Cale was very popular type of headwear, starting from early medieval till the XV century. It is a cap with long hanging strings. Usually, chaperon or hood had been worn over the cale. This cap was used both, poor peasants and rich citizens. Usually, white linen was used for sewing, but noble people were often wearing cales, made of expensive materials and decorated with embroidery. Together with chemise and braies, cale will create a perfect set of men's medieval underwear. We sew it of white or natural coloured cotton or linen. If you wish other colour, please contact us at [email protected] Cale, braies are not included in the price.
Medieval women s stockings ...
Medieval women s stockings XII-XV century
In depictions of early medieval period we can find that women wore stockings and korthoser as well as men. They were knee-lenght and fastened with a garter usually made of leather. We offer nice looking medieval women's stockings are made of 100% natural cotton. Even if they are not visible under your dress but will perfectly fit your legs and keep warm. If you want to order them are made of wool or linen in different colours, please contact us [email protected]
The underdress of the 14th ...
The underdress of the 14th century
The specific feature of this medieval underdress is a skirt, that flares out. Both sleeves have cuts that are fastened with 14 buttons (on each sleeve). The lacing on the sides and round neckline accent an elegancy of outline. This underdress is made of 100% natural cotton, linen or silk and goes perfectly with English dress of the 2nd part of XIV century. Different colours are available for order. Please send us your wishes for colour and textile to [email protected]
Women s undershirt XII-XV c...
Women s undershirt XII-XV century
Women's undershirt has wide sleeves with cords on its bottoms and cords on the neckline. It is very comfortable for wearing under medieval dress. The undershirt is made of 100% cotton or linen. Different colours are available for order.
Women s undershirt XIII-XIV...
Women s undershirt XIII-XIV century
This medieval women's undershirt has a skirt, that flares out and a button on the neckline. It is being manufactured of 100% natural cotton, linen or silk individually for your measurements. Different colours are available for order. You can choose one of the medieval dresses, that are being worn over this undershirt for cretaing the complete image.
Women's undershirt, XV century
Women's undershirt, XV century
This model of women's undershirt is a part of Italian Renaissance costume of the XV century. Not everybody could afford such udnershirt, as it had being made of thin white fabric, which was very expensive. Shirt is very loose, with wide sleeves and square-shaped decollete with pintucks. Sleeves of shirt are passed through the cuts on the detachable sleeves, and lady showed her wealth in such a way. This medieval undershirt is made of batist - natural thin cotton, which is very soft and nice to the touch. But we can make such shirt of silk. Medieval Italian ladies were wearing such undershirt in white colour, and this colour is by default. But in options you may ch...