Medieval tunic made of cotton, black
This tunic is based on a find which is dated to the 11th century. It was made of cotton and has hand-stitched decorative stitches. The fancy cut of the sleeves ensures that the upper arm is wide and the forearm is cut normally.
The Nederfrederiksmose bog body was found in 1898 near the village Kragelund in Denmark. The so-called Man of Kragelund is the first bog body to be photographically documented at the site where it was found. To the tunic he wore short leather boots and had bare legs.
material: 100% cotton
Care instructions: Washable at 40° in the washing machine. Not suitable for the dryer!
|all measures in cm
|Your chest circumfence app.*
|Chest circumfence tunic app.*
|Waist circumfence tunic app.
|hip circumfence tunic app.
|Arm length app.
|total length app.
*The tunic must always be wider at the bust than your measured torso size so that you can put on and take off the tunic and wear it comfortably. If you fluctuate between two sizes, take the larger size in case of doubt, since cotton is not elastic and can also shrink easily during washing.
Scope of supply: 1x medieval tunic made of cotton, black