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Medieval-Renaissance cap Gouda, red

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Caps like this were mainly worn by ladies during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. During these periods, ladies always wore head covers in public. Only unmarried girls and prostitutes had uncovered hair. Especially women from the bourgeoisie and the working class wore such caps, such as peasant women, citizens, landladies, market vendors and the like. Caps were also practical, during household jobs such as cooking and dusting, the cap protected the hair from grease and dust. You can fasten the cap under your chin so that it stays in place. Thanks to its universal design, it can be combined with many outfits and is perfect for re-enactment, LARP, Cosplay and theater.


Details:
Material: 100% cotton
Color: red
One size fits all
Laundry prescription: 30 degrees laundry
Based on a historical original
Transport weight (gram): 300 *

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

Product details

Material: 100% cotton / / Color: red / / One size fits all / / Laundry prescription: 30 degrees laundry / / Laundry prescription: 30 degrees laundry / / Based on a historical original

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