Blue silk cotehardie
silk garment inspired by a pattern of
find No. 38. The sleeves are fasten by a row of pearl
buttons. There are several possibilities of headdress: a red
crespine decorated by pearls (the design based on the statue of
Isabel of Bavaria, Poitiers, the construction based London
excavation finding No. 1461) or a veils with pearls on the edges
placed over a false braids (according to the London finding No.
1450) and a coronet. The accessories are wide belt and tippets
(based on Jael and Sisera, Hs 2505, Speculum humanae salvationis).
The garment is dated to the late 14th century (ca 1360).