Renaissance

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La vie à la Renaissance - 16 e siècle

Elvina Benoist-Audiau
Mode élisabéthaine
Coiffes et coiffures
Aide à la réalisation
Enfants
corsets, vertugadins, kirtle, etc.
Dessins, illustrations
patrons
Broderies et tissus
Accessoires ( chaussures, gants, collerettes, partlet, etc.)
Messires de la Renaissance
Bijoux à la renaissance
Renaissance italienne
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Elizabeth Vernon, (1572-1655) Countess of Southampton, wife of Henry Wriothesley, lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I

Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, wife of Henry Wriothesley, lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I

Elizabeth Wriothesley (née Vernon), Countess of Southampton 11 January 1572 – 23 November 1655) was the chief lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I of England. She was born in Hodnet, Shropshire, England to John Vernon of Hodnet and Elizabeth Devereux. By her mother, Elizabeth was the great-granddaughter of Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and also of Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford, and a great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset and his wife Cecily…

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Four-hundred-something years before Meghan Markle had the power to send sheer pantyhose sales through the roof, it was Queen Elizabeth I who set the fashion

How Was Queen Elizabeth I Related To Mary Queen Of Scots?

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The ‘Hampden’ portrait, by Steven van der Meulen, ca. 1563.

Gloriana!—the Many Faces of Elizabeth I

Portraiture played an important role in the Elizabethan era. Queen Elizabeth's portraits conveyed the regal image of a powerful monarch—the steadfast, ageless force behind England. Owning paintings of the Queen was viewed as a status symbol. Robert

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33, part-Jewish feminist. MA in history/archives. INFJ/TP. Full time hobbit. Proud Bostonian. This blog is dedicated to photography, art/history, and period stills. Maybe I can send some inspiration your way for what to watch during the quarantine! I have a side blog dedicated exclusively to the UK called theladyoftheisles.

Coiffes et coiffures

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33, part-Jewish feminist. MA in history/archives. INFJ/TP. Full time hobbit. Proud Bostonian. This blog is dedicated to photography, art/history, and period stills. Maybe I can send some inspiration your way for what to watch during the quarantine! I have a side blog dedicated exclusively to the UK called theladyoftheisles.

Вдохновленная Ренессансом. Michelle Fennema и ее изысканные костюмы и головные уборы - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Вдохновленная Ренессансом. Michelle Fennema и ее изысканные костюмы и головные уборы - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

The Mistress Sydney--Wedgewood velvet, freshwater pearls, gold trim, gold thread, swarovski crystals, gold findings, brooch, ostrich and pheasant feathers.  Elizabethan bonnet designed and created by Michelle Fennema  2008.

The Mistress Sydney I by MichelleFennema on DeviantArt

Wedgewood velvet, freshwater pearls, gold trim, gold thread, swarovski crystals, gold findings, brooch, ostrich and pheasant feathers The Mistress Sydney I

House of the Purple Worms

Spanish style

Hairnet from 16th century found in St. Martin's Church, Szombathely, Hungary

Extant originals - European renaissance, Hairnet

Hairnet from 16th century found in St. Martin's Church, Szombathely, Hungary

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Aide à la réalisation

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Enfants

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corsets, vertugadins, kirtle, etc.

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Dessins, illustrations

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

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History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

This is our second post of the Renaissance. First we've talked about the Italian/Spanish Renaissance, and how fashion got big. When the Tudor monarchs ruled ov

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

This is our second post of the Renaissance. First we've talked about the Italian/Spanish Renaissance, and how fashion got big. When the Tudor monarchs ruled ov

patrons

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Broderies et tissus

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Accessoires ( chaussures, gants, collerettes, partlet, etc.)

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Messires de la Renaissance

1562 Burial clothes of Don Garzia de’ Medici (doublet, hose)

Golden Age

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Bijoux à la renaissance

Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria (1550s) p | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

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1550s: Large cross with 4 side pearls and pearl drop. Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria

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1550s: Large clear blue cabochon (sapphire?) set in gold enameled setting like a pocket watch with pearl drop. The Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria

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The Jewel Book of the Duchess Anna of Bavaria (1550s) 3

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Renaissance italienne

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History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

This is our second post of the Renaissance. First we've talked about the Italian/Spanish Renaissance, and how fashion got big. When the Tudor monarchs ruled ov

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

This is our second post of the Renaissance. First we've talked about the Italian/Spanish Renaissance, and how fashion got big. When the Tudor monarchs ruled ov

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

History of Fashion: Renaissance - The Tudors

This is our second post of the Renaissance. First we've talked about the Italian/Spanish Renaissance, and how fashion got big. When the Tudor monarchs ruled ov

Elizabeth Vernon, (1572-1655) Countess of Southampton, wife of Henry Wriothesley, lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I

Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, wife of Henry Wriothesley, lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I

Elizabeth Wriothesley (née Vernon), Countess of Southampton 11 January 1572 – 23 November 1655) was the chief lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I of England. She was born in Hodnet, Shropshire, England to John Vernon of Hodnet and Elizabeth Devereux. By her mother, Elizabeth was the great-granddaughter of Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and also of Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford, and a great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset and his wife Cecily…

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You Won't Believe What Went Into Margot Robbie's Wild Transformation Into Queen Elizabeth

The Team Behind Margot Robbie's Mind-Blowing Transformation Into Queen Elizabeth Spills the Tea

Four-hundred-something years before Meghan Markle had the power to send sheer pantyhose sales through the roof, it was Queen Elizabeth I who set the fashion

How Was Queen Elizabeth I Related To Mary Queen Of Scots?

Depending on whom you asked, Mary and Elizabeth both had claim to the British throne.

I Love Amy Jo: October 2011

I Love Amy Jo

I Love Amy Jo: October 2011

The ‘Hampden’ portrait, by Steven van der Meulen, ca. 1563.

Gloriana!—the Many Faces of Elizabeth I

Portraiture played an important role in the Elizabethan era. Queen Elizabeth's portraits conveyed the regal image of a powerful monarch—the steadfast, ageless force behind England. Owning paintings of the Queen was viewed as a status symbol. Robert

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.: Photo

33, part-Jewish feminist. MA in history/archives. INFJ/TP. Full time hobbit. Proud Bostonian. This blog is dedicated to photography, art/history, and period stills. Maybe I can send some inspiration your way for what to watch during the quarantine! I have a side blog dedicated exclusively to the UK called theladyoftheisles.

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.

Home is now behind... the world is ahead.: Photo

33, part-Jewish feminist. MA in history/archives. INFJ/TP. Full time hobbit. Proud Bostonian. This blog is dedicated to photography, art/history, and period stills. Maybe I can send some inspiration your way for what to watch during the quarantine! I have a side blog dedicated exclusively to the UK called theladyoftheisles.

Вдохновленная Ренессансом. Michelle Fennema и ее изысканные костюмы и головные уборы - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Вдохновленная Ренессансом. Michelle Fennema и ее изысканные костюмы и головные уборы - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

The Mistress Sydney--Wedgewood velvet, freshwater pearls, gold trim, gold thread, swarovski crystals, gold findings, brooch, ostrich and pheasant feathers.  Elizabethan bonnet designed and created by Michelle Fennema  2008.

The Mistress Sydney I by MichelleFennema on DeviantArt

Wedgewood velvet, freshwater pearls, gold trim, gold thread, swarovski crystals, gold findings, brooch, ostrich and pheasant feathers The Mistress Sydney I

House of the Purple Worms

Spanish style