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Scandinavian apron dress - for a Viking Woman

Date: Early Medieval

Region: Scandinavia

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€ 129.00

  • machine stitching
  • machine stitching with manual finishes
  • sewn manually

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Apron dress based on founds from Haithabu - early medieval trade center in Denmark.

Apron is decorated with tablet woven selvages (100% wool and produced by traditional handmade technique)

Apron dress is typical for vikings woman. It's worn by women of all stations. Worn over kirtle or overdress.

It is made of four parts. The front has two eyelets for attachment harness, and fasten an oval fibule.

Made of wool or linen.

Construction of this apron is based on pattern from Stockholm Museum of History.

Dress has a 47 inches long.

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