Red, Burgundy, Royal Blue, Hunter Green, Purple, Black
Dark Brown, Camel, Patterned Wool (email, call or text us (708) 502-1937) with any questions about available patterned wools)
Note: Please note, with the difficulty of accurately representing colors on a variety of monitors, the color names are meant as descriptions along with the swatches. Please use both when deciding on what color to order. Also, despite how the colors may appear on your monitor the same color names in Wool, Silk and Linen are different and do not exactly coordinate.
Fifteenth century fashion is nothing, if not dramatic, and a part of that drama comes from the panoply of headgear worn by both sexes throughout the period. We’ve chosen four different styles for our men’s line that run the gamut from practical to outright outlandish; The Stuffed Chaperone, The Italianate Hat, The Acorn Hat and The Bag Hat. Our simplest 15th century hat style is the Bag or Sock Hat which was particularly popular with soldiers in the third quarter of the century. A simple, long-tailed cap, this cap and scarf in one was the perfect way to stay warm while on garrison duty or a long march. You can change the look and the fit by how much of it you roll up (the more you roll it, the bigger the roll, the tighter it will fit).
Drawing after detail from a fresco by Andrea del Castagno in the Villa Carducci in Legnaia, Florence, Italy, circa 1450
Drawing after fresco by Piero Della Francesca of the Legand of the Cross in the choir chapel in San Francesco, Prezzo, Italy circa 1447
Drawing after fresco by Giotto of a Simple Man Honors Saint Francis in the church of San Francesco, Italy circa 1300
Drawing after wall painting by circle of Giacomo Jacuerio in the Great Hall of Castello di Manto in Piedmont, Italy circa 1411
Drawing after detail of fresco by Lorenzo Salimbeni and Jalopo Salimbeni in the Ocatory of San Giovanni Battista, circa 1416
Drawing after wall painting by unknown painter in the Eagle’s Tower in the Castello del Buon Coniglio in Trent, Italy circa 1406
Drawing after King Arthur’s Round Table, Giovanni Boccaccio, Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes, Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. fr. 190 fol. 139, circa 1410
Drawing after A Middle Class Wedding by Jacques Legrand, Livre de Bonnes Moeurs, Paris Bnf, ms fr. 1023 fol. 60V circa 1410
A merchant deep in thought as he ponders his new merchandise in his bright gold linen doublet and black wool sock hat.
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