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Mysha, the goldsmith

   The author of small scale artworks lives in Brno. Her email is myshaKRSHA@seznam.cz.

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Gear of the noble woman

consists of tiaras, shoe buckles and brooches (1st halt of 14th century)

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Gear of the noble man

contains a tiara, rings and buckles and tongue-pieces for belts (1st halt of 14th century)

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Medieval buckles and brooches

Buckles were functional decoration used to pin together clothes. (14th century)

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Cloak buckles

Cloak buckles consist of two identical parts, which were fastened (sewn) at the edges of a cloak and served to fastening.

 
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Pomander

The decorative capsule for aromatic herbs or a piece of fabric impregnated with aromatic essences.

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Royal crown

The crown for the Queen (14th century).

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Reliquary

The reliquary was used for a decent preservation of holy relics, which were highly appreciated.

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Pins and points

Pins and points are small goods used by all social layers.

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Early renaissance jewelry set

This jewelry set (pendant and set of buttons) was made as a part of a Jane Seymour dress reconstruction.

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Renaissance pendant

This pendant was made as a part of an Anna dŽAustria dress reconstruction.

 
Tailor's - Costume Gallery, part 2
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Tailor's - Mysha, the goldsmith, part 2