Cotehardies: Cutting and Fitting the Grand Aissiette

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Description The outstandin g feature of the 14th century pourpoint worn by Charles of Blois is the extraordin arily large armhole (grand aissiette) and sophistica ted cut of the sleeves. The unusual shaping and many gussets allow an astonishin g range of movement to the arms.
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