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  • Pamela Hill

    This dress is known as the Valdemar Slot Gown. The fabric is moss green silk brocade with real gold threads, dating from 1695-1700 #Historical #Fashions

  • Kristen Start

    cameoo asked: have you found any 17th century fashion? all the nice pieces i can find are 18th century and foward and im looking to see what the time period around the Salem withc trials were like. brsis mentioned this to me yesterday and it slipped my mind (sorry!) Janet Arnolds The Cut and Construction of Clothes for Men and Women, C.1560-1620 and the C.1660-1860 is the best source for extant examples from these periods. Ive never actually looked into Puritan fashion, Im more of a Cavalier! Around this period Im still hanging out across the pond at the French court and chillin with Charles II! The Stuarts are in Power and they brought with them the loveliest style of dress.   The above dress is from 1695-1700 and is called the Valdemar Slot Gown. The fabric is moss green silk brocade with real gold threads, and the museum that owns it claims that it is amongst the eldest whole surviving civile female outfits in Europe.  This is the closest I could find to 1692 (Salem Witch Trials) but Ill keep looking around for you!

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