Marquesa di Mancera by ? (location ?)

This is probably María Luisa Salazar Enríquez de Navarra, the second wife of Pedro Toledo Leyva, the first Marques de Mancera. They were married in 1617. Mancera de Ariba, in Castilla y León, now has 110 inhabitants.

From pinterest.com/sharonfingold/fashion-history-1600s/; size doubled. Also posted to the Iberian dress in the Louis XIII and XIV Eras here.

Marquesa di Mancera by ? (location ?) Frm pinterest.com/sharonfingold/fashion-history-1600s/ X 2

Here is a Spanish Lady dressed in north of the Pyrenees style with ballooned virago sleeves, lace, and probable stomacher-in-jacket bodice.

Keywords:  María de Salazar y Enríquez de Navarra, marquesa de Mancera, de Salazar y Enríquez de Navarra family, Toledo Leyva family, Marquise, frizzy coiffure, jeweled floral headdress, earrings, necklace, jacket bodice, bateau neckline, lace neckline ruff, modesty piece, square neckline, lace bertha, rosettes, draped jeweled bodice ornament, puffed paned virago sleeves, arm bands, bows, lace-trimmed back-flared cuffs, bracelets, waist band, shallow vee waistline, close skirt, feather fan

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