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Anonymous Book of Hours, 1300-1400 - loving the pocket and other details

Illustration From "The Book Of Hours" -- -- England -- The Walters Art Museum -- Baltimore, USA -- Medium ink, paint, gold and silver leaf on parchment -- Measurements Folio H: 8 x W: 5 in.

La Cotte Simple - Fitted Dress necklines - lots of pictures and some musings on various trending styles for fitted gowns.

Roman d’Alexandre, Tournai, Oxford, Bodley Ms. 264 Buttons down the front of the red dress?

second quarter of the 14th century (1325-1350 (1340?)), French - Paris   Bibliothèque nationale de France Français 761: Artus le Restauré fol. 25v - engagement of Hector de Blois and Aalis http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b84478715/f1.planchecontact.r=roman%20de%20fauvel.langEN

Check out that frufru on the veil! second quarter of the century French - Paris - Bibliothèque nationale de France -Français Artus le Restauré fol. - engagement of Hector de Blois and Aalis

Yvain's fine clothes and handsome appearance certainly make a good impression on Laudine's people. How did people dress in those days?

century - teal orange and green!

A Commonplace Book: Aristocratic Dress, c. 1380 ... maybe from a tapestry from Arras c1380-1400

A Commonplace Book: Aristocratic Dress, c. 1400 Tapestry of Jourdain de Blaye in Padua

14th century (ca.1365) France Le Roman de la Rose, University of Chicago Library MS 1380 fol. 5r detail Special Collection Research Center, University of Chicago Library. Image courtesy of The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University. http://roseandchess.lib.uchicago.edu/rose.html

century France Le Roman de la Rose, University of Chicago Library MS 1380 fol. detail Special Collection Research Center, University of Chicago Library. Image courtesy of The.

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