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Reconstructing History Pattern #RH604 - Tudor Nobleman's Gown and Jerkin - Henry VIII. Fits chests 34"-54", waist 28"-50" and hip 35"-55". All sizes included in one envelope.
"The clothing of noblemen in the Early to Mid-16th century was more ornate and luxurious than it had been in the previous century. At the end of the 15th century, men had begun wearing long, fur-lined gowns, but they were very simply cut and function. By the heyday of Henry VIII, clothing had become decidedly a symbol of wealth and power....There is probably no picture more indicative of the Early Tudor Noble style of dress than Holbeins 1537 portrait of Henry VIII, reproduced on the cover of this pattern. Henry wears white hosen, gartered at the knee." Excerpt from historical notes inside pattern.
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