Elizabeth Woodville (c.1437–1492), Queen Consort to King Edward IV, Earlier the Wife of Sir John Grey | Art UK
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Who's who in the Nevill universe 2. The Middle Nevills
[This blog has moved to http://nevillfeast.wordpress.com/ ] This group includes the Salisburys' children and Fauconberg's children. It's ...
16th Century Saxon hauben (snood thing)
As I am working on a 16th c Cranach gown (saxon), I need to create the appropriate accessories. I have started with headwear as I already have my first attempt at a dress. Many of the paintings by Cranach show women wearing what appear to be snoods –woven nets to keep hair bundled up and clean. So I created the snood below (Figure 1). Originally I was happy with the outcome of this project as this is the first time I’ve used precious stones and pearls on any of my medieval costumes. I felt…
Detail: The Life and Miracles of Saint Godelieve, last quarter of 15th century
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Isabella of Bourbon, Countess of Charolais
Charles the Bold was married three times. The first two marriages occurred when he was the Count of Charolais before he became Duke of Burgundy. His first marriage, when they were children, was to …