Cotte tunic without lining
Dating: XIV th- XV th century
In standard machine-made with hand finishing. Made of wool. Closed with 5 pewter buttons.
It is possible to order any colour or mi-parti. It is possible to modify buttons quantity (please leave us a note in the order's summary).
Warning: Last items in stock!
The tunic was a very popular male's garment of all social classes in the
medieval Europe. More loose, more laxly cut, fits well and easily to the body. Commonly
cutted from two parts , with sleeve and gussets in the armpits, in addition, another four
gussets in the upper part of the body. It makes it wider. The cutting was semicircular closed with 5 pewter buttons. Made of wool.
No customer reviews for the moment.