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10th Century | Sideless surcote, to be work over a plain, long sleeved, unfitted ...

Pellote of Enrique I is made of silk, gold on edges, Museum de Tales medieval, Burgos. Check out the dagged hem! Thanks Kathy Pierce!

Detail pictures from embroidered hanging (Germany, 14th century)

Detail pictures from embroidered hanging (Germany, century)

Elizabethan layers http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/9b/73/51/9b73515234858f3ba1216f82ca3c2bfb.jpg

Really lovely reproduction of the Anne of Austria dress as well as a nice visual of all the layers that go into a court gown.

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.

Effigies of Pierre d'Evreaux of Navarre, comte de Mortain (d. and his wife Catherine d'Alençon (d. from the tomb of Pierre. Catherine survived her husband by 50 years, she is represented as a young woman in the style of Detail of Catherine's clothing.

Atelier Verdande - love the rich materials, trim placement, big sleeves

I like the fur trim and the cool vertical trim running down the front. Atelier Verdande - love the rich materials, trim placement, big sleeves

This link goes to a gallery of period images of cotehardies.

cotehardie with interesting embellishment. Probably century, appears in The Belles Heures, which first appears in an inventory note of the Duke de Berry's possessions in

A replica of a damask from the 14th century Lucca, Italy. The original belongs to the state collections in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Silk Damask c. Cranes and Palmettes. A replica of a damask from the century Lucca, Italy. The original belongs to the state collections in Düsseldorf, Germany.

1300-1400 Book of Hours, English -Walters Art Museum  Shoes. Tippets. Pocket. All sort of nice things going on in this. Hair too!

Illustration From "The Book Of Hours" -- -- England -- The Walters Art Museum -- Baltimore, USA -- Medium ink, paint, gold and silver leaf on parchment -- Measurements Folio H: 8 x W: 5 in.

Effigy of Katherine Mortimer. According to Neulakko, belts were typically <1.5 cm wide.

Effigy of Katherine Mortimer. According to Neulakko, belts were typically cm wide.

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