Last year, you kindly gave me permission to use your models and costumes as references for part of a pastel painting I was working on. The painting is finally finished, and I thought you might like to see a scan of the end result, which I have titled ‘Champion of Warwick’. I added a few more figures to my original design and I think they have made a nice colourful crowd and added to the atmosphere. I’ll be submitting the painting for the annual exhibition of the Society of Equestrian Artists at the Mall Galleries, London, in July, and will also be producing a limited edition of prints of the painting.
Many thanks for your kind help.
The couple are showing of our 12th century line. Isabel is wearing our Women’s Tapestry Turret Hat and Silk Bliaut under a personal 12th century over vest and Ruet is wearing our Silk Supertunic and Linen Undertunic.
Our very first customer at the 2003 Pennsic War, wearing our linen
gown in red in front of the Revival Clothing store.
A customer who stopped by at Boar’s Head in Milwaukee to show off his
Silk Full Wardrobe – looking great in head to toe Blue and Red Silk.
Dear Revival Clothing,
Thank you for the pleasant conversation earlier. I most certainly will recommend your clothing to our friends. We received many compliments about how well we were attired. In addition the clothing was very comfortable, and the linen makes very comfy pajamas, as they wick away moisture at night. I would have to say that I favor this clothing the most out off the extensive collection of outfits I own.
I cannot thank you enough for making us look so good.
Several customers who stopped by at events to show off their Revival Clothing. They are wearing Silk Gown
and Hood, Tapestry Surcoat, Turret Hat and Silk Gown, and Silk Bliaut, Stomacher and Double Wrapped Belt.
Thank you!! Thank you!! Thank you!! We got the order yesterday and everything fits perfectly and Dre loves the purse. Thank you so much for sending it to her that was so sweet.
Here is Miriam Bell (aged 14) wearing your frontlaced full gown at the 2019 Great Plains Renaissance Faire in Wichita.
I deeply appreciate the Gaston Phebus line. I wear it frequently (average 2x / wk these days) when pursuing game with longbow, crossbow, spear, javelin and hawk. I have been wearing elements of the Gaston Phebus line when taking elk, boar, rabbit & squirrel in the last 12 months. I have recommended the clothing line to a number of fellow medieval hunting enthusiasts. The Gaston Phebus line has held up to some pretty heavy hunting abuse. I’ve been through shoulder high brambles innumerable times that have pulled a few threads, but I remain exceedingly pleased with the performance of the clothing in the field for its intended purpose. Primarily, I wanted you to know how greatly I appreciate the research you put into your products, and the quality of the workmanship. I regularly put the wool Gaston Phebus full wardrobe through intense field abuse and it has held together better than ANY comparable product I have purchased anywhere in the last 20 years.
All the best!
Got it Friday, everything was great , thanks!!!!!
My instructor Ken Harding and myself, both have your fencing doublet!
Hi there! I wanted to share a recent photo from a trip to Camlann Medieval Village. I wore your blue linen dress and everyone loved it. One of the volunteers even quietly broke character and told me she has the same dress in the same color. ;-D
L to R: Henry (Hank) McLemore, Bill Grandy, Kevin Comer
– Kevin Comer
In all my finery!
Here’s one from Fair Verona… literally…
-Dr. Bill Ernoehazy
This is from Crown Tourney fall of 2013. The wool dress is so comfortable and cozy!
I love it!
I feel like a King!
Love my arming points
Here is my entry for your photo contest
I love my dress!
Your revival clothing “week” things remind me that I never told you all how happy I’ve been with your products. Got the hood from you over 9 years ago (or so) and it’s still going strong. And the simple hose is a newer addition. Cheers~
Well folks, 12th Night, and the Coronation of Felix and Eva, now over. Please meet, King Felix, and Queen Eva.
The front laced DuLac gown in red and white
-Karin Taylor de Cameron
Hi, I’m Christopher Allen & this is my wife Mary Allen in her wedding dress made by you.
(I did the embroidery on the bottom.) Please feel free to use this picture for your website.
For your garb contest!
(I’m the one in green, stabbing my friend!)
It was a Lost Arts Trade Fair in Petrie, Queensland, Australia. I was practicing my rapier work and my wife took this snap.
I like it. I hope you do too.
🙂 -Ashley Walker
The front laced DuLac gown in red and white!
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