3985Re: [SCA-Milliners] Assistance if I may
- Jan 8, 2010Good afternoon,
That is the standard English gable hood. There used to be instructions on making one linked off of Drea Leed's Elizabethan Costuming page, but that link seems to be down.
Underneath it, the lady would have had her hair braided in two braids and wrapped around her head, as can *just* be seen in this portrait of Elizabeth of York (look closely just under the peak of the hat):
Whether or not there was also a small coif is anyone's guess. :)
If you don't want to do the full gable, there are a couple other options:
Also from 1526ish, and showing one of Thomas More's daughters.
That's a brief skimming. :) Hope it helps!
--- On Fri, 1/8/10, marie_de_ceo <marie_de_ceo@...> wrote:
From: marie_de_ceo <marie_de_ceo@...>
Subject: [SCA-Milliners] Assistance if I may
Date: Friday, January 8, 2010, 11:32 AM
Greetings to the list....
My sister is working from a portrait of Catherin of Aragon
http://tudorhistory .org/aragon/ aragon.jpg
Any input on what head wear would have been under this? What might have been worn with a dress of this status if not the one shown?
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