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Scandinavian apron dress with tablet weave and silk trim

Date: Early Middle Age, Viking Age

Region: Scandinavia

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€ 79.00

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

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Scandinavian apron dress based on founds from Scandinavia.

Apron dress is typical for Vikings woman. It's worn by a woman for all stations. Worm over kirtle or overdress.

It is made of 3 parts on the back and open front panel. The front has four eyelets (2 on both sides and 2 on front panel) for attachment harness and fastens by oval fibule.

An apron is made of linen.

Dress has a 47 inches long (with strips)

The color of the back side is for choose, the front panel is beige with tablet weave and silk trims matched to back part.

Used materials: linen, silk, wool

Measurements I need: height, chest circumference, waist circumference

Estimated preparing time: 3 weeks

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