Her article in thepeerage is here. Her granddaughter Elizabeth can be seen here and here. Her granddaughter Diana can be seen here.
From Wikimedia; small spots throughout image removed with Photoshop by gogm.
Countess Dorothy wears a conical farthingale and a substantial over-dress. probably trimmed with a fur collar, in this 1564 portrait. Her sleeves are not grotesquely puffed and appear to have two layers - a diaphanous outer layer decorated with gold embroidery and an opaque inner layer. At least the outer sleeve material is used is used for the partlet.
Keywords: 1564, Dorothy Neville, Dorothy Cecil, Countess of Exeter, Neville family, Cecil family, Countess, English, curly coiffure, French hood, jeweled headdress, high enclosing neckline, neckline ruff, over-dress, collar, fur, under-bodice, partlet, crescent neckline, long puffed sleeves, cuffs, vee waistline, farthingale, carcanet necklace, jeweled bodice ornament, bracelets, pendant
Jan 12, 2013, 1:27 PM
This site is for educational and information use. It is open for downloading and use without charge. I only ask that these images not be used for profit! I can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.