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Francis Classe (Master Vyncent ate Wodegate)- A Florentine Outfit in the Style of the 1560s

A Florentine Outfit in the Style of the Inspired by Don Garzia de Medici’s burial suit, and a portrait of Charles IX, created by Francis Classe

Black corduroy doublet and slops with gold ribbon trim based on Francis IV for a little boy

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, Medieval - Medieval Clothing - Medieval Costume (Man) - Giornea velvet with fur trim, the Italian artists.

I'm going to die..... THAT FREAKING CLOAK IS AMAZING!

Ramirez in full costume including peacock feather cloak (fantasy, based on c menswear)

This dress is in the style of late Italian Renaissance fashion, and is made from green silk taffeta after a painting by Kempeneer, and trimmed with gold strips. first half of the 16th century, Italy. Gorgeous!

This dress is in the style of late Italian Renaissance fashion, and is made from green silk taffeta after a painting by Kempeneer, and trimmed with gold strips. first half of the century, Italy.

Costume made for a 1530s Groom of the Buckhounds in the household of Henry VIII. Full length slashed cross cut hose, silk camlet doublet and coat of broadcloth. Made to the specifications listed in the wardrobe accounts of 1538/1539. Made for JMD&Co at Hampton Court Palace

Costume made for a Groom of the Buckhounds in the household of Henry VIII. Full length slashed cross cut hose, silk camlet doublet and coat of broadcloth. Made to the specifications listed in the wardrobe accounts of Made for JMDCo at Hampton Court Palace

1530's base layer for servant, silk doublet alternate, by Tudor Tailor

'Principality of Fenswick (Glantri;) base layer for servant, silk doublet alternate, by Tudor Tailor]

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