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Mid 14th Century Tunic

Mid 14th Century Tunic

Catalogue ID: 674

A tunic based on a depiction in the manuscript Chroniques de France ou de Saint Denis, dated 1332-1350 The tunic is made of tabby weave wool, hand dyed with natural dye, and lined with linen. The tunic has front and back splits, and large handmade buttons at the collar as well as smaller buttons up the forearms. The main garment is machine sewn, but all the visible hems are sewn by hand, as are all the buttonholes.

    • Keyword French, 1300-1400AD
 

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Bulgarian Kaftan

Bulgarian Kaftan

Catalogue ID: 691

Wool kaftan styled on those depicted in the Menology of Basil II, 10th C. This reproduction consists of a fulled wool outer layer, and a light weight wool lining. It has been machine sewn, with all the hems, collar, cuffs and strips having been hand sewn. It features cast bronze buttons from a 10th C find in the Ukraine .

    • Keyword Bulgarian, 800-1000AD
 

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15th Century Arming Doublet

15th Century Arming Doublet

Catalogue ID: 640

This arming doublet is based on several illustrations from the late 15th Century. It is completely hand sewn and is designed to be worn under plate harness.It consists of a linen lining, woolen padding, and linen outer layer, and has been finished with dot quilting in a contrasting colour. This item can also be made using a sewing machine, and as such the price will be less.

    • Keyword German, 1450-1500AD
 

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Late 14th Century Arming Pourpoint

Late 14th Century Arming Pourpoint

Catalogue ID: 641

Based on the famous Charles de Blois pourpoint, this garment is very well fitted and has been completely hand sewn and hand quilted. It consists of a linen lining, woolen padding layer, and linen outer layer. There are two layers of wool on the torso for extra protection and absorption in combat. This garment is designed to be worn under plate harness. It can also be made partly using a sewing machine.

    • Keyword Italian, 1300-1400AD
 

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15th Century Italian Jacket

15th Century Italian Jacket

Catalogue ID: 673

Jacket based on those seen in a fresco by Piero della Francesca - ‪Procession of the Queen of Sheba, from 1452-66. ‬ The jacket is wool, lined with linen, and is mostly machine sewn. The collar and cuffs are hand sewn.

    • Keyword Italian, 1450-1500AD
 

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13th Century Hood

13th Century Hood

Catalogue ID: 642

Based on depictions in the Maciejowski Bible, France 1250AD. These hoods are shown being worn by both men and women. Hoods can be machine sewn, machine sewn and hand finished, or completely hand sewn. Please note that the prices listed below are for machine sewn hoods.

    • Keyword French, 1200-1300AD
 

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