The Great Hussar

This glorious set was custom ordered by an amazing LARPer for this properly majestic character inspired by the famed Polish hussars of the 16th and 17th centuries. The costume includes a silver and black jacquard cotehardie, going down to knee length, with long sleeves, a tight collar, and handmade buttons made of black linen.

Even more exuberant is the long royal blue coat, made of velvet lined with pearled silver satin. The sleeves are opened on the sides and include gorgeous silver buttons. On the front, the long coat is decorated with small pompons and black fringes. The fur collar is made of silver grey rabbit pelt and is removable. 

The long sash was also sewed by our team as part of the awesome project, and is made of black tone on tone brocard, with dark fringes and a silver ribbon. The sash is also lined with the same silver satin used for the coat. As for the glorious felt hat, it was brought to us by Créations Sydéral for this project. It is made of molded felt covered with synthetic fur similar to a coyote pelt. The hat is also decorated with pheasant feathers on the front, with a nickel brooch holding them in place. As for the cockatrice white and blue belt; it was an original creation from our client.

Coat, cotehardie, and sash made by Les Artisans d'Azure
Hat made by Créations Sydéral
Bracers made by Armurerie Marco Laverdure
Cockatrice belt made by our client
Genuine war hammer provided by our client
Pictures by Open Shutter

Inspiration Renaissance

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