|A 14th century gambeson, made in red and black heavy
weight linen, and lined in natural linen.
The gambeson is emblazoned with the arms of my client -
quartered red and black, with white fleurs-de-lys.
The padding is woollen blanketing.
The gambeson is gusseted under the arms, for the additional
flexibility of movement, and it is cut with a keyhole
neckline, and back and front splits.
The sleeves are made in half red and half black, to match
the colour in the body that they extend from.
The fleurs-de-lys are cut from white wool, and appliqued
onto the gamby.
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|The matching surcoat that I made to
be worn over the gambeson and