About Clothes for Head
Chaperon was the most popular medieval headwear in the XV century. Primarily, there was a hood with pelerine, which had fastening from the front. But in time, it had been transformed to some model of turban, decorated with festoons of different shape. Chaperons came into fashion in Burgundia in the early XV century and soon after it embraced all Medieval Europe. Base price of medieval chaperon is made of cotton of different colour with lining of cotton. Linen chaperon will have linen lining, as well as woolen one. Also base price includes simple chaperon without festoons. If you wish to decorate your headwear with oak leaves, as on the photos, for example, or with festoons of anoth...
Balaclava (helmet lining, padded cap) is necessary and inexpensive accessory that solves a lot of problems, starting from keeping the hair and head clean and up to reducing the frequency of cleaning the inside part of the helmet. And the wearing of helmet becomes much more convenient, because the liner keeps the head from direct contact with metal, giving you warm and comfort. This model of the padded cap has thickness 1.2-1.5 cm (3 layers of padding) and can be made according to your individual needs and just for your measurements, from natural fabrics: cotton or linen, of different colours that vary from white or natural to black or bright red. Main photo shows linnen...
Torse - medieval heraldry headband Starting its way as entirely practical elements, after a while, torse and mantling became a symbol or true knighthood and must-have of knight emblem. In the beginning was a torse… No, not like this… Firstly, in time of the first Crusade, crusaders were boiling in their mails and crusader helmets alive and saw agal on the heads of Bedouins. This thick fabric roller, stuffed with crude wool, twisted and tied in a ring, was pressing keffiyeh to bedouin’s head, preventing sunstrokes and cushioning an impact of sabers. By admiring the smarts of the Saracens, knights shamelessly borrowed design of agal, slightly changed it and called a tors...
This hat is a replica of the 14th century wide-brimmed hat from the Swedish Museum. These hats were in use until the 17th century. Something that can be difficult to find is a high-quality hat. This is why we offer something that is perfect for different occasions and an extra elegant look! We use only special unpainted wool and and therefore we offer only three colors to order: black, dark-grey and dark-brown.
THE CROWN OF FOLTEST, KING OF TEMERIA Admire the crown of Foltest, king of Temeria, prince of Sodden, sovereign of Pontaria and Mahakam, the senior protector of Brugge and Ellander. This crown professionally cut from stainless steel by our blacksmiths strong hands. Etched, polished and gilded luxury lower part of the crown contrasting with complements the modest and elegantly carved top. Golden crown based on modest silver shining metal base. Fully handmade brutal and chic headwear of wise and handsome monarch. Not only crown, but almost helmet. There is no time to reflect and doubt. Take the crown, put it on your head and become king!
Such medieval men's headwear was widespread in Scandinavia and Rus. Hat is tailored of wool with linen lining. Embroidery is made with woolen thread. If you wish an embroidery by your pattern, please send us draft at [email protected] Medieval headwear is furred with beaverskin or coney. Various colour are available in options.
Tyrolean (or Alpine) headwear was worn mostly by archers. In time, it gained great popularity among women as well. Medieval hat of different colours will complete your look. You may decorate it with handcrafted cast pins or beautiful brooch. Please choose color for your medieval fulled hat in options.
Such type of medieval headwear calls hood and was popular in Europe in the XV centuries. This model is based on the original patterns. Basic price include cotton headwear with cotton lining. The outer shell and lining may be made of the same color or different. You may fasten it with cast badge under the chin (base prose is not include fastener). Please choose main colour in options, and send us the wished colour of lining to [email protected] The typical feature of this headwear is very long tail, which can be tucked in the belt. Hood will be a great additional to the medieval dress kirtle.
Sich unique felt hat of different colours will complete your look. You may decorate it with handcrafted cast pins or beautiful badges. Please choose color for your medieval fulled hat in options.
Viking hat made of wool with cotton lining and hand-made embroidery. In option you can choose linen lining. Also you can choose color of medieval headwear. If you have any question, please write us on [email protected]
This men's hat is typical for medieval pilgrims. Headwear is custom-made of high-quality felt. Different colours are available for order. Pilgrims were decorating clothing and their headwears with bronze badges. Have a look at these cast accessories and choose one or few for your new medieval hat!
Tyrolean hat gained a great popularity among men and women through years. It originated from Alps and also known as "Alpine hat". Woolen or felted medieval hats were often decorated with feathers or pins. Archers were the most admirers of such medieval headwears. And, Robin Hood seems the most famous wearer of such beautiful hat. We offer you handcrafted Tyrolean fulled hat of various colours. You may decorate it with handmade cast accessories. Hat on head, bow in hand - ideal look of medieval archer is completed!
Hennin is the most popular women’s Burgundian headwear of the XV century. It has shape of cone (often, truncated cone), and was made of strong fabric or on frame of whalebone. Base was covered with expensive fabrics and decorated with gems. Silk or batist veil was fixed over it. These models are typical for medeival Burgundia. Base is made of felt and covered with wool. Light veil is draped on the frame of two ribs or can be pinned to the base. Velvet headwear is available for order at options. Hennin is essential part of women’s Burgundian outfit of the XV century. We offer you two models of dress of this historical period, to any of which this headwear will be...
This Cossack men's headwear of the XVII century is made of natural wool. It is furred with beaverskin. Such men's hat will be great additional for custom-tailored Cossack costume.
This Tyrolean (or Alpine) hat is handmade of high-quality felt. Such headwear is popular among men and women. We offer different colors in options. You may also decorate it with cast pins or brooch.
Cruseler is a type of medieval women's headwear. It was widespread in the middle of the XIV - early XV centuries among European ladies. This hair covering can be made of thick white cotton or linen. Edges are trimmed with ruche. Plain, but beautiful model of headwear make your look very romantic. Cruseler is a great addition to the medieval English dress of the XIV-XV century.
Review about items
Such a nice hat! I ordered it to accompany a custom gambeson, but I ended up wearing the hat when I'd go out in the rain. Keeps you warm and fits perfectly! A unique piece of craftsmanship.
Although I had to wait a while because of the hard work and the delivery 2000 km away, I was pleasantly surprised by the great quality of the hat. I would definitely recoomend this hat. I was able to choose my own colours and it looks perfect!
When I ordered my Torse I put a request in for a colour combination they didn't normally do, but steel mastery went above and beyond to get not only the colour I had asked after, but got the perfect shade as well. My torse is absolutely beautiful, made to an incredibly high standard and will last me for many, many years to come. I cannot be happier