brown and sports red and blue feathers. His brown shoes show red through the slashings. The woman's gown is of scarlet, with puffs of white chemise showing. The skirt of the gown is edged with gold braid, as is the hem of the blue petticoat. Her coif consists of loops of blue ribbon, trimmed with wired red and yellow ostrich plumes.
English courtiers. He wears a long doublet of red wool trimmed with darker-red bands. Slashing shows his white shirt. His sleeves are of the same red wool, with the lined slashings of the puffed upper sleeve the same as the bands of the doublet. He wears white hose and white leather ca. 1520
shoes. The lady wears a dark-blue bodice and skirt with the upper sleeves in gold brocade; the lower sleeves are black with gold braid. Her gable coif is gold in color, with black velvet lappets. She wears a gold-color girdle.
France, ca. 1530
This French lady wears a green satin gown with slashed gold-color sheer fabric are embroidered and pearl studded, puffs showing a lavender lining. The shoulders and caul of The girdle and the crown are gold color.
France, ca. 1530
This French gentleman wears a blue gown slashed to show gold embroidered band on the doublet and he wears a gold a dark-blue lining. His shirt, doublet, sleeves, trunk-hose, chain on his shoulders, and hose are white. The slashed shoes are blue. There is a
Italy, ca. 1530
This young woman's Italian gown is burnt-orange velvet below the bodice. Her cap is made of both curled and flat with gold embroidered trim. Her white chemise is puffed gold ribbon.
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