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HE Katherine D'Aquitaine's Florentine bag sleeve adaptation, and process for entire Raphael dress (reversible!), as well as link to her Flickr account for more process pics. (Realm of Venus)

HE Katherine D'Aquitaine's Florentine bag sleeve adaptation, and process for entire Raphael dress (reversible!), as well as link to her Flickr account for more process pics. (Realm of Venus)

Folding Armchair  Date: late 15th or early 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: Walnut Dimensions: Overall: 37 x 26 in. (94 x 66 cm) Classification: Woodwork-Furniture Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1937 Accession Number: 37.80.16

Folding Armchair Date: late 15th or early 16th century Culture: Italian Medium: Walnut Dimensions: Overall: 37 x 26 in. (94 x 66 cm) Classification: Woodwork-Furniture Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1937 Accession Number: 37.80.16

Italian Renaissance Juliet Dress by CorsetsandCostumes on Etsy, £280.00...This pretty dress has been made in the Italian Renaissance style of the late 15th/early 16th century.

Italian Renaissance Juliet Dress 16th Century Gown Lucrezia Borgia Period Costume for Historical Reenactment

Italian Renaissance Juliet Dress by CorsetsandCostumes on Etsy, £280.00...This pretty dress has been made in the Italian Renaissance style of the late 15th/early 16th century.

Italian Automaton (The Devil), carved in wood, (15th/16th century). It could "roll its eyes, move its tongue, and emit a noise and spit smoke from the mouth."

In the 15th century, Satanic automata wigged out churchgoers

Italian Automaton (The Devil), carved in wood, (15th/16th century). It could "roll its eyes, move its tongue, and emit a noise and spit smoke from the mouth."

Jacket  Date: early 16th century; Culture: Italian; Medium: silk, metallic thread; Accession Number: 46.156.117

Jacket Date: early 16th century; Culture: Italian; Medium: silk, metallic thread; Accession Number: 46.156.117

Detail of drawn work on the Italian chemise (16th century). From the book Old Italian Lace, Ricci,  Pg. 35 - Fig. 34 http://www.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/books/re_lace_02.pdf

Detail of drawn work on the Italian chemise (16th century). From the book Old Italian Lace, Ricci, Pg. 35 - Fig. 34 http://www.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/books/re_lace_02.pdf

Italian renaissance Costume end of 15th and 16th Century

Italian Renaissance Costume made to order from another fabric

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