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Uppsala gown dress diary - Princess Thyra is going for this time period. #DancingQueen

Uppsala gown dress diary - Princess Thyra is going for this time period. #DancingQueen

Reproduction of the golden dress of Queen Margaret I of Denmark from Duran Textiles - See more at: http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/24270863049/reproduction-of-the-golden-dress-of-queen-margaret#sthash.mc0tfHVj.dpuf

Reproduction of the golden dress of Queen Margaret I of Denmark from Duran Textiles - See more at: http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/24270863049/reproduction-of-the-golden-dress-of-queen-margaret#sthash.mc0tfHVj.dpuf

Куклы в Народных Костюмах История костюма и культура края. Ссылки, фото, обсуждение • 11 страница • Форум о журнальных коллекциях Деагостини, Ашет, Eaglemoss

Куклы в Народных Костюмах История костюма и культура края. Ссылки, фото, обсуждение • 11 страница • Форум о журнальных коллекциях Деагостини, Ашет, Eaglemoss

Historisch angelehnt Oberkleid aus karierter, brauner Wolle. Habe im Nachhinein Reitschlitze eingezogen um mich mit dem Kleid auch mal auf's Pferd zu setzen. Historisch betrachtet ist das Tragen von Kleidung mit Reitschlitzen für Damen jedoch recht fragwürdig.

Historisch angelehnt Oberkleid aus karierter, brauner Wolle. Habe im Nachhinein Reitschlitze eingezogen um mich mit dem Kleid auch mal auf's Pferd zu setzen. Historisch betrachtet ist das Tragen von Kleidung mit Reitschlitzen für Damen jedoch recht fragwürdig.

Sarafan - Русская женская крестьянская одежда, род платья без рукавов, надеваемого поверх рубашки с длинными рукавами.

Sarafan - Русская женская крестьянская одежда, род платья без рукавов, надеваемого поверх рубашки с длинными рукавами.

This is incredible! This silk damask is woven by the Venetian Luigi Bevilacqua, who still weaves historic original patterns from their own collections. It was made on behalf of an English reenactment group of the 15th century, and is based on a portrait of Isabella of Portugal by Dutch painter Rogier van der Weyden c. 1450

This is incredible! This silk damask is woven by the Venetian Luigi Bevilacqua, who still weaves historic original patterns from their own collections. It was made on behalf of an English reenactment group of the 15th century, and is based on a portrait of Isabella of Portugal by Dutch painter Rogier van der Weyden c. 1450

Possibly the burial gown of Queen Margaret of Denmark, who died in 1412. The fabric was really splendid, a mixture of gold and silk.  The pattern consisted of 4 pattern-pieces, but every pattern-piece was sewn together from many smaller pieces of fabric, to make a more economic use of it. Sleeves were almost not preserved, but their remains indicate that the were probably long, up to the wrists, and narrow all the way.

Possibly the burial gown of Queen Margaret of Denmark, who died in 1412. The fabric was really splendid, a mixture of gold and silk. The pattern consisted of 4 pattern-pieces, but every pattern-piece was sewn together from many smaller pieces of fabric, to make a more economic use of it. Sleeves were almost not preserved, but their remains indicate that the were probably long, up to the wrists, and narrow all the way.

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