Re: [sig] Hungarian dress and coat late 15th C
- I placed it in the photo section over at Yahoo
http://photos.groups.yahoo.com/group/sig/lst it is the only thing there
right now. If you all need me to repost it in the file section or as an
attachment let me know. It was a major pain just to put it in the photo
section as it was; and I hate to go through the whole thing again if I don't
have to. wrong type of file twice and all that jazz.
I don't know about the burgundian influence, I was thinking Italian because
they seem to have done the natural waistline split to pleated skirts at some
point. I just don't remember which city/state it was. It also has a fairly
high squareish neckline that I was trying to figure out the influence for.
I've got some burgundy cotton that would be great for the dress and some
black velvet that would be wow for the coat. I'm wanting to start sewing
this thing soon.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Nalley" <mordakus@...>
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2001 9:19 PM
Subject: Re: [sig] Hungarian dress and coat late 15th C
> More like the Burgundian influence. The Turks were in
> the Balkans, hence the truban. Could you scan it so we
> can see? I have Wagner's books, but not this one.