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Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m)


Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m)

Century: XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m). Medieval Market, made from an impregnated cotton

Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, is 4,6 m high
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, a three part tent sheet
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, is a type of tent which is the most popular
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, Inside of the tent
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, Its construction is based on the guy rope
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, a very large tent of 6 m diameter
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market,  our tent is easy in transport
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, You can find it in the sources from the 13th century, as well as from the 17th century.
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, a three part mast of 460 m height
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, a set of metal elements for joining the mast parts
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, wooden pin with an orb
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, consisting of 3 elements: a roof and a two-part wall
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, waga wynosi około 70 kg
Pavilion with one pole (phi 6 m) - Medieval Market, Coloured tent fabrics


CODE Material
Standard
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Price
TNBE1494CottonMachine-made 2300.00 EUR

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This model of a pavilion is made from an impregnated cotton of 340 g/m2 grammage. It’s a very large tent of 6 m diameter.

It’s construction is based on the guy ropes and its walls are made of two fabric sheets. This makes our tent easy in transport.

The pavilion is 4,6 m high, consisting of 3 elements: a roof and a two-part wall. This solution provides two types of an entrance to the tent: in the front and in the back. Weight of this construction together with tent pegs reaches around 70 kg.

The set consists of:
- a three part tent sheet: roof + two walls
- a three part mast of 460 m height
- 1 wooden pin with an orb
- 51 tent pegs + 2 spare pegs
- a bag for tent pegs
- a bag for tent
- a set of metal elements for joining the mast parts
- 3 anti-hurricane ropes (phi 8, 10 m long)
- 24 long guy ropes (phi 8), 4,5 m long each
- 24 short guy ropes (phi 8), 1,7 m long each (mounted to longer guy ropes)

Hand sewn standard is unavailable now.



Pavilion with one pole is a type of tent which is the most popular in medieval iconography. You can find it in the sources from the 13th century, as well as from the 17th century.

There are especially a lot of examples with decorative tapes, unique merlons or painted decorations. Examples of this shelter can be found on the pages of Maciejowski Bible (1250) in the form of white one-mast tents. On the other hand, colored examples are visible in so-called the Alexander Romance (1338-1410), stored in the Bodleian Libraries.



NOTE! There's an option of changing the polypropylene rope for hemp rope with no charge. Polypropylene ropes are more durable and they stretch and twist less easily.

Under the influence of bad weather conditions (heavy rain for example), wet leather elements may taint the tent's fabric.
The leather used for strengthening fabric in places where there are pegs, entry, and guy ropes is in black colour.



Due to the fact that our tents are sewn from 100%-natural fabrics, they are meant to be used occasionally. By “occasional use” we mean using the tent in a row of maximum 5 days, a couple times a season/a year, with drying the tent’s canvas after each usage. Despite anti-mold and anti-rain impregnation, when you use the tent for a prolonged time, mold spots might start to appear and the fabric might lose its anti-rain properties – especially in humid weather conditions (long and heavy rains, the lack of sun, high air humidity etc.). Therefore, the deterioration of tent’s condition due to prolonged usage cannot be treated as a ground for complaints. However, if you are interested in such usage of our tents, please contact us and we will offer you an alternative to our standard tent fabrics (e.g. a mixture of natural fabric with polyester, with higher endurance against dampness and mold).



MODIFICATIONS:

Modification

Machine
sewn

Hand
sewn

One additional colour: Tents' sheet made of coloured cotton fabric or made of two colours: ecru and one additional colour.

+ 494€

Two or more additional colours: Tents' sheet made of coloured cotton in two or more additional colours.

+ 547€

Windshield: Additional 20 cm wide stripe of fabric attached to the bottom edge of the tent sheet to protect against wind and damp.

+ 147€

+ 189€

Decorative cotton tapes: Coloured decorative tapes along the seams. Made of 3cm wide cotton tape.

+ 749€

+ 1290€

Lining: Additional layer of fabric inside the tent covering the walls. Might be produced in various colours.

Cotton:
+ 1470€
Linen:
+ 2190€

Individual
pricing

Decorative merlon: Decorative merlon, different than standard one (type 1). Three options available: waves type (t. 2), tooth type (t. 3), crenels type (t. 4).

+ 136€

+ 147€

Hand painted tent: Hand- painted tent according to customer's suggestions.

Individual
pricing







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