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Jirina Myskova

   She sews historical costumes mainly for period dance exhibitions at least for 17 years. Her main aim was to achieve pattern authenticity. Sometimes was necessary to use not period material. She is also interested in recreation of embroidery techniques. Everything is hand made including accessories - bags, headdresses and occasionally shoes. Contact email.

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Embroidered Cotte

of light linen with vinous embroidery. Ca 1350.

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Blue surcotte

made of blue velvet shown with red linen cotte. Approximately 1350.

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Czech bag

It is made of blue velvet with embroidered applications with motives of Czech lions and St. Venceslav eagles.

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Robe

Dress made according to the Petrus Christus paiting (1469). A shaped over dress is of gold black brocade. 

 
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Durer dress

German dress belonging to the first half of 16th century. Clothing is made of dark blue linen. 

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German renaissance bag

It is based on period paintings (ca 1520). The base is made of red sateen. At the upper part is hand made lace remaining reticella. 

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Lace maker

Costume inspired by wall painting of Rozmberg castle from the middle of 16th century.

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Sweet bag

Sweet bag is based on extant piece located in VA Museum from third quarter of 16th century. 

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Bobbin laces

Bobbin laces made of linen, cotton and metallic threads according to patterns from late 16th and early 17th century

 
Tailor's - Mme Chantberry, part 3
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi 2006
Tailor's - Hanka, part 1