Linking your favorite traveling artists across the globe
An excellent basic tunic for starting a wardrobe or filling in a empty spot. Like most tunics worn throughout most of Europe during more-or-less the Dark and Middle Ages, the cut of the garment is simple and straight. This is not what I would consider a histo
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This tunic sells for $55. Fabric choices are all-cotton and poly/cotton. Color selection depends on what my suppliers have (but I'll always do my best to get the shade you want). The slit-front opening is faced and the neckline is bound. The belt is not included. Type and location of trimming will be determined for each garment individually. To use the tunic pictured above as an example, the order specified sage green cotton and Celtic-style trim with maroon or burgundy in it. Usage of braids, jacquards, cording, et al, is limited to stock on hand. Length of tunic is about 40" for most sizes (measured from base of neck down to hem).