Renaissance Girdle Belt Marie de Medici c. 1600
Beautiful girdle belt is patterned after one worn by Marie de Medici, wife of Henry IV of France, in a portrait by Alessandro Allori. (see in my Renaissance portrait gallery) Marie lived from 1573 to 1642. The girdle has red, crystal and black cabochons on 1 5/8 inch antiqued brass filigree settings, with center front filigrees of 2 1/2 inches. Czech glass pearls complete the design -- white are 10mm; cream/ivory are 8mm. A girdle belt is a decorative piece of jewelry, not a belt to secure clothing.
**The number of filigrees used in the girdle depends on the size you
order. Email for availability of other stone color combinations.
Matching jewelry can be found in my other Renaissance jewelry categories, including the matching collar of office.
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
Renaissance and Tudor re-created for you by Dorothea.
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