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Late Renaissance Shirt

ID#: 100342

Price: $59.00 

Late Renaissance Shirt

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Late Renaissance Shirt
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This sharp looking shirt was a favorite from the Renaissance through the mid-18th century. The fashionable, loose fitting design made for easy concealment for a dagger or purse. In swordplay, this shirt allows freedom of movement with the bloused sleeves which tie at the cuff. Four eyelets on either side of the V-neck tie closed with a thong. This shirt is available in black, white or red.  Choose from sizes S (14), M (15), L (16) or XL (17-18).  Polyester.

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Sizes & Colors In Stock S M L XL
Black Yes Yes Yes Yes
White Yes Yes Yes Yes
Red Yes Yes Yes Yes

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    good quality shirt, very stiff at first but a run through the dryer with a wet cloth softened it up nicely. couldn't give 5 stars because a red tag attached to the shirt bled onto the collar leaving a small stain
    Reviewed by john  r
    5/17/2015 11:37:25 AM
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    the shirt was exactly what I was expecting. It is of excellent quality and had no flaws. The weight of the shirt is great, not too heavy but not too light. Great for my ren garb.
    Reviewed by Chad  S
    8/3/2010 12:00:00 AM
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    I purchased the white shirt it just what I expected. There was one little thing about it. The cord for the V cut in the front was not available during the period when the shirts were made. I found a innovative fix though. The draw strings for the sleeves were extra long, so I used the excess from the sleeves, replace the cord in V cut in the front. Aside from that it's wonderful addition to my costume. Cour de Lyon
    Reviewed by Bruce W.  W
    2/21/2009 12:00:00 AM