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Dorothy Mason, Lady Brownlow in fashionable undress. Her dress is casually unfastened at the breast, and her chemise sleeves are caught up in puffs, probably with drawstrings.

Dorothy Mason, Lady Brownlow in fashionable undress. Her dress is casually unfastened at the breast, and her chemise sleeves are caught up in puffs, probably with drawstrings.

Henrietta of England (16 June 1644  – 30 June 1670) was the youngest daughter of King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France. Fleeing England with her governess at the age of three, she moved to the court of her first cousin Louis XIV of France, where she was known as Minette.

Henrietta of England (16 June 1644 – 30 June 1670) was the youngest daughter of King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France. Fleeing England with her governess at the age of three, she moved to the court of her first cousin Louis XIV of France, where she was known as Minette.

Circle of Sir Peter Lely (Soest London) Portrait of Barbara Villiers Countess of Castlemaine, later Duchess of Cleveland, three-quarter-length, in a blue dress with ermine trim, by an urn **Example of sleeves

1764 Marianne Camasse, Countess of Forbach, morganatic wife of Christian IV by Johann Christian Mannlich (private collection)

Shedding Light on a Dark Era: Baroque, Cavalier, and Puritan Fashions | The Pragmatic Costumer

Shedding Light on a Dark Era: Baroque, Cavalier, and Puritan Fashions

Shedding Light on a Dark Era: Baroque, Cavalier, and Puritan Fashions | The Pragmatic Costumer

Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart...brothers who died in the English Civl War...by Anthony Van Dyke circa 1638

Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart...brothers who died in the English Civl War...by Anthony Van Dyke circa 1638

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