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Burgundian hood made of linen for 15th century re-enactment

Burgundian hood made of linen century reenactment by LuaMedia

Medieval hat by *Janes-Wardrobe on deviantART

A moderately high status ladies medieval hat. The inspiration comes from the tapestry in the back ground. I was bored with seeing hennins - the typical medieval "posh" hat and want.

Idea with the elbow length sleeves and the partial neck closure! The flemish hood works nicely with this.  LIKE!

Idea with the elbow length sleeves and the partial neck closure! The flemish hood works nicely with this.

"Tilke" German gown   note the flat front with center seam but no horizontal seam

"Tilke" German gown note the flat front with center seam but no horizontal seam

Detail: Illustration of mining by Robinet Testard, late 15th century

15th Century Tailed Cap (aka: Flemish Kerchief)

Late Century White Hood or Coif – Transition Period / War of the Roses « sevenstarwheel

Open Hood by MorganDonner, via Flickr

morgandonner on livejournal had this intriguing picture/inset/pattern for a lovely flemish style hood. Would love to know what the painting inset is from.

St. Birgitta’s cap - 10 by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr

St. Birgitta’s cap

St. Birgitta’s cap - 10 by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr

Crédit photo : Marc Dossmann

Crédit photo : Marc Dossmann

A German gown from the end of the fifteenth century with characteristic deep, pointed décolletage and original sleeve construction. The sleeves are slashed and laced together in three places. The skirt is widened by four gores and has a small train.

A German gown from the end of the fifteenth century with characteristic deep, pointed décolletage and original sleeve construction. The sleeves are slashed and laced together in three places. The skirt is widened by four gores and has a small train.

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