Re: [Authentic_SCA] Peasant Girl clothing help
- In a message dated 6/25/04 7:08:51 AM, aheilvei@... writes:
<< hello. I am trying to locate a garment for a 15th or 16th century
peasant girl child. the daughter of a stable groom in a knight's
employ. she would have been about 13 or 14.
As far as I can determine it was a homespun grey wool gown with a
linen kertch to cover her hair. and an overskirt which doubled as
Can you tell me where I might find pictures of this garment to
verify its origin? I'm not sure, but I think it was northern
european, but not english. a celtic peasant garment perhaps?
>>When you say you're trying to 'locate', can you explain where the original
reference to this came from?
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