Tunic, Anglo-Saxon, Linen, c. 900-1100

Anglo-Saxon Tunic is based the cut of the Moselund (c.1050-1150) and Rønbjerg Mose (c.1280) garments which share similar patterning details.

This kyrtle falls into the "Nockert Type 2" classification, having a body that is generally "A" shaped, with gores inserted into the side and center front and back. It has a rounded neckline with center front slit. The sleeves are tapered to the wrist, and have a square gusset under the arm for freedom of movement.

Please note: Colours for this range have been carefully matched to natural dye samples. Please refer to the Fabric Colours, Weaves and Information section.

This product has been developed in consultation with the Authenticity Officers for Regia Anglorum in the US and UK, as well as the Authenticity Officers for the Vikings UK and NA. Although it is policy for both groups to avoid giving blanket endorsements to vendors, this garment conforms to current Regia Anglorum and Vikings kit standards.

No visible machine stitching.

100% pure Linen

One size fits chest up to 45/46, and is approx. 45" from shoulder to hem.
Large fits chest up to 55/56, and is approx. 48" from shoulder to hem.

Pattern credits
I. Marc Carlson, Used with permission

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 27 September, 2008.