2004.274) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art possibly belonging to an Ottonian or Salian German empress, that can be dated about 1000.
One of the most opulent and technically complex extant gold rings from the early Middle Ages. Gold, Cloisonné Enamel with (missing pearls). 10th–11th C. Ottonian/ German.
Ring, 10th–11th century Germany (Ottonian) Gold with cloisonné enamel ~ Citation "Ring [Germany (Ottonian)] (2004.274)". In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/2004.274 (October 2008)
Ottonian Ring, Gold with cloisonné enamel (c. 10th - 11th century) German. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, NY, USA.
Ring, 10th–11th century, Germany (Ottonian) Gold with cloisonné enamel; possibly belonging to an Ottonian or Salian German empress, that can be dated about 1000
Gold Cloisonné Ring - Middle Ages (The Middle Ages mark the period of European history between the 5th century and the 15th century. It follows the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD. The 16th century is the beginning of what is known as the Early Modern Era)
10-11th Century Ring Germany (Ottonian)] Gold with cloisonné enamel The Metropolitan Museum of Art
he ring is one of the most opulent and technically complex extant gold rings from the early Middle Ages. At the center is an elliptical flower form in gold cloisonné enamel. The flower’s central element is a cruciform shape in white enamel framed by a greenish field with four crescent-shaped petals in bluish glass. Supporting the enamel is an elliptical hoop with arcades of twisted wire on the inside and the outside. A meandering vine pattern of twisted wire—somewhat worn—covers the underside of the bezel. Below the outer arcade are small rings to contain the strung pearls—now lost—within a slot. Supporting the bezel are two opposing felines. The ring is closely related to one (now Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin) found in Mainz in 1880 in a hoard of ceremonial and personal jewelry, possibly belonging to an Ottonian or Salian German empress, that can be dated about 1000.
The Groenendaal Passion, late 15th century
Antique Images, Groenendaal Passion, Esoteric Stuff, Heilbrunn Timeline, Late 15Th, Art History, Passion 2003 476, 15Th Century
Israhel van Meckenem: The Groenendaal Passion (2003.476) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
14th century german
Medieval Style, Long Dresses, Middle Ages, Medieval Fashion, 1400S Dresses, Medieval Party, Medievil Costumes
[Women in long dresses, Germany, 14th century.] - ID: 810484 - NYPL Digital Gallery
Women in long dresses, Germany, 14th century
MIDDLE AGES... 14th century german
15th Century pendant.
Gate Reverse, Child Obverse, Paternoster Pendant, Renaissance Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Children, Anna, Golden Gate, Gates
Paternoster Pendant with the Virgin and Child (obverse) and the Meeting of Joachim and Anna at the Golden Gate (reverse)
Paternoster Pendant with the Meeting of Joachim and Anna at the Golden Gate (reverse) - Burgundy ca 1440-50. Jewellery, precious metals & precious stones
Paternoster Pendant with the Virgin and Child (obverse) and the Meeting of Joachim and Anna at the Golden Gate (reverse) Fanders or Burgundy ca. 1440–50; metmuseum
Paternoster Pendant with the Virgin and Child ca. 1440–50;
17th Century Boot
Fashion History, 17Th Century Fashion, 17Th Century Boots, Google Search, Broadtopped Boot, Xvii Century, 1600S Fashion
17th Century broad topped boot in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Timeline of shoes! http://www.vam.ac.uk/shoestimeline/
17th Century broadtopped boot in the Victoria and Albert Museum
Fashion History.....early.1700s , Man's leather boot
leather in the 17th century - Google Search
bucket top boots - Google Search
17th century boots.
Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German
Century Culture, Prunted Glass, Century German, German Medium, Middle Age, Medieval Life, Medieval Glass, 15Th Century
15th century German prunted glass beaker. While not created for religious use, glass vessels of this type were sometimes used at the Seder, as illustrations from medieval manuscripts bear witness.
Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German Medium: Glass Dimensions: Overall: 4 5/8 x 2 15/16 in. (11.7 x 7.4 cm) at foot: 2 1/4 in. (5.7 cm)
Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German. Apparently hobnail has been around forever.
Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German Medium: Glass
Date: 15th century Culture: German Medium: Glass Beaker
Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German
15th century German Glass
15th Century, German Beaker
Beaker Middle age
Plate #54a - Mid-Seventeenth Century - Germany
The Parents, Basel 1640, German Ren, Garb Illustrated, Mid Seventeenth Century
Plate #54a - Mid-Seventeenth Century - Germany. Strasbourg, Strasbourg, Basel (1640)
Early 15th cent
Dress Lace, Clothes Costumes Dresses, Linen Kirtle, Queen Costuming, Sca Medieval, Kirtle Faerie
This is based on early 15th century French and English style gowns known as kirtles. This dress is made of red linen and is worn here with velvet tippets and a linen veil. This dress laces in the front with buttons on the sleeves, one variation of a kirtle style. It can also be worn under other gowns.
A long sleeved red linen kirtle! This is early 15th century, though it really works for most late 14th - early 15th c stuff. This is Gorgeous!
For the general shape only Red Linen Kirtle by DaisyViktoria.deviantart.com on @deviantART
Red Linen Kirtle by ~DaisyViktoria on deviantART. Late 14th / Early 15th Century.
Red Linen Kirtle by DaisyViktoria.deviantart.com on @deviantART
Faerie Queen Costuming, 15th century French kirtle.
Red Linen Kirtle by ~DaisyViktoria on deviantART
» Red Linen Kirtle Faerie Queen Costuming
Nice simple dress, with a lovely shape
Purse, 15th-16th century. wow.