There's barely a ruff on the dress of this unknown 1600s subject of Gheeraerts, way in back, and most of what would have been a ruff is now a bertha. Farthingale-era jewelry, the tasseled headdress and draped necklaces, continue on as do lace cuffs. Her sleeves show the double-balloon layout so characteristic of the early 1600s with the swelling balloons seemingly confined by bands of satiny material. She is wearing a coat with hanging sleeves tied between the balloons of her sleeves with ribbons while the coat is secured round her waist with a waist band over the rounded vee tip of her basque bodice. The tip of her bodice is embraced by a downward extension of her bodice on each side of the tip.