15th C. Clothing



Hose, 15th C, Split, pair (IN STOCK)

Hose, 15th C, Split, pair (IN STOCK)

A transitional style seen from the late 14th C. through the end of the 15th C., split hose are made of separate legs cut from bias cut woven wool....

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Hose, 15th C, Split, pair (MADE TO ORDER)

Hose, 15th C, Split, pair (MADE TO ORDER)

A transitional style seen from the late 14th C. through the end of the 15th C., split hose are made of separate legs cut from bias cut woven wool....

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Hose, 15th C, Boiled Wool (MADE TO ORDER)

Hose, 15th C, Boiled Wool (MADE TO ORDER)

Full, joined hose. The legs are closed from front to back through the crotch. A shaped and lined but unstructured codpiece covers the front closure...

$139.95

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Hat, Medieval Felt, 13th-15th Century

Hat, Medieval Felt, 13th-15th Century

This versatile hat can be worn any number of ways. Turn the brim up in front, on the side, in back, or add a feather or pilgrim badge, trim it to...

$21.95

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Hood, late 14th-early 15th Century, Dagged edge, Wool

Hood, late 14th-early 15th Century, Dagged edge, Wool

A pull-over hood with short mantle and shoulder gusset, based on the Herjolfsnes and London finds. This is a Nockert, Type 3 / Norlund Type II hood,...

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Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Wool

Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Wool

Hood design based on London find no. 246, as presented in the Museum of London "Textiles and Clothing" book. Triangular pieces are inserted...

$79.95

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Hood, embellished, red

Hood, embellished, red

Hoods with embellished mantles appear throughout the middle years of the 14th C. in manuscripts such as the Romance of Alexander (MS. Bodl. 264) and...

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Hood, Fringed style, 15th Century

Hood, Fringed style, 15th Century

Smaller hood especially suitable for wear under a helmet or hat. When the front edge is turned back the hood is drawn close to the face to seal out...

$32.95

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Hat, Tall 15th century

Hat, Tall 15th century

A tall hat sometimes called a 'sugarloaf' popular in the mid late 15th C. throughout England and the rest of Europe. Examples may be seen in...

$29.95

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Hat, Split-brim, 15th-16th Century

Hat, Split-brim, 15th-16th Century

Wool hat with 2 piece brim split on the sides, and a soft "muffin" crown appropriate for middle or upper classes. Hats of this type are...

$45.95

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Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens)

Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens)

3 finger gloves are most commonly seen on agricultural workers and shepherds, the speculation being that they are a form of working gloves that...

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Braies, Childrens'

Braies, Childrens'

Simple, boxer style braies as seen in the Four Seasons of the House of Cerruti (“Barley”), Tacuinum Sanitatis (“Rye”) and...

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Chausses, Childrens' (pair), Linen

Chausses, Childrens' (pair), Linen

During the trial period we discovered young boys were not content with generic styles, and demanded clothes which looked "just like...

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Coif, Child or Infant

Coif, Child or Infant

Same as our adults' coif, but in a infant or children's size.

$7.95

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