820.00 € – 1,200.00 €
A square pavilion with a roof resting on a central pile and two metre long side stakes. Tents of this type have been in use since the seventeenth century. There is no evidence of medieval use of such a structure. The size of the tent is 4m by 4 m and 3.3 m high, with walls 2m high. Since they are laid at right angles to the ground, the tent is more spacious than Umbrella or Basel tents.
A square pavilion with a roof supported by a central mast and two-metre long side stakes. Tents of this type have been in use since the 17th century. There is no evidence of medieval usage of such tents. Similar designs were used in later periods – 17, 18 and later on. The tent is 4m wide and 4m long and 3.3m high, with walls 2 m high. Walls are perpendicular to the ground makeing this design more spacious than Basel type tent.
As standard the tent is made from natural coloured technical cotton of 300 gr/m2 density. This fabric, however, will not withstand prolonged rain, recommended for countries with a warm climate. We suggest to order impregnated fabric which has been tested and impregnated by the manufacturer, not by a subcontractor or by hand which will guarantee that the tent is rot resistant and waterproof. We also provide and option to use a colored and impregnated fabric for the tent, in the footer of the shop website you will find a link to the card of available colors. We also paint tents with historical motifs
We use deciduous wood such as ash, beech, birch, etc. to make the tent frame.
The set includes:
Shiping cost is about 35€
|Dimensions||210 × 60 × 40 cm|