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16th Century

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Power dressing: The triangular shapes favoured by Charles I (left) and Elizabeth I emphasised their royal status

In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion , at Buckingham Palace, includes famous artworks from the Royal Collection, as well as some examples rare surviving garments from the period.

Princess of Montpensier - 2010 15th century, 16th century. Doublet, Cape, Capelet, Romeo, revels, faire, Elizabethan, Tudor, Renaissance

Princess of Montpensier - 2010 15th century, 16th century. Doublet, Cape, Capelet, Romeo, revels, faire, Elizabethan, Tudor, Renaissance

Isabel de Valois, Queen of Spain | Queen sabel de Valois (15… | Flickr

Queen sabel de Valois (1546-1568), third wife of Felipe II Author: Sanchez Coello, Alonso (ca1531 - 1588 ) Chronology: ca.1560 Painting localisation: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Gemäldegalerie Image source: www.marileecody.com

A stunning, 16th century English mansion on Guildford Estate...across the pond in Pennsylvania - Country Life

Guildford in Chestnut Hill is the perfect English country mansion with a rich history and beautiful views. Inspired by Sutton Place in Surrey, the stately home has found itself in quite a different setting on the other side of the world.

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Renaissance Dress / 16th century Kirtle PDF This is a costume tutorial, with instructions to draft and sew your very own 16th century Renaissance kirtle, with optional tie-on sleeves. This project is perfect for your next fantasy or reenactment event! This listing is for a Pattern Drafting and Sewing Tutorial that includes directions to create a Renaissance kirtle and sleeves. Because you will be drafting your pattern based on our layout and your measurements, it can fit any size. You can…

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