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British School, Portrait of a Gentleman, probably of the West Family c.1550 TP20> SEE ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT ARTICLE

Tate’s Painting of a Man in Tudor Costume: A Sixteenth-Century Portrait or a Nineteenth-Century Pastiche?

The kirtle was a garment that supported the bust and created the correct silhouette for the period.

The kirtle was a garment that supported the bust and created the correct silhouette for the period. - This is a great simple design for a peasant or artisan level citizen in Tudor England!

Making a Gored Kirtle Pattern   used with apron dress later period just past the Viking Age (post 12000)

Making a Gored Kirtle Pattern used with apron dress later period just past the Viking Age (post dreamstone?

Queen Elizabeth II's coronation took place on 2 June 1953. Ordered in October 1952, it took eight months of research, design and workmanship to make the intricate embroidery of her coronation gown. It featured the floral emblems of the countries of the United Kingdom and those of the other states within the Commonwealth of Nations, including the English Tudor rose, Scots thistle, Welsh leek, Irish shamrock, Canadian maple leaf, Australian wattle, New Zealand silver fern, South African…

Queen Elizabeth II& Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework,

17th century waistcoat, with more pictures, research, and construction.

century waistcoat, with more pictures, research, and construction. This is a perfect example of the dress of the common woman during the Civil War period.

Love this French Hood, not sure the dangling pearl drop is period, but it is lovely.

Love this French Hood, not sure the dangling pearl drop is period.

Margaret (Madge) Shelton and Mary Shelton (1510/15 – 1570/71)[1] were two sisters in Tudor England, one of whom may have been a mistress of King Henry VIII. Recent research has indicated that they were the same person

Portrait of Mary, Lady Heveningham. Hans Holbein the Younger. Margaret (Madge) Shelton and Mary Shelton (died were two sisters in Tudor England, one of whom may have been a mistress.

Catherine Parr (1512-48) Henry VIII's last wife by Master John, 1545 (one of the prettiest Tudor portraits) Parr. Note from Bron Larner "A most interesting work: always said historically to be Parr, re-labelled by Strong, and recently reattributed, I think, by a scholar working with jewel inventories."

Master John (floruit Title Portrait of Catherine Parr Description English: Catherine Parr, last and sixth wife of Henry VIII of England. Formerly thought to be Lady Jane Grey. Date circa 1545

Tudor headwear that were worn during King Henry VIII’s reign. These are the French hood and the English or, as is more commonly termed now, the Gable Hood.

Tudor Era Headress Patterns for Women SKU: Period Pattern No. 52 Patterns for 17 women's headdresses covering the Tudor era (c

This evening coat readily includes iconography of the Tudors with a Tudor rose pattern alongside the silhouette of alternative 16th century negligées in the full sleeves, standing collar and unfitted style.

Evening Coat House of Worth 1900 Historicism was a major hallmark of the House of Worth beginning with Charles Frederick Worth’s interest in studying historical costume through museum research. This evening coat readily includes iconography of the.

Evening coat (image 2) | House of Worth | French | 1900 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.94

Haute Couture Charles Frederick Worth evening coat dress gown circa from 1900 by designer Jean Philippe Worth.

Texas Renaissance Festival - German gown  I've probably pinned this before, but I love it! Love the colours and the tasteful fur, and the feathered hat...

41 Incredible Ren Faire Costumes ...

Texas Renaissance Festival - German gown I've probably pinned this before, but I love it! Love the colours and the tasteful fur, and the feathered hat… pinned by steven r