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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.

Stockings, Boiled Wool

From our Friends at Historic Enterprises At last, the historically correct legwear for women! Our ladies' stockings are made of wool jersey and are sized t

German Goldhaube Cap of Silk, Gold, and Pearls: Pattern, Instructions, Documentation, and Notes

German Goldhaube cap with pearls! Includes a complete material list, pattern, instructions, and notes. Created by Genoveva at GermanRenaissance.

Vlaardingen Viking Shoe                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

Vlaardingen Viking Shoe

The Vlaardingen Viking shoe is a turn shoe, constructed and sewn by hand. Linen thread is used for the edge-to-edge seam to connect the ends of the single-piece upper shoe together and uses the edge-t

I'd wear dresses like this all the time if I could. SH: I pretty much agree, although some other historic fashions would be wonderful to wear, too!<---Eleniel wears this kind of thing when she lives in Itlilien.

Slavic shoes based on the design found on a discovery from Opole (Poland), c. 11th-12th centuries. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/465418942714370724/

5 Eleventh Doctor Outfits That Weren't As Cool As Bowties

Wonder what time period this is? Cotehardie - Bonus: It's the same gown as Miranda's wearing in the Tempest painting by John William Waterhouse