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    Middle-class citizen, early XVII century

Middle-class citizen...

Middle-class citizen, early XVII century

CLM-57

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This costume is not high-fashion look of the XVII century. But it was typical for middle-class citizens of medieval Europe.

Costume consists of  the following items:

-shirt

-breeches

-hoses with strings

-doublet

Shirt with falling band has wide T-cut, that is typical for this period. Long sleeves have buttons for fastening on the wrists. There are lacing with tassels on the falling band.

Breeches with lining are fastened with 4 buttons, that are covered with fabric. There is also a button from the outside of the leg.

Hose have cut from the ankle from the outside. Hoses can be drawed tight with strings, that are passed through the loops.

Doublet with linig is tight fitting. Back of collar cut in one with body panel is a common feature of early XVII century doublets.

All costume details are mae of 100% natural linen. Base price is for costume made of cotton.

Please choose the required size and material in options, and send the wished colours to sales@steel-mastery.com

Bagand shoes are not included to the price.

CUSTOM MADE ?

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.

Lining fabric

cotton

 

cotton

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linen

35

linen

35

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Fabric

cotton

 

cotton

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linen

35

linen

35

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wool, 85-1...

145

wool, 85-100%

145

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