- Made of cotton and linen
- Available in two sizes S/M and L/XL
Description of the Product
In medieval times only young girls and unmarried women were allowed to show themselves without any headdress; older and married women wore coifs, not only outside but indoors as well. Headdress was regarded as a social symbol but it had some practical benefits as well as, for instance protecting the wearer´s hair against dirt. The coifs like these were very common in the Middle Ages and they were used on their own or as a kind of underwear under the more formal and expensive headdresses. Even nowadays coifs are an inherent part of many traditional costumes.
Material: upper 100 % cotton, lining 87 % cotton and 13 % linen.
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Products are located in our own storehouse
In Kaarina, Finland.
Orders are shipped out within 24 hours of us receiving the order.
Purchase online or offline
You can also pickup your order at our store.
We accept Credit Cards & Online Banks etc.
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