clothes of Markéta Magdaléna von Spernak.
fictitious history person from court of the Polish and Czech queen widow Elizabeth Richenza.
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top dress - surcotte brocade cotton
top dress - surcotte wool
underdress - cotte silk, brocade
surcotte brocade cotton
My daughter´s dress Top dress - wool underdress - satin Coif - leinen, brocade
upper dress brocade
uper dress linen
underdress - Cotte wool
Katja Inspiration från Battle of Wisby 2013
Wimple 14th Century Plantagenet (14th century):
A long sleeved red linen kirtle! This is early 15th century.
not sure if period; followed the links to the Norgwegian museum it came from, but there's no info on the piece itself, aside from the museum having acquired it in 1941 - not even whence or how they acquired it. It's *beautiful*, though.
Totally gorgeous. I wouldn't do the front slash though - and I love the low neckline, but is it correct? If I can find proof it is, I'd love something like that... (without the fur)
A Stitch In Time-Blog by a medieval archaeologist specializing in garment reconstruction and historic tailoring techniques.
http://www.heorot.co.nz/hall/wardrobe/ Blue Velvet Houppelande I made this for Southron Gaard 20th Anniversary - October 2002 and was very grateful for its warmth. It is dark blue velvet lined with a light lining taffeta and inter-lined with a heavy lineny type fabric. The sleeves and collar are lined with a very rich blue/gold brocade which I have quite a bit more of for making a bourrelet with.
Gold crispinettes with pearls - Kat's hat's website about medieval head ware
Cotehardie- a bit more period aside from the detachable tippets.