• Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

Another type of women apparel, The Chaplet was used by both Common and Noble alike. Made from intertwined wood, vines and berry stems, (to name a few), The Chaplet was used by Brides as a symbol of their “virginity”. Often, smaller jewels and precious ornaments were also affixed to The Chaplet (for Nobility), to add to the ''prestige'' of The Wearer. In some cases, Chaplets were made of silk scarves or cloth. The actual use of The ''Chaplet Crown'' goes back many Centuries prior to The Middle Ages (and to many Societies).