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The style of '''sleeves''' was quite varied in [[period]]. [[Elizabethan]] style garb involved quite long sleeves.
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The style of '''sleeves''' was quite varied in [[period]]. [[Elizabethan]] style garb involved elaborate sleeves that could be detached from a [[bodice]] or [[doublet]].
   
 
An [[heraldic]] depiction of a sleeve was called a [[maunche]].
 
An [[heraldic]] depiction of a sleeve was called a [[maunche]].

Latest revision as of 01:58, 10 June 2007

The style of sleeves was quite varied in period. Elizabethan style garb involved elaborate sleeves that could be detached from a bodice or doublet.

An heraldic depiction of a sleeve was called a maunche.