Grey woolen doublet dated to
1630-1645, hand-sewn according to Stuart Peachey's Clothes of
the Common People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England. The
upper layer is a grey wool, the interlayer is made of a strong
linen cloth, a lining made of two different types of fine flax.
Buttons are also woolen, large 15 mm. Doublet has six tabs,
below which is a sewn canvas belt with metal eyelets, to which
the breeches with metal hooks on the belt hang.