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Doublet

made of padded and embroidered leather, France, c.1580. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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Leather Doublet

made around 1580 - 1610 for a boy. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nurmberg.

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Spanish Ropa

from 1580, deposited in Germanisches National Museum, Nurmberg.

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Inner Dress

from 1580, deposited in Germanisches National Museum, Nurmberg.

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Doublet

from 1580, located in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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Corset

made in France in 1580-1600. In: Moda - ze sbirek Ustavu Kjoto, Taschen, 2003

 
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Breeches of Flavio Orsini

from 1581 are deposited in Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino.

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Smock and shirt

a man's shirt, c.1580-1590 (left) and a woman's smock, c.1610 (right). Both are of fine, tightly woven linen and embroidered with black silk. Costume museum of Bath

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Cloak

made in France in 1580-1600 is now part of Victoria and Albert Museum's collection, London.

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Cloak with Hood

from 1580 - 1620 belongs to the Germanisches National Museum's collection. Nurmberg.

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Shirt

from 1581 - 90 from the Museum of London's collection.

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Clothing of Filipo de Medici

boy's clothing (1586) in Cappella Medicee in Florence.

 
Extant originals - European renaissance, part 10
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
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