The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . of a yard in depth. The sleeves were ofvelvet or other stuff, lai-ge and slashed, so as toshow the lining or under garment, terminatingwith a small band or ruffle like that round theedge of the collar. The body of the dress wasof gold stuff or embroidery. Some of thedresses were made with trains, which wereeither held up with the hand when walking, orattached to the girdle. The head-dress of goldbrocade given in one of the plates of Vecelliois not unlike the beretta of the Doge of Ae-nice; and caps very similar in form and ma

The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . of a yard in depth. The sleeves were ofvelvet or other stuff, lai-ge and slashed, so as toshow the lining or under garment, terminatingwith a small band or ruffle like that round theedge of the collar. The body of the dress wasof gold stuff or embroidery. Some of thedresses were made with trains, which wereeither held up with the hand when walking, orattached to the girdle. The head-dress of goldbrocade given in one of the plates of Vecelliois not unlike the beretta of the Doge of Ae-nice; and caps very similar in form and ma Stock Photo
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The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . of a yard in depth. The sleeves were ofvelvet or other stuff, lai-ge and slashed, so as toshow the lining or under garment, terminatingwith a small band or ruffle like that round theedge of the collar. The body of the dress wasof gold stuff or embroidery. Some of thedresses were made with trains, which wereeither held up with the hand when walking, orattached to the girdle. The head-dress of goldbrocade given in one of the plates of Vecelliois not unlike the beretta of the Doge of Ae-nice; and caps very similar in form and ma-terial are still worn in the neighbourhood ofLinz in Upper Austria. 80 COSTUME. The Milan bonnet was also worn by ladies aswell as men at this period. Hall, the chro-nicler, speaks of some who wore Myllain bon-nets of crymosyne sattin, drawn through {i. e.slashed and puffed) with cloth of gold ; and in the roll of provisions for the marriage of thedaughters of Sir John Nevil, tempore HenryVHI., the price of a Millan bonnet, dressedwith agletts, is marked as lis..

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