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Doublet of Charles of Blois, circa 1360 $234.95. Reproduction of the garment said to have belonged to Charles of Blois. This pourpoint or doublet is part of the collection of the Musee Historique des Tissus in Lyons and probably post-dates Charles' death at Auray in 1364.

Aketon – An aketon (Illustration D) is a padded outer garment that is basically a gambeson-like padded or quilted armor that need not have mail over it. Some of these coats (such as the one in illustration D) have raised collars, while others do not.

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Skjoldam tunic bog find from end of century now situated in Skjoldam Tromso Museum. Mozliwe, że to XIw.

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This is a Pourpoint, which was also called a doublet or Gipon. It was a closely fitted sleeveless garment with pad in front, which was used for military dress.

14th century buttons-- good info on what sizes to use, where to place them, and a few little construction tips for garments with buttoned closures.

century buttons-- good info on what sizes to use, where to place them, and a few little construction tips for garments with buttoned closures.

Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum

Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing half of century, Vaberg Museum. On this image the Museums director is wearing the original garments!

Buttons on the pourpoint of Charles de Blois. 1360s pourpoint of Charles of Blois padded; gold thread in fabric. Lyon, Musee Historique des Tissues.

Buttons on the pourpoint of Charles de Blois. pourpoint of Charles of Blois padded; gold thread in fabric.

Doublet of Charles of Blois, circa 1360 [BSD-CB01] - $234.95 : Historic Enterprises, Were making history

Doublet of Charles of Blois, circa 1360 [BSD-CB01] - $234.95 : Historic Enterprises, Were making history

European eyelet doublet with metal rings sewn inside the eyelets, 15th to 16th century, Wurzburg Castle, Germany.

European eyelet doublet with metal rings sewn inside the eyelets, to century, Wurzburg Castle, Germany.

La grande assiette is a term for a tailoring method used in the mid/late 14th century and throughout the fifteenth century in which a sleeve was inserted into a deeply-set arm hole with the assistance of triangular gores. A freely moving sleeve piece set deeply into the body of the garment allowed full and unconstricted …

The tailoring of the grande assiette by Tasha Kelly McGann The Housebook dress is a Southern German style, and there is a folio of "From the Hans Tallhoffer fechtbuch, 1459 edition, fol. 182 (Southern German)" showing doublets with that sleeve.

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