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Jane Seymour 

  The outfit made according to a portrait of 3rd Henry VIII's wife by Hans Holbein, 1537 (The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, Haag). The outfit is hand-sewn according to patterns in  The Tudor Tailor, some methods were fitted to the portrait. The dress is made of 11 m of half-silk velvet and consists of the dress with the train and turn-back sleeves and separate stomacher, which is pinned over the front lacing of dress. 50 brass pins are made by M. Kršková. The dress is embroidered with a gold thread and completed with girdle and necklace made of real pearls and gilded metal components, a brass pendant with a ruby and padparadža (Kršková). The folded foresleeves of silk satin with brass buttons with a glass stone and garnets (Kršková) are tied up to turn-back sleeves.

Tailor's - Hanka, Jane Seymour, part 1
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi © 2006
Tailor's - Hanka, Jane Seymour, part 3