16th Century Clothing

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Zeugbuch Kaiser Maximilians I - 130 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Zeugbuch Kaiser Maximilians I - 130

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Some purses from the St. Thomasguild Part II

This post continues with two more purses in use by us. Both purses are of the frame-purse type (as described by Olaf Goubitz in the book ' ...

De zeven werken van barmhartigheid, Meester van Alkmaar, 1504 - Rijksmuseum

Purse | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse | European | The Met

Purses of various shapes and sizes, carried by both men and women, were given descriptive terms in medieval inventories, such as bourse or poche à compartement. In the fifteenth century, purses with clasps of metal and loops on the rear which could be attached directly to the belt superseded the pouches which closed with drawstrings and hung from the belt

Purse - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections 1540

Purse | V&A Search the Collections

Purse, ca. 1540 (made). Arms of the Calthorpe family. Museum Number T.246-1927.

Velvet bag Germany, 1550-1570 Hendrikje museum of bags & purses, Amsterdam

Velvet bag Germany, 1550-1570 Hendrikje museum of bags & purses, Amsterdam

16th century.

Purse | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Curios and Treasures," August 15, 2000–April 29, 2001.New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fashion and Virtue: Textile Patterns and the Print Revolution, 1520–1620," October 20, 2015–January 10, 2016

1510 extant ? purse from an Italian museum in Florence.

1510 extant ? purse from an Italian museum in Florence.

BOLSO DE TERCIOPELO GRANATE ALEMANIA SIGLO XVI

BOLSO DE TERCIOPELO GRANATE ALEMANIA SIGLO XVI

Guantes

Pair of ecclesiastical gloves        Spanish, 15th–16th century (about 1520)         Spain  Dimensions      L: 30 cm (11 13/16 in.)  Medium or Technique      Silk and gilt-silver yarns, knitted    Accession Number      38.1259a-b

Pair of ecclesiastical gloves

Knitted with pale greenish-blue silk with border on cuffs, bands on fingers and monogram IHS knitted with gold thread. Cuffs lined with taffeta silk, wrists edged with …

Glove Date:     ca. 1600 Culture:     British Medium:     Leather, silk and metal thread on cloth, sequins and lace Dimensions:     L. 14 x W. 5 1/4 inches (35.6 x 13.3 cm)

Glove | British | The Met

Glove Date: ca. 1600 Culture: British Medium: Leather, silk and metal thread on cloth, sequins and lace Dimensions: L. 14 x W. 5 1/4 inches (35.6 x 13.3 cm)

Mittens, c. 1600, now in the V & A in London

Mittens, c. 1600, now in the V & A in London

Pair of knitted gloves Spanish, possibly 16th century Spain Dimensions 26.0 x 16.5 cm (10.25 x 6.50 in.) Medium or Technique Silk and silver metallic thread knit, metallic fringe trim; silk and metallic ribbon lining (later addition) Accession Number 38.1252a-b

Pair of knitted gloves

Knitted with black silk and silver thread in design of diamond lattice over black and silver checks. Trimmed with silver fringe. Flaring cuffs stiffened with lining of …

Glove National Trust Inventory Number 1180733 Category	Costume Date	1570 - 1630

Glove 1180733

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1600-century  OTHER KEYWORDS  men's glove  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY NUMBER  19685 (4321: a)

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1600-century OTHER KEYWORDS men's glove COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY NUMBER 19685 (4321: a)

Calzado

A chopine is a type of women's platform shoe that was popular in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Chopines were originally used as a patten, clog, or overshoe to protect the shoes and dress from mud and street soil.

A chopine is a type of women's platform shoe that was popular in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Chopines were originally used as a patten, clog, or overshoe to protect the shoes and dress from mud and street soil.

1580-1620, Spain - Pair of chopines - Cork and silk damask, with stamped decoration on the insole

Pair of chopines | V&A Search the Collections

Pair of chopines, ca. 1580-1620 (made). F, Spanish, 1580-1620, wood, leather, covered with green silk damask F, Spanish, 1580-1620, wood, leather, covered with green silk damask. Museum Number T.419&A-1913.

1550-1650, Italy - Boots - Suede and wood

1550-1650, Italy - Boots - Suede and wood

Chopines Italian 16th century The Bata Shoe Museum

Chopines Italian 16th century The Bata Shoe Museum

1550, Germany, Schnabel Schuhe shoes

Medieval Clothing by Lena Torp

1550, Germany, Schnabel Schuhe shoes

Scarpine shoes, ca 1500-50 France, MFA Boston  Posting this because I’ve never seen a pair that still had the velvet on them.  Amazing.  But still an ugly style.

The Tudor Era

This tumblr is dedicated to The Tudor era, between 1485 and 1603. The House of Tudor began when...

16th century

Slippers | Italian | The Met

16th century

Chopines, circa 1590-1610, Italy.  The chopine was a tall clog worn primarily in Venice from the 15th to the early 17th centuries. While most examples are between three and five inches tall, some specimens of over a foot tall survive. Historical accounts testify to the necessity of the assistance of a pair of ladies maids to walk in the more extreme examples.

Defunct Fashion

Chopines | c. 1590-1610 | Italy The chopine was a tall clog worn in primarily in Venice from the 15th to the early 17th centuries. While most examples are between three and five inches tall, some...

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Zeugbuch Kaiser Maximilians I - 130 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Zeugbuch Kaiser Maximilians I - 130

bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2008/06/cannon-fodder.html

Some purses from the St. Thomasguild Part II

This post continues with two more purses in use by us. Both purses are of the frame-purse type (as described by Olaf Goubitz in the book ' ...

Smock | Italian | The Met

Textile Fragment with Unicorn, Deer, Centaur and Lion | Scandinavian | The Met

Inscription: (on border, starting from bottom right and wrapping around, in a mixture of Latin and a Tuscan dialect of Italian): [image of a flower] in [image of a diamond] q[ue]sto [image of a flower] allo / [image of a diamond] [g]giam[en]to [image of a flower] ore [image of a flower] tuo [image of a flower] XP[ist]e [image of a diamond] be / nedictus [image of a flower] sit [image of a diamond] locus [image of a flower] iste / [image of a flower] [image of a flower] et [image of a…

De zeven werken van barmhartigheid, Meester van Alkmaar, 1504 - Rijksmuseum

Purse | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse | European | The Met

Purses of various shapes and sizes, carried by both men and women, were given descriptive terms in medieval inventories, such as bourse or poche à compartement. In the fifteenth century, purses with clasps of metal and loops on the rear which could be attached directly to the belt superseded the pouches which closed with drawstrings and hung from the belt

Purse - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections 1540

Purse | V&A Search the Collections

Purse, ca. 1540 (made). Arms of the Calthorpe family. Museum Number T.246-1927.

Velvet bag Germany, 1550-1570 Hendrikje museum of bags & purses, Amsterdam

Velvet bag Germany, 1550-1570 Hendrikje museum of bags & purses, Amsterdam

16th century.

Purse | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Curios and Treasures," August 15, 2000–April 29, 2001.New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fashion and Virtue: Textile Patterns and the Print Revolution, 1520–1620," October 20, 2015–January 10, 2016

1510 extant ? purse from an Italian museum in Florence.

1510 extant ? purse from an Italian museum in Florence.

BOLSO DE TERCIOPELO GRANATE ALEMANIA SIGLO XVI

BOLSO DE TERCIOPELO GRANATE ALEMANIA SIGLO XVI

Pair of ecclesiastical gloves        Spanish, 15th–16th century (about 1520)         Spain  Dimensions      L: 30 cm (11 13/16 in.)  Medium or Technique      Silk and gilt-silver yarns, knitted    Accession Number      38.1259a-b

Pair of ecclesiastical gloves

Knitted with pale greenish-blue silk with border on cuffs, bands on fingers and monogram IHS knitted with gold thread. Cuffs lined with taffeta silk, wrists edged with …

Glove Date:     ca. 1600 Culture:     British Medium:     Leather, silk and metal thread on cloth, sequins and lace Dimensions:     L. 14 x W. 5 1/4 inches (35.6 x 13.3 cm)

Glove | British | The Met

Glove Date: ca. 1600 Culture: British Medium: Leather, silk and metal thread on cloth, sequins and lace Dimensions: L. 14 x W. 5 1/4 inches (35.6 x 13.3 cm)

Mittens, c. 1600, now in the V & A in London

Mittens, c. 1600, now in the V & A in London

Pair of knitted gloves Spanish, possibly 16th century Spain Dimensions 26.0 x 16.5 cm (10.25 x 6.50 in.) Medium or Technique Silk and silver metallic thread knit, metallic fringe trim; silk and metallic ribbon lining (later addition) Accession Number 38.1252a-b

Pair of knitted gloves

Knitted with black silk and silver thread in design of diamond lattice over black and silver checks. Trimmed with silver fringe. Flaring cuffs stiffened with lining of …

Glove National Trust Inventory Number 1180733 Category	Costume Date	1570 - 1630

Glove 1180733

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