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c1585, English Provincial Lady, Derbyshire The dress looks more 1550s than 1580s to me. Maybe because she's from the provinces?

English Provincial Lady, Derbyshire The dress looks more than to me. Maybe because she's from the provinces?

1571, This is what we call today "English Fitted Gown" of the 1560's to early 1570's.  She has a damask kirtle, with a overgown could be woolen.

This is what we call today "English Fitted Gown" of the to early She has a damask kirtle, with a overgown could be woolen.

Portrait of an Unknown Lady (possibly Anne Paget, Lady Sharington, d.1608) Master of the Countess of Warwick (active 1567–1569) (circle of) National Trust, Lacock Abbey,

1565 Master of the Countess of Warwick - Portrait of an Unknown Lady (possibly Anne Paget, Lady Sharington)

English-bourgeoisie-and-merchant, via Flickr (fionasfancies). Lucas de Heere.

1570 English Female Merchant Class Artist: Lucas De Heere (Note: apply from the mid onwards for merchant/Middle class and gentry).

c1595, English Noblewoman Wearing an Embroidered Bodice and Surviving Elizabethan Embroidered Bodice Piece

English Noblewoman Wearing an Embroidered Bodice, and Surviving Elizabethan Embroidered Bodice Piece, circa

1568 Portrait of an Unknown Woman. Unknown Artist (English School) (c) Ninya Mikhaila of Tudor Tailor.

1568 Portrait of an Unknown Woman. Unknown Artist (English School) (c) Ninya Mikhaila of Tudor Tailor. - ruff, necklace - middling to upper-class

This week I thought we'd take a look at a specific object. In particular an English coif from the collection of the Metropolitain Museum of Art, Antonio Ratti Textile Center. Fig 1: Coif, 64.101.12...

This week I thought we’d take a look at a specific object. In particular an English coif from the collection of the Metropolitain Museum of Art, Antonio Ratti Textile Center.

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