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Mme Chantberry

   She is from Poland and works as a profesional seamstress of historical clothing. Her creations are shown in museum and during dance and fencing exhibitions. She finished her Study at School of Artistic Fashion Design by diploma work "The Tudor Roses - English Renaissance Costume under the Spanish Influences". Her webpage with other costumes.

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Codex Manesse dress

underdress, cotehardie and surcotte according the Codex Manesse (ca 1300-1320)

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Manesse clothing

man's clothing based on illuminations in Codex Manesse (1300-1320)

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Cotehardie

Cotehardie button up at the front from the end of the XIV c.

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Cotehardie

popular at the end of 14th century. Wool and fur.

 
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Ladies garments around 1410

two houppelands and cotte made of wool

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Red robe

Men's robe with "sack sleeve" made of red velvet, doublet and hoses. Chaperon is twisted hood. About 1410

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Green houpelande

Ladies houppelande with "sack sleeve" made of green damask with flannel lining and chaperone. Ca 1415

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Red houpelande

Ladies houppelande with long open sleeve weave cuted at the edges. Underdress is cotte simple. Ca 1415.

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Green robe

Burgundian court robe made of green damask and truncated hennin (so called „chimney-pot hat“). The dress belongs to ca 1460

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Silver robe

Burgundian men's robe made of silver damask (ca 1460). Round chaperon created of a dark green wool.

 
Tailor's - Monca, part 1
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Tailor's - Mme Chantberry, part 2