Pattern for Women's Early Tudor English and French Hoods
Patterns for 2 different styles of longer, early Tudor headdresses: French hoods and English hoods. Appropriate for late 15th/early 16th century impressions. With full instructions for choosing materials, sizing and constructing garments - perfect for reenactors.
Based on pictorial and archaeological sources including:
- Figure on a monument to Thomas Babington and his wife Edith (1511) in All Saints Church, Ashover, Derbyshire
- Portrait of Elizabeth of York, by an unknown artist (c1500),
National Portrait Gallery, London
- Wire stiffener for a hood (inventory no.Z640*), Museum of London
- Portrait of Catherine of Aragon, by Michael Sittow (c1503),
Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna
- Jeanne la Folle, by the Master of the Legend of St Madeleine, formerly Wilkinson Collection
Please note, photos of actual headdresses are examples only – no headdresses are included with this product.
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