A painting of a costume that would have been in style from around the middle ages or before the 16th century.

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C.1450 Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers. Materials : buckram, wire, silk, padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen.

Costumes: Medieval - Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers. Materials : buckram, wire, silk, padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen.

Truncated hennin in wool and millinery buckram....I had an exact replica of this particular color with brooch, designed for myself to go with my own Houppelande gown...pictures will proceed next week when the Guilford CTRF takes place

Truncated hennin in wool and millinery buckram.the resemblances are uncanny, particularly since the lovely lady that made MY gown and hennin, had never seen this picture

Reinette: Valois Princesses dressed in a Houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil

Marie de Bourgogne, by Henry Leys Valois princess dressed in a houppelande gown and a bluntcated hennin atop her her head finished with a sheer veil.

The Hennin. 15th century headdress. Medieval fashion.

Late Middle Ages Hair and Headdress: Hairstyles and headdresses were initially wide rather than high. It was unusual for women's hair to be uncovered, as it was often hidden under a veil.

Atelier Hennin- Textile Art

Atelier Hennin- Textile Art

C.1450 Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers.  Materials : buckram, wire,  silk,  padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen.

Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers. Materials : buckram, wire, silk, padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen. no glaring errors at all]

The hennin was the most expensive hair-dress styled in styled in cone or steeple shape. This hair-dress had wired frame which was covered by fabric and had an attached veil.

Fashion History Costume The hennin was the most expensive hair-dress styled in styled in cone or steeple shape. This hair-dress had wired frame which was covered by fabric and had an attached veil.

Medieval Clothing - Hennin Hat

Medieval Clothing - Hennin Hat

Atelier Hennin- Textile Art

Atelier Hennin- Textile Art

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