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Category: Outer garments

Outer garments was the third and the most visible layer of the outfit. These clothes had protective and representative tasks (they spoke of the social status of the owner).Very long garments with long and loose sleeves were mainly used by members of higher social classes. In this group of garments we can find plenty of forms. Among outer garments we can find: a surcote (the 13th and the 14th centuries ), a cotehardie , a houppelande, a robe, a coat and other forms of the above, which are difficult to classify.

Products quantity: 20


A coat made from a circle with no lining


A coat made from a circle without the lining. In the standard version, it's fastened with 6 tin moulded buttons, it's made of thick wool. It can be made with a cut-out on the edges.



Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 177.00 EUR


A coat made from a semicircle with no lining


A coat made from a semicircle without the lining, tied with a string, it's made of thick wool. It can be made with a cut-out on the edges.

* version with buttons not available

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Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 145.00 EUR


A coat made from a semicircle with the lining


A coat made from a semicircle with the lining, tied with a string, it's made of thick wool with a linen padding. It can be made with a cut-out on the edges.

* version with buttons not available



Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 143.00 EUR


A coat made from three fourth of a circle with no lining


A coat made from three fourth of a circle without the lining. In the standard version it's tied with a string (it can be fastened with 6 tin moulded buttons), it's made of thick wool. It can be made with a cut-out on the edges.

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 149.00 EUR


A coat made of a rectangle (Feldr)


Simple coat modeled on finds dated on X, XI and XII century. It has a shape of a rectangle in size about 150x110 cm. It is made of wool, without lining. It has no fastening, it can be fastened with a brooch (not included).
It is very efficient in protecting from wind and cold. This coat can also be used to cover yourself overnight. Due to a simple cut it can be fastened in many ways. Fastening on the shoulder allows to easily move your hand in daily works or during a fight.

Early Medieval Scandinavian coats were precisely described in “Viking Clothing” by Thor Ewing, which quote on many sources from Nordic sagas and stories of X-century traveller Ibn Fadlan. Ewing mentions various kinds of coats mutually different in size and shape, but coats made of a rectangle (Feldr) are mentioned the most. Due to the time elapsed since the days of the vikings, very few sources remained until today. A majority of clothes for reconstruction, apart from a few cases, is a speculation of archaeologist about the look of early-medieval costumes.



Century: XII, X, XI

PRICE from: 35.00 EUR


A short coat with no lining


A coat made from a circle without the lining reaching half thigh. It's fastened with 6 tin moulded buttons, made of thick wool. It can be made with a cut-out on the edges.

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Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 190.00 EUR


A short coat with the lining


A coat made from a circle with the lining reaching half thigh. It's fastened with 6 tin moulded buttons, made of thick wool with a linen padding.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 160.00 EUR


A surcoat type 1


It's a long loose robe put on over the head, with sleeves which can be tossed to the back. It should be a little bit shorter than a cotte. It&'s made of wool with a linen lining.

Century: XIII

PRICE from: 154.00 EUR


A travel surcoat type 2


It’s an travel outer garment with a hood and with long wide sleeves with a cut near the elbow (allowing to pull out the hand), it’s put on over the head. It’s made of wool with a linen lining. It's called also as gardecorps.

Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 195.00 EUR


Cottehardie


It is fit male garment made from four parts plus sleeves. It’s made from wool with a linen lining. In the standard version, price for the cottehardie includes ca. 30 tin moulded buttons. There is also a possibility of modification.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 169.00 EUR


Franciscan habit


A Franciscan habit is characteristic outer garment of a monk of Saint Francis monastery. Due to its cut and colour it distinguishes the friar from other congregations. Moreover, made of wool, it protects clergyman from external factors, such as rain or blistering sun.

The habit also has symbolic meaning - it reflects "living in obedience, without possessions and in purity". The habit refers to outfit of Saint Francis from the turn of XIII and XIV century.

The robe is loose, full length with extensive hood, which may serve as collar or head covering. Loose sleeves allow you to hold both hands inside them. The rope at the belt (cingulum) has several knots.


Century: XIII, XIV

PRICE from: 119.00 EUR


Houppelande a grandes assiettes type 1


Elegant outer garment let out from waist with deep sew in sleeves, type - a grandes assiette (open sleeves). It is made from wool with a linen lining. The houppelande is laced on the chest. The sleeves usually have a different colour than the main part of the houppelande*.

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Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 237.00 EUR


Houppelande a grandes assiettes type 2


Elegant outer garment let out from waist with deep sew in sleeves, type - a grandes assiette (baggy sleeves). Closed with 16 tin buttons)It is made from wool with a linen lining. The sleeves usually have a different colour than the main part of the houppelande*.

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Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 260.00 EUR


Houppelande type 3


An elegant outer garment with folds with open sleeve (you can order with or without cutout). The houppelande is put on through the head and buttoned up under neck (in standard – 10 tin moulded buttons). It is made from wool with a linen lining.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 233.00 EUR


Houppelande type 4


An elegant outer garment with folds and with baggy sleeves. It is put on through head, to button up under neck (10 tin moulded buttons*). The houppelande made from wool with linen lining. Standard length behind the knee (length could reach to foot*).

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Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 233.00 EUR


Jopula


It is fit in trunk. Jopula is a male's garment made from four parts plus sleeves. At the bottom, it is long and with gores from hips down. It’s made from wool with a linen lining. In standard version, the price includes ca. 30 tin moulded buttons. There is also a possibility of modification.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 189.50 EUR


Robe type 1


For male, loose dress with turnup collar. The robe put on through the head, to be buttoned up (tin moulded buttons) under neck. Reaches to the knees. It is made from wool with linen lining. It’s made up of four parts plus collar and sleeves.

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Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 170.00 EUR


Robe type 2


For male, loose dress with turnup collar, to buttoned up by four pairs of tin moulded buttons. Reaches to the knees. It is made from wool with linen lining. It’s made up of four parts plus collar and sleeves.

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Century: XV

PRICE from: 170.00 EUR


Tunic


Simple gown shown on variety of depictions, made of 2 main and 4 triangular pieces. It may be worn under other clothes or separately. The gown has a slit buttoned with 4 tin moulded buttons. The gown may be made of linen or woolen fabric.

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Century: XIV

PRICE from: 97.00 EUR





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