Ionar (pronounced "inner") is worn over the Léine and
is usually made of stout wool. It is made very short compared to modern
jackets. The sleeves are opened on the inside which is done to allow
the sleeves of the Léine to hang free. The Ionar is often, though
not always, elaboratedly decorated. The most common type of decoration
consisted of contrasting coloured strips in a series of lines. Another
common decoratative form contained flowers, vines and swirls. Some basic
Celtic designs may also have been incorporated.
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Medium weight, medieval style 100% boiled wool with light lining.
Decoration: Handwooven 100% wool trim of white, grey and black strips. Medieval style metal button, leather sleeve ties.