16th century Florentine costume. Italian renaissance.
We have here a florentine costume of the 16th century in all its splendor. The whole dress is covered with ornament intentionally made as dazzling as possible.
Eleonore of Toledo (1522 – 1562), vice-queen of Naples, was the wife of Cosmo de Medici and daughter of P. de Villafranca.
Portrait of Eleanor of Toledo with her son Giovanni de’ Medici 1544-1545 by
Source: Bronzino [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
XVI Siècle. École Italienne. Costumes. Portrait D’Éléonore de Tolède.