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Spanish Don

 

  The garment of a member of the middle rank Spanish nobility (ca 1580) consists of a linen shirt sewn according to the original in the Museo del Prado, a doublet designed according to the pattern of Juan de Alcega, short trunkhose made after alternated pattern taken from extant burial hose of Don Garcia de Medici, and a short cloak according to the Alcega’s pattern. A hat is a reconstruction according to the preserved piece stored in the Germanisches National Museum in Nuremberg. Accessories are starched ruffs and stockings with garters.

  Next pages show breeches according to the pattern of Diego de Freyle and details.

 
Tailor's - Catany, Chapines and low shoes, part 4
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Tailor's - Catany, Spanish Don, part 1