Armor kit Waffenrock
Waffenrock also known as Waffenkleid, Wappenkleid or Wappenrock. Warrior's dress from end of 14th century, based on Viollet le Duc illustration. Base price includes linen fabric without lining. Please choose the wished fabric in options. Lining fabric is also available for choosing.
Coat of arms (tabard) with ...
Tabard on the picture is only a sample of what we can create for you! Please send us by email your personal emblem and some other details and we will make calculation for you of the price. First coats of arms had appeared approximately in the XII century, and became inherent part of knight’s outfit in the XIII century. Primarily, coats of arms were rather long, but to the XIV century, it was being sewn shorter - to the middle thigh. Tabard is usually worn over the main armour. Coat of arms has wide cut, with or without sleeves. Usually, it is belted. We offer to sew tabard with sleeves and cuts on the sides with your own blazon. Please choose the main fabrics in o...
Men s cotardie of the XIV-X...
Cotardie was a very popular medieval men's cloth in the XIV-XV centuries. This tight fitted type of jacket often has a lot of buttons from the front and on the sleeves for fastening. This model of cotardie has 10 buttons from the front and tight sleeves on the wrists. Lining of contrast colour will make you cotardie not only more comfortable, but also very beautiful and unique. Long chausses will be a great additon to the cotardie. Base price includes the lining made of cotton. You may also choose linen as lingn fabric in options. Please send the wished colour of lining to us [email protected]
European Men s Houppelande ...
This costume is typical for a rich citizen, merchant or middle-aged knight and dependin on the fabrics and decoration, it symbolizes status, stability and wealth of its owner. Often, the edges of Houppelande and the hood (Chaperone Hat) were fringe with fur or contrasting fabric; chest, hem and sleeves can be decorated with gold and silver embroidery, pearls and gems. This costume consists of: - woolen houppelande without lining - woolen chaperon (headwear) with cotton lining We recommend you Houppelande, made of wool with linen or cotton lining (the same is shown on the photo). ...
Doublet of the XV century
Medieval doublet of XV century with stand-up collar has 13 metal buttons for fastening in front and 10 buttons on the each sleeve. Base price includes lining, made of cotton. The colour of doublet is available for order in options. Please send us the wished colour of lining to [email protected]
Houpellande of the XV century
The example of Burgundian men's coat, called houpellande. The garb has stand-up collar, puffed sleeves with cuts and cotton lining. It goes perfectly with doublet of XV century. Fur is not included to the price. The outer colour can be chosen in options.
Long houppelande of the XV ...
Man medieval outerwear of XVth century, called houppelande. The typical features of this period are baggy sleeves, no slits on the sleeves and no buttons. Fur decoration is not included to the price. Base price includes this houppelande, made of wool with cotton lining.
Viking men's coat
Viking men’s coat Long time ago, far from Asgard, when Alföðr Odin was simply wandering all the Nine Worlds in search of more adventures than wisdom. Then, in one of the world, either Midgard or Utgard, he was seen riding Sleipnir somewhere to the East. So, those who saw him claim with one voice that Odin looked like Odin, but he was wearing some especial Nordic costume. There was Viking coat, but short, loose and with buttons. Well, where could common Vikings and giants see such Viking jacket? Made of good quality mustard wool with so dark brown trimming, so it seems to be a black one. It is mid-thigh length, but has long sleeves. And, eight cast buttons from the front, which shine l...
Leather vest with diamond p...
Leather vest with diamond pattern Modest and costly, full of royalty and monkish humble, this leather armor costume represents leather vest with diamond pattern – true choice of the kings. This armor is for everybody who wants to have royal look without spending the treasury. Steel armor provides with perfect protection, but it is quite heave and will restrict your movements. Expensive brocade or velvet doublet is sightly one, but it will not protect you at all. So, in this sticky situation, when you need not too strong, but comfortable body protection, which look so good-looking that it is not a shame to wear it for royal court, so there is only one choice – f...
Renaissance doublet in wool...
Renaissance doublet in wool (quilted) Here is trendy men’s doublet clothing of the mid-XV century – farsetto, which was very popular as on the territory of the North Europe, so in the lands of the South Europe, at civilians’, so at military men’s. Silhouette in a shape of triangle with wide shoulders and thin waistline was achieved with tight fit of farsetto on the body and splendid puffs on the upper part of sleeves. Depending on the region, this silhouette could vary. As a rule, the northern region a fashionista lived, the shorter and splendid puffed sleeves he had. Though, he had less quantity of fastenings. Besides, design of the back part of color varied. Art...
Leather vest in Renaissance...
Leather vest in Renaissance style People said that Don Barzini sailed up to the Venice from the south-east, by the Grand Canal. He let gondola go near the steps of Palazzo Dario and walked to the Piazza San Marco. There, he leant against the twelve column of the Palazzo Ducale, waited until the midnight and only then stepped out of piazza shade towards the overconfident youngling in bright silk. Taking a moment to set his leather armor vest, Don Barzini unsheathed smallsword and daga and have stubbed a jerk, who dared to challenge him, at the fifth second of duel. No one told how Don Barzini left Venice and returned to Sicily. However, they were talking a lot about his leather a...
Burgundian doublet, XV century
This medieval doublet was made in Burgundian style of the XV century accroding to the historical patterns. Short thight fit doublet is typical for men's fashion of these times. Slim-fit doublet with puffed sleeves is fastened with laces. There are steel points in the ends of laces for more comfortable fastening. Cords are on the sleeves as well. Base price includes linen doublet without lining. Please choose the wished fabric in options. Lining fabric is also available for choosing. All holes for lacing are sewn round by hand. Laces are made in medieval technology. Steel points are handicraft of our craftsmen. Main colour for doublet can be chosen in options. P...
Medieval cotardie with stan...
Typical features of men's cotardie are tight fit and a lot of buttons. This model of cotardie is made according to the historically correct patterns. It has stand-up collar, 10 buttons from the front and 6 buttons on each sleeve for fastening. There is cotardie with lining of contrast colour on the photo. The lining makes your cotardie not only beautiful, but also very comfortable and hard-wearing. Base price includes cotradie with lining made of cotton. You may also choose linen as lining fabric in options. Long or short chausses witll be a great addition to the cotardie. Please choose the main colour in options, and send the wished colour of lining to us [email protected]
Doublet of the XV century w...
Medieval doublet is being made of jacquard with beautiful pattern. Cotton or linen lining makes your doublet more comfortable. Doublet is being fastened with 9 button in the front, and also has 8 buttons on each sleeve. Please choose the wished colour, and we will send you photos of cloth for approval.
Review about items
I received my vest today and it is just awesome! It fits my torso perfectly and I do love color of leather (brown) - it looks really authentic and medieval! Thanks a lot!
Hi, just to inform you guys that i did receive my order, the result is really nice and i would like to give my congratulations to all the people involved in my order, well done, you did a fantastic job ! :) I give you all my best wishes and hope to deal with you again in the future !
Outstanding fabric, outstanding craftsmanship, perfect fit
I bought two of these. One in dark blue linen with wine red linen lining, the other in wine red wool with dark blue linen lining, both with small brass buttons. They both fit perfectly, the quality of the work and the materials outstanding, and the customer service is superb. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone looking for high-quality re-enactment clothing at very good prices