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About The Burgundian

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Where & When Was The Burgundian Worn?

"Burgundian" dress was most commonly worn in Burgundy and the Netherlands in the mid to late 1400s.

The name is drawn from the no longer extant Duchy of Burgundy, which fell between the Loire valley and the Meuse river.

The marriage of Philippe le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, and Margaret, heiress of Flanders in 1369 was the start of the Burgundian domination in European dress.

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What is this? This is The Garbindex - a guide to making garb for recreationists (ie how to sew clothes that will make you look genuinely medieval, when 'playing' with such groups as the SCA, doing LARP - or even making something really genuine for drama.)

Use these resources to find resources that will help you create clothing that looks great - and real!

 
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