Outfit, Ladies', 15th C. gown

Worn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. Our version is taken from the gown worn by Mary Magdalene in Rogier van der Weyden's "Deposition" and "Seven Sacraments" paintings.

Front laced bodice is bias cut for close fit, and the full circle skirt makes for very flattering and graceful lines on most body types. Brocade sleeves are worn pinned to the short sleeve of the gown and are made of complementary colored brocade fully lined with natural colored linen.

These high quality garments have no visible machine stitching except for lacing eyelets. Wool/linen and linen sets are suitable for reenactment use when eyelets are hand-whipped. Budget cotton set is suitable for costume and re-creation groups.

All sets come complete with: 
1 gown 
1 smock 
1 pair brocade pin-on sleeves
2 dressing pins 
1 pair of stockings
1 Turban coif -or- winged coif -or- veil and wimple set

Bonus: Receive a pair of Tied Garters for free when purchasing the package.

$397.75 when purchased separately. Save $37.80 plus get a pair of tied garters for FREE! 

In stock sets: These items are in stock and ship immediately

Made to Order (M2O) Sizes/Fabrics: 
These are not in stock and are made up as ordered. Please select desired size and fabric from the drop down menu. State your color preference in the 'order comments' portion of your order and we will contact you regarding available colours and/or fabrics.  Please allow up to 8-12 weeks for production of M2O packages.

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Starting at: $359.95

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  • Model: BSD-L15-G1L
  • Shipping Weight: 8lbs

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 January, 2009.