Burgundian gown, XV century


This beautiful women dress of XV century is made according to the historically correct patterns. You can see such model of gown on paintings of the XV century. Hans Memling often portaried medieval women wored this garb. For example, his well-known portrait of Maria Portinari (painting is located in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

Dress with long train is made of natural wool. Lining is of cotton, but you may choose also silk or linen. There is removable insert made of velvet on the chest. Under the breast, there is a wide belt, which we can make of wool or velvet. Neckline and sleeves' edges are trimmed with wool or velvet. A lot of drapery and pleats accent femality of the garb.

Felt headwear is covered with wool. Also, there is long veil of white/opaline silk.

Colour and fabric of dress are avavilable in options for choosing.

Chest insert, belt, trim and headwear are of black wool by defaul. Please send the wished colour to us sales@steel-mastery.com

On the photo, dress is made of velvet. Base price incudes woolen dress with velvet trims, belt and chest insert and headwear with veil.

We offer you to have a look at medieval men's Burgundian costume of the XV century.

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This product is still to be handcrafted and you may customize it selecting its properties. The measurements of your body required for crafting this product will be requested after the purchase. The product will be completely custom-made according to your wishes.

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Burgundian gown, XV century
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