Jopula with baggy sleeve
Dating: Half of the XIV th -beginning of the XV th century.
In standard machine-made with hand finishing. Wool with linen lining. Closed with 20 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).
This item is made to order. CHECK TERMS & CONDITIONS
Warning: Last items in stock!
Jopula is closefitting outer garment, with skirt widened with gussets. Particularly popular amongst middle-class and upper class in 2nd hlaf of XIV th century and at the very beginning of XV th century. In standard implementation closed with 20 pewter buttons( It's possible to sew additional buttons ). Commonly sewed from four parts, in addition, with six gussets and sleeves. It is possible to sew of several gussets. Maximum length up to the knees. Made of wool with linen lining. This type of Jopula is characteristic for so called passageway fashion – its sleeves are cut in simplified early form of baggy sleeve.
No customer reviews for the moment.