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Jupon

  • Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

Succeeding The Surcoat, The Jupon was a short, sleeveless coat worn over Armor (Breastplate), and frequently emblazoned with the wearer's Coat of Arms. Seen in the 14th Century, this was often the only way one could “display one's self” to the World! Worn in combat as well, by the mid to late 15th Century, Armor Makers were employing more Engravers and fine Metal Workers to etch or attach said Crests and Arms directly to one's helmet or Armor. The Jupon ceased to be.