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Athos (TOM BURKE), Aramis (SANTIAGO CABRERA), Porthos (HOWARD CHARLES) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Robert Viglasky

Athos (TOM BURKE), Aramis (SANTIAGO CABRERA), Porthos (HOWARD CHARLES) – (C) BBC – Photographer: Robert Viglasky

This dress is in the style of late Italian Renaissance fashion, and is made from green silk taffeta after a painting by Kempeneer, and trimmed with gold strips. first half of the 16th century, Italy. Gorgeous!

This dress is in the style of late Italian Renaissance fashion, and is made from green silk taffeta after a painting by Kempeneer, and trimmed with gold strips. first half of the 16th century, Italy. Gorgeous!

giovanni battista moroni | Giovanni Battista Moroni: El Sastre, otros retratos y…

giovanni battista moroni | Giovanni Battista Moroni: El Sastre, otros retratos y…

Different Phases. Nice to see some of this done in wool and not only in velvet and satin. "This costume was made with a pattern in Janet Arnold's Pattern of Fashion book. The original garment was black silk and velvet and was being worn by Svante Sture when he was murdered on 24 May 1567. He was murdered along with his two sons and some friends on orders of the Swedish King Erik XIV."

Different Phases. Nice to see some of this done in wool and not only in velvet and satin. "This costume was made with a pattern in Janet Arnold's Pattern of Fashion book. The original garment was black silk and velvet and was being worn by Svante Sture when he was murdered on 24 May 1567. He was murdered along with his two sons and some friends on orders of the Swedish King Erik XIV."

[Theatre costume] Green velvet doublet trimmed with fur, with black grosgrain insert at the yoke and brass buttons at the front.  Belt. Place of origin: London, England  Date: 1944  Artist/Maker: Zinkeisen, Doris Clare, born 1898 - died 1991 (designers)  B. J. Simmons & Co. (Theatrical costumiers)

Costume for Richard III, worn by Laurence Olivier

[Theatre costume] Green velvet doublet trimmed with fur, with black grosgrain insert at the yoke and brass buttons at the front. Belt. Place of origin: London, England Date: 1944 Artist/Maker: Zinkeisen, Doris Clare, born 1898 - died 1991 (designers) B. J. Simmons & Co. (Theatrical costumiers)

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