Camille Havel
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The 'everyday dress' is of a wool/linen weave in a white and green diamond pattern, probably from around 1550

Cockatrice: Extant Dresses in Pisa: Updates on sewing and construction techniques from the Costume Colloquium Florence. The 'everyday dress' is of a wool/linen weave in a white and green diamond pattern, probably from around

elizabethan jacket; late 16th cent.; colored silk on linen; bath museum of fashion

Bath Museum of Fashion Late coloured-silk-embroidered linen jacket. Back (c) Fashion Museum, Bath & NE Somerset

coif

Woman's coif English, late century England Dimensions 27 x 43 cm x 16 in.) Medium or Technique Linen plain weave embroidered with silk and metallic thread Accession Number

1497 Wenceslas_Hollar_-Woman with coiled hair, after Dürer tight front tucks below opening,with larger tucks / pleats at waist seam. Embellished chemise or under-dress.

The Fürlegerin with Braided Hair circa 1497 Wenceslas_Hollar_-Woman with coiled hair, after Dürer tight front tucks below opening,with larger tucks / pleats at waist seam.

ca. 1520 Detail of smocking on the Mary of Hungary gown. Tiny pleats and tiny stitches.  Here's a different link that shows more photos and some descriptions:  http://frazzledfrau.glittersweet.com/mary/

Detail of embroidered bodice and smocking on the wedding gown of Mary of Hungary for her marriage to Lajos IV,