Dark Ages Clothing



Brooches, Open ring, brass

Brooches, Open ring, brass

Iron Age Celts of Britain were the first to develop the open ring brooch, a type that would remain widespread in Great Britain and Ireland through...

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Hat, Viking 6-panel, Untrimmed

Hat, Viking 6-panel, Untrimmed

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Based on a silver hooked tag (dress hook) of the Anglo-Saxon period. It is circular with an intact hook and two peripheral pierced lugs for stitching...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-early 12th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-early 12th C, copper alloy

A hooked tag (dress hook) of the Anglo-Saxon to early medieval period. It is sub-circular with two peripheral pierced lugs for stitching to a...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

A middle to late Anglo-Saxon hooked tag (dress hook) of triangular form. The front of the tag is decorated with a geometric interlace pattern. The...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

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Hat, Viking 6 panel with trim

Hat, Viking 6 panel with trim

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

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Hood, Skjoldehamn, c. 1050-1090

Hood, Skjoldehamn, c. 1050-1090

In 1936, a body was found in a bog near Skjold  harbor (Skjoldehamn), on the Norwegian island of Andøya.  Like many other bog finds,...

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Hood, early Medieval, circa 1250-1325

Hood, early Medieval, circa 1250-1325

Hoods have been basic headwear throughout the history of clothing, with each period exhibiting its own distinctive style. This hood has the close...

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Gown, Early Medieval, Childrens', Linen

Gown, Early Medieval, Childrens', Linen

Simple, "A" shaped body has round neckline which pulls on over the head. Wrist length sleeves. Cut is a simplified, ungored version of the...

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Winingas, pair (2)

Winingas, pair (2)

Known variously as legwraps, wickelbander or puttees, winingas are woven woolen strips which were wrapped around the lower leg among the Anglo-Saxon...

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Hat, Viking 6-panel, Trimmed with hand woven braid

Hat, Viking 6-panel, Trimmed with hand woven braid

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

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Package, Winingas with Hooks

Package, Winingas with Hooks

Many of our clients like to use hooks to fasten their winingas, so we're offering them as a discounted set.  Regular price of items sold...

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Trousers, Anglo-Saxon, Linen

Trousers, Anglo-Saxon, Linen

Speculative construction of Dark Ages trousers are cut on the published Regia Anglorum pattern. Loose fitting legs with gusseted crotch for freedom...

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