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    • Doublet variations, jerkin skirt, jerkin

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    • The doublet is now worn alone. Preferred by young men, it is waist length and somewhat shorter in back than in front. Sometimes it has a short skirt. Necklines vary and include the square, surplice and long-V neckline. The sleeves are tied into the...
    • Jerkin, doublet and cape-tunic

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    • The doublet and jerkin are the most popular garments. The doublet is fitted and short. Hose are laced to the edge with metal points. The cape-tunic is cut in two semi-circles and joined at the top of the shoulder. The front semi-circle is carefully...
    • Portrait of a gentleman

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    • A black jerkin finely trimmed in gold over a red doublet. The doublet fabric is intricately tucked. Black leather gloves, a dagger, and sword are accessories (Kisters' Collection, Kreuzlingen)
    • Henri IV

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    • During the Elizabethan period men's dress becomes shorter and reveals the full leg. This stiff and padded doublet has a modest peascod shape. Pearls and jewels are embroidered in an allover pattern on the doublet and hose. This is an excellent...
    • Henry Rich, first Earl of Holland

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    • The doublet with a long skirt and more natural waist. Breeches are long and tubular. The boots have a red leather turned-back cuff, which is edged with lace boot-hose. Hair is long. The mustache and beard are trim. Notice the sword belt under the...
    • Martydon of St. Sebastion

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    • A cote-hardie on top of a doublet. The heavy padding through the chest is typical of doublets in this period. Belts are always at the hip line (miniature)
    • Stoning of St. Stephen

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    • The soldier on the right is in a blue doublet. Points at the waist are left untied. The sleeve seam is tied together and the chemise pulled through the openings. A cote-hardie is on the solder in yellow (miniature, from The Book of Hours of Etienne...
    • Lancelot as Jack of Clubs

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    • The doublet crossed at the back to make a V. The varicolored sleeves have wide, turned-back cuffs. In spite of the vertical striping, the effect is strongly horizontal
    • Standard bearer

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    • The basic male dress of the early sixteenth century. The codpiece is tied in place. The doublet opens in a low V and is waist length. Puffs and slashes begin to be formalized and limited to smaller areas of the dress. The shoes are squared at the...
    • Henry VIII

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    • Every detail of Henry VIII's dress emphasized his huge volume. The stiffly puffed and slashed sleeves have an attached pendant sleeve. A turned-back cuff just under the elbow reveals an embroidered lining. Artificial puffs decorate the high neck of...
    • Halbardier, The

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    • A doublet padded through the chest and tightly cinched at the waist. Unusually interesting is the cut of the upper stocks. A sword belt falls diagonally across the hips (collection of Chauncy Stillman, New York)
    • Portrait of a Cavalier

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    • A short-sleeved black jerkin over a black doublet. The upper stocks and sleeves are intricately slashed and banded, creating a series of horizontal lines around the arms and legs. An unusually heavy gold chain hangs across the neck (Kisters'...

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