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European baroque

Extant originals or exact scientific reconstruction. No need to annotate; elegance, quality of fabrics and workmanship speak itself.

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Jerkin and plunderhose

end of 16th/beginning of 17th century, Chateau Cesky Krumlov

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Toga of Venice Procurator

from17th century, Museo Correr, Venice. Source - aneafiles.webs.com

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Cologne middle class clothing

made at the beginning of 17th century, Abegg-Stiftung Foundation

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Wedding clothing

made in 1604 or 1607, Historische museum Dresden

 
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Parlet

made in Italy in 1610. In: J. Harison, 5000 Ans de Textiles, 1993

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Jacket

for Lady was tailored in 1610-15 in England. Boston Museum of Fine Art.

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Gown

made in 1610 - 15 of silk and fustian. Viktoria and Albert Museum

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Jerkin and trousers

beginning of 17th century, Chateau Cesky Krumlov

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Clothing of Adam Parzniewski

(+1612). In: Ubiory v Polsce, Gutkovska-Rychlewska

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Jacket

Jakobite jacket decorated by colorful silk embroidery originate c. 1620, Bath Costume Museum, England

 
Extant originals - European renaissance, part 12
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