RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE
March 2010 : Links updated
 
* MID 17thC CLOTHES IN NORWAY
Possible sources and problems researching 17thC dress in Norway
*THE HARDANGER BUNAD
Traceable and possible 16th and 17thC origins of different parts of the folk costumes in Hardanger. 
 
* FINLAND 1500- MID 1600
1500s Court luxury and trade connections
1600s The town fashions,the new fashions and foreign fabrics
 
 
 
CHILDREN
* 17thC style baby clothes /shirt, Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway
 
EMBROIDERY, EXTANT TEXTILES AND TECHNIQUES
* An extant norwegian renaissance dress, Norsk Folkemuseum på Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway
* An extant norwegian renaissance jacket, Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway
* Coifs , V&A (with links to more photoes)   
* Embroidered shirts ; From renaissance to modern accessorie,V&A and Norsk Folkemusem , Oslo, Norway
* Fedding / permanent hand pleating, viking to the 20thC , a long lived tradition
* Felleskaut / pleated linen renaissance style, a renaissance survival still in use, Folkemuseet , Oslo, Norway
* Renaissance style bodices, Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway
* Stays , possible 17thC stays, Folkemuseet , Oslo, Norway
* Wedding smocks + aprons, Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway
 
* 17thC style baby clothes /shirt, Norsk Folkemuseum , Oslo, Norway
* 17thC extant doublets, V&A, London (with extensive list of links to extant doublets for men, women and children 16thC to 18thC) 
* 17th C extant knitted silk jackets , extant english and italian in the V&A, London 
* 17thC extant knitted silk nightshirts, extant in Norway
* 17 thC extant pink stays and busk, V&A, London 
* 17thC style extant jackets, Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, Norway
 
MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL BUILDINGS
* Kunstindustri museets 17thC section, Museum of applied arts, Oslo, Norway
* Malmöehus Castle - medieval to 19thC , Malmöe , Sweden
* St.Petri medieval church with 17thC interior , Malmöe , Sweden
* St.Petri 16thC decorated chapel , Malmöe , Sweden
 
PAINTINGS
* A rare painting from 1699 of a wealthy norwegian farmer with family, Norsk Folkemuseum , Oslo, Norway
 
PROJECTS
* Stays in the making
 
 
 
 
EMBROIDERY, EXTANT TEXTILES AND TECHNIQUES ON OTHER WEBSITES
EMBROIDERY
* A Blackwork Embroidery Primer, historic background , stitches, books, illustrations
* Articles about Embroidery , from Filum Aureum, the newsletter of West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild
* A stitch out of time , mostly 14th and 15thC german counted stitch and long-armed cross stitch , well documented
* Designs, Period, A Book of Medieval, Renaissance,and Heraldic Patterns for Needlework,with Many Charted from Original Embroidery Pieces of the Period.
* Historical resources , superb website covers most of Europe, techniques and the sca period
* Is Bargello Period ?, an embroidery technique that can be traced to the 16thC, but is mainly a 17thC and later technique
* Medieval beadwork page , possibly everything you could want to know about bead embroidery in the sca period
* Medieval Embroidery -Some Charted Examples , 14th and 15thC patterns of extant icelandic altar hanging and german pillow and box
* The Blackwork Embroidery Archives, Original Blackwork patterns inspired by historical sources
 
 
EXTANT CLOTHES
* A Jacobean Jacket, at the Costume Museum of Bath
* Margaret Laton's Jacket , From the V&A Costume and Textiles Tour , a web page with photos of the jacket, information and dates
 
* An Elizabethan Smock and Shirt, at the Costume Museum of Bath
* Shirts and Smocks at the V&A Museum, 1575-1585 + 1630, From the V&A Costume and Textiles Tour
* Two Elizabethan Smocks, From the V&A Costume and Textiles Tour , a web page with photos of smocks, information and dates
 
* 16th to 18thC doublets for men, women and children. With an extensive list of german, spanish and english doublets ; 17thC extant doublets
* A Lederkoller (1630),a Women's Wams (1630-40) and 2 men's doublets (1610-1625 and 1625-40) in the Bay Nat Museum
* A possible doublet (?) from the Mary Rose
 
PATTERNS
* From the Renaissance Tailor website
- Alcega MS (1580 Spain)
- Freyle MS (1580 Spain)
- Polish MS (1585)
- Hungarian MS (1610)
- Burguen MS (1618 Spain)
- Anduxar MS (1648 Spain)
 
 
 
JEWELERY
* 16th c. Jewelry at the V&A, From the V&A Costume and Textiles Tour , a web page with photos of jewelery, information and dates