Abzeichen des 1387 von König Sigismund gestifteten Drachenordens,   um 1430. Bayerisches Nationalmuseum - Werke - single

"Badge of the Order of the Dragon, gold thread couched in coloured silks, with a glass bead forming the eye. The Badge was originally work on a mantle of the Order which was founded by King Sigismuind of Hungary to combat the infidel" (Museum date:

Gewand der Pfalzgräfin Dorothea Sabina, Ende 16. Jahrhundert Inv.-Nr. T 4382 - T 4403.  In der Bayerisches Nationalmuseum. Die junge Pfalzgräfin Dorothea Sabina war ganz nach der Mode ihrer Zeit gekleidet: Über einem weiten Taftrock trug sie ein Kleid aus olivgrünem Seidensamt. Silberspitzen schmücken den Rock; Mie­der und Überärmel sind mit Goldspitzen besetzt.

fripperiesandfobs: “ Burial dress of Countess Dorothea Sabina von Neuburg ca. 1598 From the Bavarian National Museum ”

Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum), Munich, Germany by mbell1975.

Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum), Munich, Germany by Munich is always a treat! There are so many wonderful museums there.

Setz-Tartsche mit dem Wappen der Stadt Deggendorf. Süddeutsch, um 1450.    Bayerisches Nationalmuseum München; Inv. Nr. W 284

Setz-Tartsche mit dem Wappen der Stadt Deggendorf. Süddeutsch, um 1450. Bayerisches Nationalmuseum München; Inv. Nr. W 284

I would totally wear this dress today...amazing! Maria im Ährenkleid 1490

Madonna of Ears, Salzburg, ca anonymous. 'Madonna of Ears' is a type of depiction of Mary in a dress decorated with golden wheat ears "as the fertile soil and untilled field of God called to bear fruit, a symbol for her virginal motherhood .

Shifts or chemises were a woman’s undergarment. It was a simple garment worn next to the skin to protect clothing from sweat and body oils. They were made of cotton, but women who could affor…

History of Shifts, Chemises, and Corsets Through the Regency Era

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