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barbette & fillet hat with veil pinned on top

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Grzymała Manufacture - Historical clothes (XII-XIIIc.). Only thing that is wrong is the headgear. If you check the sources, Noblemen did not wear coifs in the twelfth century, and the hat rather fits the 13th.