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Renaissance Elizabethan neck ruffs standing ruffs, supportasse, whisk, underpropper, rebato on We Heart It

GORGUERA Banda de encaje plegable colocada en el cuello. Es un cuello que se caracteriza por presentar un armazon para sostener el matrial acartonado- o almidonado- del que esta fabricado. Tiene froma de ochos y corresponde a un pequeno encanonado que poco se hace independiente y aumenta en tamano, posteriormente se adorna con encajes. Era usado como signo de distincion; implicaba que quienes lo usaban no trabajaban ni tenian ningun otro tipo de exfuerzos en la vida.

GORGUERA Banda de encaje plegable colocada en el cuello. Es un cuello que se caracteriza por presentar un armazon para sostener el matrial acartonado- o almidonado- del que esta fabricado. Tiene froma de ochos y corresponde a un pequeno encanonado que poco se hace independiente y aumenta en tamano, posteriormente se adorna con encajes. Era usado como signo de distincion; implicaba que quienes lo usaban no trabajaban ni tenian ningun otro tipo de exfuerzos en la vida.

Ruff by Louise Pass. "This is the new ruff with the fancy embroidered net on nylon shear fabric. This ruff took 240 inches of fabric".:

Tudo sobre Crinolina - Horsehair braid (crin, crinoline)

Ruff by Louise Pass. "This is the new ruff with the fancy embroidered net on nylon shear fabric. This ruff took 240 inches of fabric".

White Elizabethan Ruff ~ Steampunk Ruffled Collar ~Shakespearerian ~ Handcrafted #Handmade

~White Elizabethan Ruff ~ Steampunk Ruffled Collar ~Shakespeare ~ Handcrafted~

Black Worked Ruff and Cuffs set - "Elizabeth" black work pattern -  - Elizabethan ruff / collar 1560 - 1600

Black Worked Ruff and Cuffs set - "Elizabeth" black work pattern - - Elizabethan ruff / collar 1560 - 1600 Watch "The Tudors".these ruffs were SO attractive.

Towards the end of the 16th century ruffs and standing collars demanded bold geometric needlelace.

Towards the end of the century ruffs and standing collars demanded bold geometric needlelace.

Walking Through History with Jasper and Angela

I am so glad these ruffs fell out of fashion. Looks incredibly uncomfortable and mine would stay dirty because I'm so clumsy.

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