Elizabethan Set 2 | Richard Jenkins Photography

When I think of what the women might have worn in the this is what I think they would have worn.

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats. 16th century, modern replica. #history

The newly crowned Queen of Masvora Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.

A gilt metal spherical watch case first half of the 16th century

A gilt metal spherical watch case first half of the century - It wouldn't surprise me if Orion had something similar.

ottoman furnishing fabric • 16th century silk velvet • made in Bursa to challenge Italian competition • stay with us at www.istanbulplace.com holiday apartments to see more of these in the museum collections there

Furnishing fabric

Furnishing fabric Place of origin: Bursa (city), Turkey (probably, made) Turkey (made) Date: late century Materials and Techniques: Silk velvet Museum number:

16th century diamond and enamel ring, now at Ranger’s House, London (© with kind permission of The Wernher Foundation)

Late diamond and enamel ring, set with no fewer than 26 diamonds and painstakingly enamelled, now at Ranger’s House, London.

16th Century renaissance suit, from red and gold velvet,  slashed and lined with gold silk jacquard.  Suit consists of a doublet with detachable sleeves with leather cuffs and collar,  trunk hose, cloak, chemise with redwork embro and bonnet (not in picture). Costume maker: Angela Mombers.

Century renaissance suit, from red and gold velvet, slashed and lined with gold silk jacquard. Suit consists of a doublet with detachable sleeves with leather cuffs and collar, trunk hose, cloak & chemise

"La Peregrina" 16th century part of royal spanish jewels was given to Mary Tudor…

"La Peregrina" century, part of royal spanish jewels, was given to Mary Tudor of England by her husband Philip II of Spain. The setting shown here is modern, with only the large pearl on the bottom being part of the original setting.

How to make an authentic 16th & 17th century style ruff.  For a step by step tutorial check our Facebook page. Made by Angela Mombers

This is a "how to" on how to make a cent. French ruff, but I'm going to use this as a lace reference.

French hood changes through the first half of 16th century

Evolution de la coiffure de 1500 à None of these styles involve loose hair flopping freely around, merely crowned by a hat. I don't understand why women who take such care otherwise in their tudor costumes do that. Put your hair away.

Tudor Period Gown with Removable Sleeves designed by Jessica Brandon                                                                                                                                                                                 More

16th century Peasant

Cape, 16th century, for a male or female. From the Musee Galliera.

Cape, allegedly Cannot find on the museum's website, and the museum only has clothing from century on. However, style and embroidery/appliqué could work for century, but also some of the more folksy century garments. The V&A has a similar red cape.

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