Robe Type 2
Dating: Turn of the XIVth/XVth - middle of the XVIth century
In standard machine-made with hand finishing. Wool with linen lining.
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Garments like robe/houpellande are an answer to the short and skintight passageway fashion of XIV centuries. The robe is loose, bell-formed cutted with many folds all around what allows careful laying. This type had a small standing collar. Normally shorter than the houpellandes. Made of wool with linen lining. This particular model is a simplier version of this type of garment. It's closed under the chin with 6 pewter or material buttons plus 4 additional buttons on each sleeve.
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