Effigy of Katherine Mortimer. According to Neulakko, belts were typically <1.5 cm wide.
Katherine Malley (1384-1460), wife of Ralph Greene (he d. 1417) 1420, St Peter's Church, Lowick, Northamptonshire, England.
Selection of female weepers from effigy of Thomas Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, St. Mary's, Warwick, England, c. 1369.
Germany Wertheim Stiftskirche Uta of Teck 1409 13th & 14th Century Female Civilian Costume Monumental effigy and brass timeline
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French, Head of a Noblewoman, 14th century. Marble; H: 11 3/4 in. Milwaukee Art Museum, Gift of The William Randolph Hearst Foundation through the Milwaukee Sentinel M 1958.67. Photo by John Nienhuis.
Effigies of Pierre d'Evreaux of Navarre, comte de Mortain (d. 1412) and his wife Catherine d'Alençon (d. 1462) from the tomb of Pierre. Catherine survived her husband by 50 years, she is represented as a young woman in the style of 1412. Detail of Catherine's clothing.