This links to a site with photos of the wedding garments of Lajos IV and Mary of Hungary, dated 1526 from Tonya Mayberry. Good close-ups that show details of embroidery, seam placement, fabric, etc.

This links to a site with photos of the wedding garments of Lajos IV and Mary of Hungary, dated 1526 from Tonya Mayberry. Good close-ups that show details of embroidery, seam placement, fabric, etc.

The attire of Queen Mary and Louis II came in the possession of the Hungarian National Museum in 1928, from Mariazell, a place of pilgrimage.  The gown of the queen was made of Italian silk damask after the Burgundian fashion between 1520 and 1530.

The attire of Queen Mary and Louis II came in the possession of the Hungarian National Museum in from Mariazell, a place of pilgrimage. The gown of the queen was made of Italian silk damask after the Burgundian fashion between 1520 and

Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg, Hungarian, ca. 1520. Hungarian National Museum.

Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg, Hungarian, circa Hungarian National Museum.

Princess Constance of Hungary Queen of Bohemia 48th GGM

Photos in Photos of ÁRPÁD(házi) Konstancia - Constance, Princess of Hungary

back view of  of the wedding garments of Lajos IV and Mary of Hungary (1526)

The wedding garments of Lajos IV and Mary of Hungary, dated 1526 from the back demonstrating the folds of her skirt.

Blue Linen Bliaut by ~Arasiyris on deviantART - yarn tassel attached to woven-look ribbon for belt.

My mostly-finished century bliaut. Photos taken by my friend Breeze outside of Shirreff Hall, which has lovely stonework. The bliaut.

European folk costumes from Pallas Nagylexikona (Hungarian late 19th century encyclopedi)

European folk costumes from Pallas Nagylexikona (Hungarian late century encyclopedi)

Gown of Katalin of Brandenburg, wife of Bethlen Gábor, prince of Transílvania. Hungarian National Museum

Skirt and Bodice: ca. with ladies' embroidery of Catherine of Brandenburg, consort of Gábor Bethlen.

Queen Mary of Habsburg by ~DecosaDesign on deviantART

Queen Mary of Habsburg by ~DecosaDesign - maybe something like this for Hissy-Fitz for Black Rose Ball

Apron, circa 1580-1600

Through the Keyhole: A Peek into a 17th Century Lady’s Wardrobe

Apron Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered Credit Line: Given by Captain A.

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