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Medieval Tile Pattern

This Medieval Tile circle pattern is a stained glass design. It the oldest process of fitting together pieces of colored glass in a mosaic style.

Medieval Linen Dress, Surcoat And Chaperone Costume “Autumn Princess”

Natural flax lined medieval dress with surcoat and chaperone Autumn Princess, renaissance costume, renaissance dress and overcoat. Available in: green flax linen, blue flax linen, wine red flax linen

repro costume - Medieval Hat Circa 1510

Medieval Hat Circa I may still have a cheap imitation from a Renaissance fair. If so, it can be part of the Mad Hatter display.

Configured string of lapis lazuli beads dated 1395-1401 forms part of the Salzburg Cathedral museum collection; More paternosters of the same style are carried by Pierre Salmon in Pierre Salmon, Dialogues. BNF ms. fr. 23279, fol. 5 (1409) and Geneva ms. 165, fol. 7 (1412)

""Configured string of lapis lazuli beads dated forms part of the Salzburg Cathedral museum collection; More paternosters of the same style are carried by Pierre Salmon in Pierre Salmon, Dialogues. 5 and Geneva ms.

Medieval Sew n' Sew: A Beautiful Swedish Frilled Veil

Finally I got round to finishing this project (I started it in the fall of oh shame on me): Maria's Swedish frilled veil is ready to .

Something about this outfit makes the bliaut look more "real" and less "costume."  Maybe it's the veil and wimple?

Beautiful Bliaut: Queen Genevieve II of Ealdormere at her Coronation in the Canton of Greyfells. The dress was made by Ross Weaver and the photo was taken by Kyle Anderson.

Tutorial (Beginner) - How to wear a medieval veil.

Confessions of a Costumeholic / Confessions d'une Costumeholique: Making and Wearing a Medieval Veil

frilled veil by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr - lovely pictures of how she made it!

frilled veil

frilled veil Matti comment: I remain kind of amazed that there isn't some lunatic weaver out there who has made some of this yardage the way that some theories posit.

More frequently than seeing the simple veil, we often see a veil worn with another piece of headgear. Description from maniacalmedievalist.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

On Yer Heade Part III: Women’s Headgear in the14th Century

On Yer Heade Part III, Women's Headgear in the Century - Esperanza, the Maniacal Medievalist (pic from Manesse codex veil

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