Jopula type 2
Dating: Half of the XIV th, beginning of the XV th century
In standard machine-made with hand finishing. Wool with linen lining.
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Jopula is closefitting outer garment, with skirt widened with gussets. Particularly popular amongst middle-class and upper class in 2nd half of XIV th century and at the very beginning of XV th century. In following implenentation it is loosely inspired by the graveplate of family von Soest from St. John's church in Toruń. Made of wool with linen lining. Cut of four parts with skirt widened with 6 wedges. Sleeves closed with 17 pewter buttons. On the front closed with 18 pewter buttons.
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