All pictures are of examples of these styles, unless otherwise noted.
Each item is custom made to your specifications.


Girl's Burgundian Gown     Item #C-007
This girl's gown is based on several paintings, from around 1475.  Always seen on a young girl in combination with a woman in the more familiar wide-collared Burgundian gown, this seems to be the child's version of this gown.

The girl's Burgundian is characterized by an extremely low v-front (often edged in trim) that laces closed over a matching or contrasting underdress.

I make this gown set to be quite versatile.  The underdress is a short-sleeve kirtle with trim on the sleeves and lacing up the back, suitable for everyday wear.

The over-gown can be added to it for those important court functions, or whenever your little lady needs to look her best.

Size: Pricing:
6 to 12

$100.00
Other views of this surcoat

Child's Surcoat with Kirtle     Item #C-001
The surcoat is an overdress that was worn from the 13th century through the 15th century in various forms.  It was most common in England until the 15th century when it spread to the main European continent.

I developed this surcoat pattern based on 13th-14th century sculpture and paintings.  This open-sided gown has trim around the side openings.

The kirtle is a basic underdress that was worn with many gowns in medieval times.  It was typically worn over a lightweight chemise that served as undergarments.  A gown would have been worn over it, either sleeveless or with wide sleeves.

This kirtle is made of linen.  It is fitted by lacing down the back to the hips.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12
$60.00
$80.00


Child's Surcoat     Item #C-002
The surcoat is an overdress that was worn from the 13th century through the 15th century in various forms.  It was most common in England until the 15th century when it spread to the main European continent.

I developed this surcoat pattern based on 13th-14th century sculpture and paintings.  This opensided gown has trim around the side openings.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12

$35.00
$50.00
Other views of this surcoat

Child's Basic Kirtle     Item #C-003
The kirtle is a basic underdress from the 13th through the 15th centuries, that was worn under many gowns.  It was typically worn over a lightweight chemise that served as undergarments.  A gown would have been worn over it, either sleeveless or with wide sleeves.

This kirtle is made of linen.  It is fitted by lacing down the back to the hips.  Delicate trim is available to be added at the end of the sleeve and the hem.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12

$30.00
$45.00
Other views of this kirtle

Child's Basic Tunic     Item #C-004
There were many varieties of tunics worn throughout the middle ages. They ranged from short to very long, and were worn as under-garments or as exterior garments.

This is a basic Renaissance tunic with medium-long sleeves and lacing at the neck closure. The hem is split at the side to accomodate sitting in this hip lenth tunic.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12

$25.00
$30.00
Other views of this tunic

Child's Short Basic Trimmed Tunic     Item #C-005
Image coming soon
There were many varieties of tunics worn throughout the middle ages. They ranged from short to very long, and were worn as under-garments or as exterior garments.

This is a basic Renaissance tunic with short sleeves and trim. The hem is split at the side to accomodate sitting in this hip lenth tunic.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12

$30.00
$35.00

Child's Fancy Tunic     Item #C-006
Image coming soon
There were many varieties of tunics worn throughout the middle ages. They ranged from short to very long, and were worn as under-garments or as exterior garments.

This Renaissance tunic features long full sleeves, with a laced cuff. Suitable as a dress tunic, or for everyday wear.  The hem is split at the side to accomodate sitting in this hip lenth tunic.

Size: Pricing:
Toddler to 3
4 to 12

$30.00
$40.00



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