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Squirrels do Sew: Buttonholes - Why make it good when you can make i...

Darling Details ❤~detailed stitching around buttonhole from Squirrels do Sew: Buttonholes - Why make it good when you can make it fabulous?

17th Century Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Period Costumes, Elizabethan Fashion, Dutch Women, Baroque Fashion, Fantasy Clothes

An excellent example of a 1640's waistcoat with full sleeves and deep skirts.

An excellent example of a waistcoat with full sleeves and deep skirts.

North European Pair of Spurs, early 17th century

North European Pair of Spurs, early century

1600-1650 approximately

1600-1650 approximately

17th century spurs in Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

century spurs in Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

17th Century French Cavalier Spurs

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Swiss Mordaxte  Dated: circa 1606-36 Place of Origin: Kanton Zurich Maker: probably Hans Balthasar Erhardt Measurements: head length 22.2 cm. Overall length 91.8 cm

Swiss Mordaxte Dated: circa Place of Origin: Kanton Zurich Maker: probably Hans Balthasar Erhardt Measurements: head length cm.

State Glaive (Cousa) for the Guard of Maximilian II of Austria.  Artist/maker unknown, Southern German or Austrian. Made for the "Hartschiere" guard of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II, ruled 1564 - 1576. Dated 1564.

State Glaive (Cousa) for the Guard of Maximilian II of Austria. Artist/maker unknown, Southern German or Austrian. Made for the "Hartschiere" guard of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II, ruled 1564 - Dated

Arm the Armour

Arm the Armour

Pow! Gheyn, Jacob de, 1565-1629. Maniement d’armes, d’arquebuses, mousquetz, et piques, 1607.  War 4076.08.3  Houghton Library, Harvard University

hyperallergic: Harvard University’s Houghton Library transformed Gheyn, Jacob de’s “Maniement d’armes,… View Post

A Young Nobleman

A Young Nobleman

Muzeum Cyfrowe dMuseion - Portret Leo (Lwa) Tyszkiewicza h. Leliwa (?-przed 1515), kasztelana lubelskiego

Muzeum Cyfrowe dMuseion - Portret Leo (Lwa) Tyszkiewicza h.

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