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Among the artifacts missed by the early-1900s digs is a wooden doublet button covered with silver thread — a good indicator of the owner’s high status, says senior archaeologist Mary Anna Hartley, who is leading the excavation team.
Even royalty recycled their clothes, either giving them away or turning their old doublets and dresses into things like cushion covers, Lynn tells Rayner.
The tiny pendants on Tea Flower’s tutu and the gorgeous chocolate doublet, hose, boots and cloak of Cocoa’s attire are among the my favorite marvels here.
And its look should be a bit different from dudes in doublets. ‘
Shakespeare himself is the villain, a rockstar in a tight, shiny doublet with a spiky metal collar.
All those plumed headpieces and richly textured gowns, those snug doublets flared at the waist, could have come straight out of the Sun King’s courtly entertainments.
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