ca. 1600 Susanne de la Brisollières by Charles Martin (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie - Warszawa, Poland)

Wikimedia has posted this image captioned "Susanne le Royer de la Brisollières (whose parents are not identified by Geneanet), daughter of Jacques le Rayer (not locatable), Marquis de la Brisollières and Yolande de Prunelé (who was married to Charles le Rayer according to Geneanet) was a wife of Nicolas de Droullin, seigneur d'Urou. She was portrayed holding a tulip, a symbol of conjugal affection and fidelity.”

From pinterest.com/jkrystyna82/16th-17th-century-rebatos-standing-collars/; numerous crack-like flaws were fixed with Photoshop and shadows slightly filled in. The original image is posted here (next image).

ca. 1600 Susanne de la Brisollières by Charles Martin (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie - Warszawa, Poland) From pinterest.com/jkrystyna82/16th-17th-century-rebatos-standing-collars/ fixed

Susanne’s farthingale wheel is tilted sharply upwards creating a deep vee waistline. Her pendant could be a watch.

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