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St Swithun's Gate is from the century, Winchester, England, UK. Winchester is one of my favorite places to visit. Winchester Hampshire, Hampshire England, Winchester England, England Uk, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, St Swithuns, England And Scotland, English Countryside

St. Swithen's Gate - Winchester

St Swithun's Gate, Winchester is from the 15th century. It marks the boundary between the walled lands belonging to the Church and the walled town of Winchester. his shot is looking into the Church grounds from Winchester. The buildings are the Porter's lodge and Cheyne Court, both from the 1400's which still belong to the Winchester Cathedral. St. Swithen is, of course, the Patron Saint of the Cathedral, and is buried in it. St, Swithen's day is the 15th July There is a weather-rhyme is…

Act I scene ii Richard: Vouchsafe to wear this ring. [Medieval Gold Ring with Crystal century AD . A decorated finger ring with flat-section hoop decorated with panels of incised chevrons, square bezel with inset conical facetted crystal. Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Wiccan Jewelry, Antique Gold, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Jewelry Art

Medieval Gold Ring with Crystal - Mar 15, 2013 | TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in United Kingdom

Medieval Gold Ring with Crystal 14th-15th century AD . A decorated finger ring with flat-section hoop decorated with panels of incised chevrons, square bezel with inset conical facetted crystal.

Slippers Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: leather Dimensions: Length: 10 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number: Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Clothing, Renaissance Fashion, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, 16th Century Clothing, 16th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing

Slippers | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Waisted Efforts - Portfolio - Elizabethan, Tudor, and other Renaissance Festival Garb Elizabethan Clothing, Elizabethan Costume, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Elizabethan Era, Renaissance Mode, Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Clothing, Renaissance Fashion

Waisted Efforts - Portfolio - The Green Cumberland/Raleigh Suit 2

An excellent reproduction of the clothing worn by a well dressed Elizabethan gentleman.

Western Europe, late century - Gold, amethyst and enamel ring Sea Glass Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Jewelry Gifts, Gold Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Jewelry Design, Jewlery, Handmade Jewelry, Renaissance Jewelry

Antique Sapphire and Diamond More Rings - 11,689 For Sale at 1stdibs

RENAISSANCE GEMSTONE RING Western Europe, late 16th centuryGold, amethyst and enamel

Rare surviving Tudor chemise, Museum of Costume in Bath.Looks just like our kurta ! Renaissance Costume, Renaissance Clothing, Renaissance Fashion, Antique Clothing, Los Tudor, Tudor Era, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress

Rare surviving Tudor chemises with blackwork

Rare surviving Tudor chemises, probably Elizabethan. Linen decorated with fine blackwork embroidery. Undershirts, such as these, were worn by wealthy men and women throughout the Tudor period and into the Jacobean, with slight styling variations at cuffs and collar. Poorer people wore plain shirts of coarser fabric.

Carcanet or carcan is a jeweled collar or necklace, from the old French, carcan, meaning collar. Carcanets were typically quite elaborate and formal, and worn closely fitted. Renaissance Mode, Costume Renaissance, Elizabethan Costume, Elizabethan Fashion, Tudor Fashion, Elizabethan Era, Renaissance Jewelry, Fashion In, Medieval Jewelry

Photography and Carcanet necklaces

I have a new photography studio setup for product shots! My neighbor and dear friend Cory is a top-notch pro photographer with experience doing both portraits AND product shots, and he came over and we designed and built this frame setup and he had these used lights I've just ordered the last few things (my own reflecty umbrellas and a proper tripod) and anyway - Lookit what I can DO now!! (Shakespeare needs a little hair gel, it seems) In other news, that is only semi-related to the…

Middle or Merchant Class Elizabethan gown Mode Renaissance, Costume Renaissance, Medieval Costume, Renaissance Clothing, Renaissance Fashion, Medieval Dress, Historical Clothing, Steampunk Clothing, Old Dresses

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Partlet Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: Materials and Techniques: Linen, silk thread, silver thread, silver-gilt thread; Jacobean Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Hand Embroidery, Tambour Embroidery, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Elizabethan Fashion, Elizabethan Dress

Partlet | unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Woman's partlet of linen, 1605-20, British, embroidered with coloured silks, silver-gilt thread

Enameled gold chains from the Cheapside Hoard. The Cheapside Hoard is an "extraordinary and priceless treasure of late and early century jewels and gemstones. It was discovered in buried in a cellar on Cheapside in the City of London. Enamel Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Jewelry Necklaces, Jewellery, Bracelets, Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry

Jewelry in Elizabethan England

Enameled gold chains from the Cheapside Hoard. The Cheapside Hoard is an "extraordinary and priceless treasure of late 16th and early 17th century jewels and gemstones.... It was discovered in 1912, buried in a cellar on Cheapside in the City of London.

Lucy Hungerford Wife of Sir John St John, Kt (costume displaying the Hungerford Jewel) by British (English) School Date painted: Oil on canvas, 87 x 71 cm Collection: Lydiard House Elizabethan Era, Elizabethan Fashion, Family Tree Research, Tudor Era, School Portraits, Lady, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Portraits

Lucy Hungerford (1560–1598), Wife of Sir John St John, Kt | Art UK

1590s Lucy Hungerford, Lady St John, by an Unknown Artist. It simply doesn't have the skills and authority of Gheeraerts.