3797Re: [SCA-Milliners] Re: The Tudors
- Apr 28, 2008I think Wheezul may be right. I must add that I watched the whole "The
Tudors" series when it first came out. I was horrified at the bad
costuming, and re-writing of certain historical facts. I would not recomend
using Hollywood for examples of what anything should look like. Stick to
period sources, namely paintings that are documentable.
On 4/28/08, wheezul@... <wheezul@...> wrote:
> I think ER might mean this one:
> The use of the feathers like this is probably an extrapolation of one of
> the multiple depictions of Henry (and Edward VI) with this sort of feather
> > I went to this link:
> > http://www.sho.com/site/tudors/home.do
> > but I can't find anything that says "dream cast".
> > Based on what I see of the costumes (medium level of authenticity,
> > seem to be using the whole century for inspiration rather than
> > sticking to the appropriate decade) I wouldn't expect the hat to be
> > precisely correct.
> > Rashid
> > --- In SCA-Milliners@yahoogroups.com <SCA-Milliners%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "CStilwell" <cstilwell@...>
> > wrote:
> >> Question,
> >> (If you go to Showtimes The Tudors website then click on dream cast
> > for
> >> Henry the VIII he is wearing it)
> >> Is that just show or did men wear that style hat in Tudor period?
> > Can
> >> anyone fill me in?
> >> ER
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