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14th Century Doublet and Hat

14th Century Doublet and Hat

Developing from the earlier tunic, the 14th century doublet was a simple shape, at least thigh length and often fastened with many buttons. Prices from £145

14th Century Doublet

14th Century Doublet

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Surcoat and Pennon

Surcoat and Pennon

Colourful liveries were used to distinguish different knights on the battlefield.This livery of a fess and mullet or (gold) on an azure (blue) field was made to match the coat of arms shown on his shield.

Pennents from £30

Surcoats from £165

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An example of a nobles tunic, split front and back for riding.

Norman Tunic

Norman Tunic

Norman brocade tunic, edged with linen: £185

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15th century gentleman

15th century gentleman

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

15th Century Gown and Chaperon

15th Century Gown and Chaperon

15th Century Coat

15th Century Coat

The final layer for those who could afford it was the full-length gown.

Shorter versions (coats) were worn by poorer or working men.

Prices start from £155

15th century gown

15th century gown

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18th century menswear from simple uniforms to elaborate Gentlemen’s outfits.
18thC Gentleman

18thC Gentleman

Fine wool 3-piece suit from £525

 

Beauchamps Company Uniform

Beauchamp’s Company Uniform

Red wool uniform coat with blue facings and pewter buttons.

Simple uniform coats start at £245

Gentleman adventurer

Gentleman adventurer

Velvet frock coat with woollen breeches and brocade waistcoat.

Frock coats from £280

Breeches from £95

Waistcoats from £120

 

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18thC Gentleman

Same coat as left with decorative braid £450

Silk embroidered waistcoat POA

(Dog not for sale)

 

 

 

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