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Мастерская и последователи Лукаса Кранаха I (Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1472-1553, German artist) \8\ . Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Cranach Digital Archive, unknown date or actual attribution, but it resembles enough of Lucas Cranach's style to be viable

Sapphire & Sage - Renaissance Medieval Jeweled Collar/Carcanet of Office/State Collection

Hilliard's Henry VIII Portrait Replication Tudor Jeweled Collar of State / Office

Diana Renaissance Long Cotiere Necklace www.sapphireandsage.com  Wear alone as a longer necklace or pair it with a matching choker-style carcanet necklace for a Renaissance period parure (sample parures shown). The acrylic stones used in this longer-length cotiere necklace are 18x13mm smooth domed cabochons and 8mm hand-wired glass pearls. Traditionally, cotieres were worn tucked into one's bodice...but today, anything goes!

Wear alone as a longer necklace or pair it with a matching choker-style carcanet necklace for a Renaissance period parure (sample parures shown). The acrylic st

Gold Brocade with gold thread, spangles and beads.  Trimmed with gold lace, some wired to stand up from crown of cap.  No known country of origin or date.  @ MFA Boston

Gold brocade embroidered with gold thread, spangles, and a few beads in an elaborate raised design. It is trimmed with gold lace, some of which is wired to stand off in a semi-circular fan around the crown of the cap.

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth wearing a richly jeweled carcanet. Attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, 1575. Tate Collection. a jeweled collar or necklace, from the old French, carcan, meaning collar. Carcanets were typically quite elaborate and formal, and worn closely fitted. The style seems to have first appeared with the reemergence of the necklace during the end of the medieval period in the late 1300s.

Портрет "Пеликан" the "Pelican" Portrait, c. 1572 Queen Elizabeth I Nicholas Hilliard "The Pelican Portrait", c. to Nicholas Hilliard. © Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Museums Queen Elizabeth I Nicholas Hilliard

The Duchess of d'Angouleme by Baron Antoine-Jean Gros, 1817 France, the Bowes Museum

Daughter of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, The Duchess of d’Angouleme by Baron Antoine-Jean Gros, 1817 France, the Bowes Museum

l'Impératrice Marie-Louise (detail), Robert Lefèvre (French, 1755-1830).

l'Impératrice Marie-Louise (detail), Robert Lefèvre (French, 1755-1830).

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