Alessandro Allori: "Maria de’ Medici", c.1555.
late 15th century Italy. See our reproduction at http://www.sartor.cz/repliky-historickych-latek/1318-samet-15stoleti-granatovy-vzor-modry.html
16th century Italian leather embroidered slippers (http://www.larsdatter.com/shoes.htm)
Sottana con maniche, c.1560, Pisa, Museo di Palazzo Reale. Bodice and shoulder detail. Clothes were much different then. Sleeves were tied on
La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early 16th Century, approximately 1500-1520. This figure is from the tapestry known as “La Promenade” (the walk).
Hair covering and stripes - Beatrice d'Este's Dress as Depicted in the Pala Sforzesca, Milan (c. 1496-97)
A Young Woman, said to be Isabella de Medici, ca. 1565 (attributed to Agnolo Bronzino) (1503-1572) Bukowskis Auktioner Stockholm
Amazingly beautiful Venetian gown by Alyxx Iannetta, back detail... and that hair! Perfect reproduction.
Bernardino Licinio (1489-1565) Portrait of a Lady. Dated on the plinth 1532 #renaissance