|Lady Joan de Foxley |
the manufacture of some sort of heraldic surcoat from the later half of the 14th century. The current plan is to make a red base for a gown with a black griffin along one half, elbow length sleeves with white tippets, buttons up the front.
100% linen in red, black and white. Why linen? because there just aren't enough events cold enough to warrant wool and I hate being hot.
- Sir Geoffrey Luttrell being seen off to tournament by his wife (Agnes Sutton) and daughter in law (Beatrice Scrope). Luttrell Psalter 1335-1340.
- Lady Maude Sir John and Lady Joan de Foxley, brass effigy 1378
- Sir John and Lady Harswyck, Brass momument 1384