Medieval Gugel Mirella, velvet, various colors
This buttoned velvet gugel is made of cotton velvet (100% cotton) and lined with a light cotton fabric. The hood is cut extra wide around the face and ends in a long peak (also called liripipe). The Gugel is closed with small ball buttons.
Chronologically, this buttonable headgear belongs to the late Middle Ages. Numerous depictions from the time prove that this type of gugel belonged to everyday clothing and was often worn at work.
As for the velvet fabric, it can be added that it appeared in the Mediterranean region in the 14th century and was woven mainly in Italy. The elaborate way of making velvet made it an exclusive commodity.
Details Medieval Gugel Mirella, velvet, versch. Colors:
- Available sizes: One size
- Available colors: black, red
- Material: 100% cotton (velvet)
- Care instructions: Cotton velvet should not be put in the washing machine, as velvet crumples irrevocably. Velvet should also not be ironed, as this will cause the pile to lose its depth. We recommend brushing out light stains with a clothes brush. For coarser stains, we recommend taking the gugel to the dry cleaner.
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