Costume of Hospitall...
Costume of Hospitaller Order knight or Maltese knight
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There are different time of manufacture for every item: Gambesons and padded armor – 8-9 weeks; Costumes and other clothing – 4-6 weeks; Brigandines – 3-4 months; Leather accessories – 2-4 weeks. Please contact us if you would like to know more precise terms.
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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
This is a popular model of shirt in Europe, which was worn directly on the body. It is the basis for correct historical medieval costume of VIII-XIII centuries. There is lacing on neck and sleeves, which allows you to fit this medieval underwear tightly. All holes for lacing are trimmed by hand. Medieval tunic and gambeson will make your character completed. The shirt is being made of 100% natural fabrics: linen, cotton, wool, velvet or silk. Different colours a...
Cotta is a classic type of medieval clothing, that is being worn over the undershirt - chemise. It was popular among all segments of people. Noble people used rich fabric and decoration. This model of long cotta has: - low V-shaped neckline; - decoration with fabric strip of contrast colour at neckline and the sleeves. Cotta goes perfectly together with short chausses and sleeveless gambeson. Lining makes cotta more comfortable. Different fabrics are available for order....
In medieval times, jester (or fool) was a person at court, who had to entertain the royal family, their guests, noblemen. Cloths of bright colours were the most distinctive feature of jesters. Made-by-measure costume consists of these parts: - double-sided shirt; - two-coloured woolen chausses; - double-sided jester's cap with horns and tails Shirt and headwear are made of wool and linen. Shirt is reversible and may be worn with wool or linen part from the outside. ...
Black and violet corset - sexual and expressive. It has main advantage - perfect binding, which will hide all defects of your figure. High binding corset “Purple night” will underline your shapes, and breast in particular. It will be suitable for big-sized breast, because this model is low-necked. Our beautiful corset will be amazing addition to your black and violet women lingerie, because combination of these colors will be perfect as for party, so for pleasure evening with you...
If you are going to medieval festival, don’t forget to order awesome custom tabard at Steel Mastery’s handywomen, in which you will be recognizable among all the knights. Here is blue and white knight tabard, fine and functional. It has simple sleeveless design, besides its bottom edge is decorated with half-round festoons. Silver and azure of this medieval tabard symbolize noblesse and generousness. Partition with chevron means protection of weaklings and striving fo...
You may learn very extraordinary things about a man, just having a look at his clothing. In the Middle Ages, clothing had a great symbolism, and heraldic knight tabard costume could even tell you all the ins and outs of owner, from the origin and character to the aspirations and faith. Here is a knight in medieval tabard in front of you. At the first sight, his outfit is quite simple: only two colors and one figure. However, this strict laconicism may tell even more, than...