AUMONIERE - late medieval wool l pouch/ purse for coins with yellow embroidery and fringe
- Completely hand sewing and embroidering the bag takes about 12 hours of continuous work. Made to order.
The bag is made of wool with completely handmade embroidery with diamonds and stars and 100% linen lining inside. The bag is fastened to the belt with a thick knitted thread and tightens to prevent the contents from spilling out. The tassels/fringes are attached to the bottom of the bag.
Completely hand sewing and embroidering the bag takes about 12 hours of continuous work, as all the seams are made so that the bag is as strong as possible and will last you as long as possible.
A small historical pouch is always sewn from a long piece of fabric folded in half with a strap at the top and a hole for threading the string, allowing it to be tightened and stretched. This bag was worn by everyone, it was a must-have for all women and men. Inside the bag were coins that were given to the poor, most often near the church.
This bag is perfect not only for historical costumes, but also for everyday life, especially if you are a Boho lover.
Dimensions of bag:
Width – 14 cm
Length - 20 cm
Length of the thread - 28 cm
---------------------------------------- WASHING & CARE INSTRUCTION • wool clothes can be wash by hand only in 20C/30C • do not use bleach or stain removers • no spinning (it is damaging for seams and fibres) • hang in the vertical position to dry • to keep the look, it’s best to iron clothes inside out, up to 120C (one dots)
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In order to accurately determine the size necessary to order clothing, measure yourself and compare your body measurements with the dimensions given in the table.
Please take measurements only on a naked body. We take measurements with a centimeter tape while standing upright and breathing freely. The bust circumference is given without the bra.
- Height - we measure in a straight line from the top of the head to the feet, standing without shoes, with feet together.
- Chest circumference - we measure horizontally in its widest circumference.
- Waist circumference - we measure horizontally in the place of the largest narrowing of the torso.
- Hip circumference - we measure horizontally around the buttocks in their largest circumference.