Barbora Vojáčková

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Two hat frames from the Museum of London, to the left, gable, to the right, conjectured French hood. Or maybe an ear iron. (Is this the one they re-catalogued?

""16th c. The Red dress of a Lady of Pisan court can be seen in Moda a Firenze and was found on a wooden effigy at San Matteo convent, seen in pictures 2 and 3. It had been said to belong to Eleanora d'Toledo as it is very similar in construction technique and style. Recently it has been suggested that it did not belong to Eleanora but belonged to an unknown Lady of the Court of Pisa ""

Cockatrice: Extant Dresses in Pisa: Updates on sewing and construction techniques from the Costume Colloquium Florence. from an article about the construction of the dress

verdugado 16-17 cen photo by fiberferret

verdugado cen photo by fiberferret

Early 17th century Tuscan dress in cut velvet of bright green. Found at Laboratorio Centre Restauri Tesseli

Early century Tuscan dress in cut velvet of bright green. Found at Laboratorio Centre Restauri Tesseli

Extant dress, in which only the front bodice and skirt is preserved, from mid or late 1500s (Palazzo Reale, Pisa).

"""""Extant dress, in which only the front bodice and skirt is preserved, from mid or late (Palazzo Reale, Pisa).""""" ----technically Italian, but shares shape and function of northern petticoat bodies.

ELEONORA DI TOLEDO'S FUNERAL DRESS, EARLY 1560s

Eleonora di Toledo's funeral dress, ca. 1562 (Palazzo Pitti, Florence), hem stiffened with wool felt.

"Extant Clothing - Funeral Dress of Eleonora de Toledo." Bodice. Very pretty, (...though it does look like someone may have been murdered while wearing it...)

While most corsets - also called stays - were worn underneath dresses, this particular one was part of a funeral dress and worn overtop. Click-through link also displays the full dress. Funeral dress of Eleonora of Toledo, Florence, Galleria del Costume.