Tunic made of blue wool in a herringbone pattern (95%). Shape based on a find from Birka (Sweden), 8th-9th cent. Similar patterns were used in both the Skjoldehamn and Kragelund tunics, they are characteristic for early medieval tunics. Made of two rectangles and with square-shaped wedges under the armpits and wedges on the sides. Fabric has been washed before sewing.
Size: length of tunic 102 cm, width 66 cm, length of sleeves 60 cm, width of sleeves 16 cm, height of wedges 47cm.