14th Century Clothing

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GERMANY. Authentic plague doctor mask, presumably 14th century. // The "beak" would be stuffed with herbs to protect the doctor from the miasma that carried the plague.

GERMANY. Authentic plague doctor mask, presumably 14th century. // The "beak" would be stuffed with herbs to protect the doctor from the miasma that carried the plague.

Purse depicting lovers, worked in Paris c. 1340 Linen embroidered in silk in split, chain, stem and knot stitches, the background of gold threads couched with red silk

Purse depicting lovers, worked in Paris c. 1340

Linen embroidered in silk in split, chain, stem and knot stitches, the background of gold threads couched with red silk. Museum of London? 'Medieval Craftsmen: Embroiderers' by Kay Staniland pg 43

Helmet, from Nuremberg (iron), 14th century

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Early 15th c gold brocade dress of Margareta (1353 – 1412), Queen of Denmark, Sweden, & Norway. The world's only preserved ball gown from the Middle Ages has been at Uppsala Cathedral since the 1600s.

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Early 15th c gold brocade dress of Margareta (1353 – 1412), Queen of Denmark, Sweden, & Norway. The world's only preserved ball gown from the Middle Ages has been at Uppsala Cathedral since the 1600s.

Chemise 14th century

Extant originals - European medieval, Chemise

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda Date: 14th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on canvas Dimensions: Overall: 6 x 5 5/8in. (15.2 x 14.3cm) Accession Number: 27.48.2 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This embroidered scene depicts the popular medieval tale of Griselda, a poor maiden who was tested long and cruelly by her noble husband and thus exemplifies ideal Christian patience. The story appeared in various forms, the best known of which is "The Clerk’s Tale" in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

14th century Swedish shoe

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Jean de Bourbon (1381–1434)

Jean de Bourbon (1381–1434)