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Brocade jaquette

from beginning of the 15th century, black-gold brocade.

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Blue-white houpelande

Clothing of German noble man from beginning of the 15th century. Dark blue duvetyn and white linen, embroidered belt, chaperone.

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Blue gown

Dark blue woolen clothing with tippets according to the French fashion around 1420

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Vestment

tunic, cloak, cape and cingulum (girdle) of wool and flax. Beginning of 15th century

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Brown peasant

Dress for working woman, hand sewed form natural fabrics (15th century)

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Henry IV.

Houpelande, pourpoint, woolen hose, chaperone. First half of 15th century.

 
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Florentine nobleman

from the first half of 15th century. Silver brocade and dark blue velvet

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Flemish townswoman

from 1430-35. Wool textiles, brocade and fur.

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Cotehardie and surcotte

French dress based on Roman of Girart de Roussillon depiction (ca 1450). Silk, silk sateen, brocade, fur, jewelry.

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Brocade gown

German dress from half of the 15th century, black-gold velvet brocade

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Costume according to fashion of Philip III

The artwork was an illustration in Chroniques de Hainaut painted by Rogier van der Weiden, 1447.

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Magdalene

based on Braque Family triptych (1450, Musée du Louvre, Paris) by Rogier van der Weyden

 
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