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The hennin can be worn in 2 different ways: At the top : with false cockscomb and liripipe. At the bottom : with veil.   This weekend at the Elf Fantasy Fair in Arcen I will try out both options.

The hennin can be worn in 2 different ways: At the top : with false cockscomb and liripipe. At the bottom : with veil. This weekend at the Elf Fantasy Fair in Arcen I will try out both options.

Silk 15th century Burgundian Heartshaped Hennin or Henin, made by Angela Mombers.  Buckram frame reinforced with metal wire, padded and decorated with galon and pearls.  Silk false liripipe and cockscomb.  Picture made by Margot Mi.

Silk 15th century Burgundian Heartshaped Hennin or Henin, made by Angela Mombers. Buckram frame reinforced with metal wire, padded and decorated with galon and pearls. Silk false liripipe and cockscomb. Picture made by Margot Mi.

C.1450 Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers.  Materials : buckram, wire,  silk,  padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen.

C.1450 Burgundian Hennin reproduction by Angela Mombers. Materials : buckram, wire, silk, padding and many many pearl beads. Picture by Henk van Rijssen.

Anglo-Saxon (600 – 1154): Simple Veils, Head-tires, Combs, and Pin     Norman (1066-1154): Couvre-chef, hair uncovered, and extreme length     Plantagenet (1154-1399): Wimple, Barbette, Fillet and Crespine     Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget     Plantagenet Crespine ( 1364-Late 14th century)     Lancaster (1430-1460): Heart-shaped and Turban Headdresses     York (1460-1485): Butterfly and Hennin

El tocado femenino español del S. XIII se distingue, igual que el traje, por su gran variedad y originalidad. Comenzamos por el to...

This conical hennin appeared from about 1430 onwards, initially only among aristocratic women, though later spreading more widely, especially in the truncated form. Typically, the hennin was 12 to 18 inches high, but might be considerably higher. The tops of some of these conical hats were pointed while others were truncated, ending in a flat top. It was generally accompanied by a veil, allowed to fall onto the shoulders or to the ground, or was pulled forward to close the woman's face.

This conical hennin appeared from about 1430 onwards, initially only among aristocratic women, though later spreading more widely, especially in the truncated form. Typically, the hennin was 12 to 18 inches high, but might be considerably higher. The tops of some of these conical hats were pointed while others were truncated, ending in a flat top. It was generally accompanied by a veil, allowed to fall onto the shoulders or to the ground, or was pulled forward to close the woman's face.

butterfly veiling. The little black thing in her forehead is called frontlet. It helped hold the hennin

.História da Moda.: A Moda na Era Medieval – Parte Anos 1350 a 1450 (Late Gothic)

WEYDEN, Rogier van der  St John Altarpiece (detail)  1455-60

Adorno que se pone en los vestidos, ropas, colgaduras. Esta es la primera definición de la RAE para " guarnición", y es de lo que vamos a ha...

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