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The Cotehardie & Houppelande Homepage: Cote-hardie, called the Pourpoint of Charles de Blois

Charles de Blois - pourpoint...

frenchhistory: “ “ Pourpoint de Charles de Blois / Charles de Blois’ doublet ” It is one of the rare civilian costume that survived from the end of the Middle Ages, probably thanks to its.

Men cotehardie  Form Cotte men wearing military clothing as could also be called jupon. As civilian clothing was often multicolored, usually divided into quarters. Initially worn over paltock later through quilted jacket (pour point), which highlighted slim waist and huge padded chest. This was usually accompanied by narrow odors and wide belt pitched hips.

Men cotehardie Form Cotte men wearing military clothing as could also be called jupon. As civilian clothing was often multicolored, usually divided into quarters. Initially worn over paltock later through quilted jacket (pour point), which highlighted slim waist and huge padded chest. This was usually accompanied by narrow odors and wide belt pitched hips.

Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Tunics - Charles of Blois' pourpoint

Arming cote Some Clothing of the Middle Ages - Tunics - Charles of Blois' pourpoint

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German Wams Pattern Based on the Alpirsbach Doublet Find

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