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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.

"""Eva's journal""" note to research more

"""Eva's journal""" note to research

ca. 1546 Lady, probably Margaret Douglas by William Scrots

Unknown Woman (Mary Tudor or Margaret Douglas?) by William Scrots, ca 1546

"""1587 - church brass of John and Susan Selwyn, Walton-on-Thames""" interesting hat on her, looks more like a 19th century riding hat that any of the other hats I've seen from this time period - very interesting!

1587 - drawing from a brass of John and Susan Selwyn, from Walton-on Thames church. Her loose gown might be a frock or gabardine. He wears a loose coat or cassock.

Melchior Lorch: A Woman from Altmark (1995.299) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A Woman from Altmark

A Woman from Altmark, 1570 Melchior Lorch (Danish, ca. Pen and brown ink 5 x 1 in. x cm) Monogrammed and dated, upper right: ML inscribed: Altte Marke Harry G.

from a woodcut from Cesare Vecellio's Renaissance Costume Book first printed in 1590.

Italophile Renaissance Figures: Noble Women from a woodcut from Cesare Vecellio's Renaissance Costume Book first printed in the year

Early 1600s -- French Corset  "Woman At Her Toilet"

Madame Isis' Toilette: century Woman at her toilet, French school, early century

'Girl with a Fan | Royal Collection Trust 1594'. This girl's jewellery is so rich that she must have been of the highest status. Her cuffs are embroidered with oak leaves (symbol of patience/strength of faith) and the border across her breast features a bunch of grapes (the 'True Vine' an attribute of Christ).

British School, century - Girl with a Fan

Queen of England. Album Amicorum of a German Soldier, 1595 Book/manuscript/album; Costume/textile works on paper, Gouache on paper, 6 x 4 in.

Jost Amman für Hans Weigel - FRANKEN: Foemina Franconia Orientalis quando in forum it. Ein Weib auß dem Franckenland 1577 http://www.pahor.de/data/product-list/53680.jpg

Jost Amman für Hans Weigel - FRANKEN: Foemina Franconia Orientalis quando in…

In 1704, an American girl named Eunice Williams was abducted by Kahnawake Mohawks. When her parents found her, they thought she would be relieved at the ch

In 1704, an American girl named Eunice Williams was abducted by Kahnawake Mohawks. When her parents found her, they thought she would be relieved at the ch

Reinette: English Portraits from 1540-1630

Frances Clinton, Lady Chandos by Hieronymus Custodis: 'Lady Frances' head appears to float on her large ruff. Her sleeves, bodice, and under-skirt are adorned with insect and column motifs.

Renaissance, Elizabethan Fitted English Gown by DesignsFromTime on Etsy

Fitted English,Flanders Gown with Under Sleeves, Renaissance Dress, Elizabethan, Middle and Merchant Class (Made To Order) INCLUDES FABRIC

Fitted English,Flanders Gown with Under Sleeves, Renaissance Dress, Elizabethan…

ca. 1571 Ann Danby (b.1534), Lady Calverley, Aged 37 by ? Lady Ann wears a simple farthingale with French sleeves and a cloth of gold under bodice and over-skirt in this 1571 portrait. The diamond-shaped lattice on the partlet, under-bodice, and under-skirt match. (Wallington Hall - Wallington, Northumberland UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

1571 Ann Danby Lady Calverley, Aged 37 by ? (Wallington Hall - Wallington, Northumberland UK) From Grand Ladies website

Lady's hat on the left, DeHeere 1570

Illustrations from Lucas de Heere’s Théâtre de tous les peuples et nations de la terre, Venetian courtesan and a widow English and German unmarried and married women

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