In a word, no. The speakers beloved possesses a earthiness that makes her rare and therefore unique and beautiful to him.
Each line hardly creates a vision of traditional beauty, Renaissance or otherwise. "Coral" is typically pale, and red lips were the fashion. Alabaster white skin was desired in the time, but her skin is "dun" (rather dull). "Black wires" grow on her head...not too flaterring. Rosy cheeks belied health, yet she has none.
It gets worse! Her breath, rather than pleasantly perfumed, "reeks." Her voice is not musical.
Still, none of this matters to the speaker. To him, she is a real person, not an angel: "when she walks, she treads the ground./And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare/As any she belied by false compare."