Kings Musketeers Reference

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A mixture of paintings and extant costume from the 1600s, for those seeking inspiration for Kings Musketeers Freeform. If you want a costume made visit www.jollydicey.co.uk

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Extremely nice doublet, unknown provenance but must be rather early century. Notice the waist and the long row of holes for tying the breeches with points and laces. Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Baroque Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Elizabethan Costume, 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Fashion

Extremely nice doublet, unknown provenance but must be rather early 17th century. Notice the waist and the long row of holes for tying the breeches with points and laces.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Britain Materials and Techniques: Linen, linen thread, silver spangles, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered Museum Silver spangles (sequins) and drawn-thread and pulled-thread work adorn this woman's linen jacket. 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Female Clothing, Baroque Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns

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A woman's linen waistcoat, English, 1630-1639; linen with drawn-thread-and-pulled-fabric work, embroidered with silver spangles, edged with bobbin lace.. Museum Number 324-1903.

Woman's close-fitting long sleeved jacket, with centre-front fastening and a round neck, embroidered with fine black wool in a pattern of barberries Production Date: 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Costume Renaissance, Red Velvet Jacket, Military Jacket Women, Blackwork Embroidery

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1629 etching from "Le Jardin de la Noblesse Française." by Abraham Bosse… 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Musketeer Costume, Jacques Callot, Thirty Years' War, The Three Musketeers, Merian, Baroque Fashion, Fashion History

Abraham Bosse

Abraham Bosse another 1629 French noble. Right on Period for Musketeers! Loving the buttons on the breeches/

"Diana Cecil, Countess of Elgin" by Cornelis Janssens van Ceulen, Date painted: - or possibly Beatrice, Countess of Oxford who was the wife of Robert de Vere the Earl - she looks nothing like Diana Cecil wife of Henry de Vere, the Earl Henri Matisse, 17th Century Fashion, Baroque Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Royal Fashion, Cornelius, Art Uk, Your Paintings, Portrait Paintings

SUBALBUM: Diana Cecil, Countess of Oxford and then Elgin | Grand Ladies

Diana Cecil, Countess of Oxford and then Elgin

A simple shift for Ninon - The Dreamstress Rock Shirts, Jack Rogers, Patterns Of Fashion, Topshop, Historical Clothing, Women's Clothing, Blue Coats, 17th Century, Costumes For Women

A simple shift for Ninon - The Dreamstress

In order to give myself a break from the endless eyelets, I whipped up a shift to go under Ninon’s dress. Unlike the rest of the dress, I can’t claim historical accuracy with the shift. I couldn’t find enough resources on 17th century undergarments to feel that I could draft a pattern and construct a shift that would be accurate so I figured why bother with all the handsewing and expensive linen and other nitpicky details that go with accuracy? So my shift is cotton. (*gasp*) And almost…

Embroidery Silk Ribbon Embroidered Jacket silk embroidery on linen collar and cuffs are silk 17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Jacobean Embroidery, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Blackwork Embroidery, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Period Outfit

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