Beheading of St. John the Baptist, Master of Miraflores, Museo del Prado, Madrid (detail) Although it's Spanish instead of Italian, it's an interesting blend of styles I'm accustomed to for and for a few decades later.
Previous Pinner: Scrapbook: "My focus on this gown are the sleeves, especially their drape and how they are split in the front to hang open. I also like the embroidery design, although my image is not that clear to work from.
From Cynthia Virtue's site. Portrait of a Lady in Red, probably Italian (Florence), unknown painter, unknown sitter. Found in Renaissance Dress in Italy by Jacqueline Herald, Humanities p. 80 (color plate Possibly garnet & pearl "beads.
"Juan Flamenco", Decapitation of St. John Baptist Prado, Madrid -- Salome wears a very long and very full *tranzado* (braid case), with a joined *cofia* (coif). Over this, she wears a *rollo* (padded roll).