In Alexander Dumas' novels, he wrote that the heraldic cross fleury was one of the identifying symbols musketeers used. This surcoat is decorated with crosses fleury embroidered and displays the lily symbol as well. Our surcoat with a silver cross is made of supreme quality cotton velveteen and lined with matching satin. The neck opening is cut wide to accommodate a dashing white shirt with a broad, decorative cavalier collar.
Cardinal's Guard Tabard
The elite guard of the infamous Cardinal Richelieu wore this tabard to distinguish themselves from others.
This blood red tabard is crafted from heavy red cotton velvet with a vintage gold rayon lining.
It has crosses embroidered in silver and gold with fleur-de-lis on the chest and sleeves.
Looks great with our Musketeer shirt # 100512, the Musketeer hat # 201224 and the Musketeer Rapier # 500784
Made of heavy red cotton velvet and gold rayon lining
Embroidered chest and sleeve crosses
Made in one size. Dry clean only.
Influenced by "The Man in the Iron Mask" by Alexandre Dumas, this Royal Musketeer Tabardier is crafted from
black cotton velvet with a gold rayon lining.
Crosses embroidered with fleur-de-lis '' are embroidered on the chest and sleeves.
An adjustable stand-up collar completes this stunning look.
To complete the full look, combine it with our Musketeer Shirt # 100512, the suede Musketeer hat # 201224 and Musketeer Rapier # 500784
This tabard is crafted from black cotton velvet with a gold rayon lining.
It has crosses embroidered with the fleur-de-lis on the sleeves and chest.
One size. Dry clean only.