Elizabethan cosutme - back of gown

Elizabethan cosutme - back of gown

how to make an elizabethan collar | Rachael's costumes: Elizabethan Collar RED QUEEN

how to make an elizabethan collar | Rachael's costumes: Elizabethan Collar RED QUEEN

"Ulrik, Prince of Denmark, Son of Christian IV", ca. 1615, by Jacob van Dort (Dutch, 17th C.)

"Ulrik, Prince of Denmark, Son of Christian IV", ca. 1615, by Jacob van Dort (Dutch, 17th C.)

White Tudor Gown:

White Tudor Gown:

aleyma: “ School of Francois Clouet, Jacques de Savoie, Duc de Nemours, 1560-68 (source). ”

aleyma: “ School of Francois Clouet, Jacques de Savoie, Duc de Nemours, 1560-68 (source). ”

Elizabethan Standing Ruff Collar and Cuffs Custom Order for Caroline

Elizabethan Standing Ruff Collar and Cuffs Custom Order for Caroline

LARGE SIZE PAINTINGS: Alonso SANCHEZ COELLO

LARGE SIZE PAINTINGS: Alonso SANCHEZ COELLO

Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist | DRAPING & STITCHING

Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist | DRAPING & STITCHING

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gorgera

underside, Elizabethan ruff Per Noel: Between 150" and 180" (or more) of lace depending on the type of ruff, the width of the ruffle, and the neck measurement. But 150" to 180" is a good ballpark for a ruff of 3" wide or less on a 15" to 17" neckband.

underside, Elizabethan ruff Per Noel: Between 150" and 180" (or more) of lace depending on the type of ruff, the width of the ruffle, and the neck measurement. But 150" to 180" is a good ballpark for a ruff of 3" wide or less on a 15" to 17" neckband.

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