Long houppelande of ...
Long houppelande of the XV century
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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.
Color: natural (uncolored)
Color: royal blue
Color: wine red
Color: dark green
Color: dark blue
Color: royal purple
This beautiful medieval dress was worn by young girls when they started to attend their first high society balls. It was reconstructed from the graphic sources - paintings of Lucas Cranach and Hans Holbein and is based on the original patterns of these Renaissanse artists. This woman garb consist of - chemise - top dress made of velvet and decorated with jacquard and trims - headwear - snood with beret - little bag Sleeves and corset...
This tunic is a typical example of eastern tribes wearing starting from the II century a.d. It preserved its original appearance today in some national costumes of such eastern countries as Mongolia, Kazakhstan, etc. The tunic with round neck can be made of natural linen or cotton in different colours. Pants and Eastern gambeson will be perfect additions to this tunic. The price does not include the belt. ..
Any re-enacting starts from the well thought-out garment. Tunic was the main part of medieval clothing. This one has: - 3/4 sleeves that typical for XII-XIII centuries; - decorated with fabric straps on the neckline and sleeves; - cut on the bottom hem from the front provides a good mobility. The lining of contrast colour will make your tunic not only unique model, but very comfortable as well. Tunic goes well together with chausses and gambeson with festoons. ...
This model of cotta was one on the most popular in the end of the XIV century - all social classes were used it. Only decorations and materials could be differ. Medieval cotta has tight fit sleeves, that are typical for this century, and also cuts till the upper-thigh on the sides. Lining of contrast colour will make your cotta more beautiful and comfortable. Long chausses and chemise will be a good addition to this cotta. We use only natural fabrics for sewing. To order...
Presented model is a variation of early XVI century landsknecht's outfit. It includes the following part: Undershirt has three buttons from the left for fastening and ruffled collar. Short doublet with puffed sleeves is being fastened with six buttons from the front. Jerkin with lining has a kind of "wings", that visually enlarge the shoulders. There are also buttons from the front. Puffed breeches have lacing on the waistband. Codpiece can be made by your draft. ...