Pinterest • Maailman kätevin ideakuvasto

History of Hats | Gallery - Chapter 9 - Village Hat Shop

111
13

FANTASY & MEDIEVAL WONDERFULL FASHION

59
11

Gallery 2 17Th Century Bodice After Conservation Mounting

26

Basel_Woman_Turned_to_the_Left_Costume_Study_by_Hans_Holbein_the_Younger1520 by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr

76
6

another choice... from fairefinery

12

Back of the Pisa dress, the waistline does not come to a point. THE CRIMSON PISA DRESS, EARLY 1560s

26
5

ca. 1560 Italy, Florence. Red Dress of Pisa. Currently in the Museo di Palazzo Reale, Pisa. Believed to be from 1560, this is called the “Red Dress of Pisa.” It is a Florentine gown from the sixteenth century - it was found on a wooden effigy at San Matteo. It is housed at the Palazzo Reale di Pisa (Museum Nazionale). It is made of red velvet with gold couched trim.

45
2

Portrait of a lady returns to Dunham

Portrait of a lady thought to be Vere Egerton, Mrs William Booth, attributed to Robert Peake (1541-1619). Acquired with the assistance of the Art Fund.

7
1

Hat Date: late 16th century Culture: Austrian (probably)

30

This has been identified as a woman's pair of drawers, and shows an embroidered opening from waistband to crotch. Arnold describes them as "white linen drawers, or hose, embroidered with colored silks and gold and silver metal thread, possibly for a woman." the Metropolitan Museum of Art dates them to the late 16th century.

5