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A tribute to the Native American, the essence of Pocahontas is captured in this striking Indian maiden. Pocahontas made of faux suede, features white fringe trim with a slimming built-in belt around the waistline. Necklace and armband accessories complete the ensemble.
Shimmering like the sea on a sunny summer’s day, the gold and lace of this form flattering gown set the Caribbean Pirate bride apart. The luxurious finish flashes brilliantly against the verdant backdrop of a Port Royal wedding or in a more formal setting back in Victorian England.
Behind every successful man stands a strong woman. In this case, it is first lady Martha Jefferson, dressed in a brocade dress with pleated satin bodice inset. Soft lace sleeves are finished off with long graceful satin bow at the waist.
The great love of Running Bear was tragically drowned by the mighty current as the Indian Princess White Dove swam to meet him. Indian Princess dress of faux suede features a fringed wrap-around skirt. Leather lacing with beads and conchos over bodice and belt. Authentic hand-beaded headband and feathers and conchos.
The stoic and strong wife of Pilgrim leader John Alden, she was the last surviving member of her family after its arrival on the Mayflower. Reflective of her beliefs and her personality, Priscilla is sensibly attired in a black twill dress and cape with white twill apron and cuffs.
The duke and duchess, landed gentry from Sussex, are embarking on their first sightseeing tour of the United States. Dressed in nineteenth-century style that reflects their refined nobility, they elicit many second looks on the streets of Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Miles Standish sent John Alden to propose on his behalf to Priscilla. However, Priscilla said, “Why don’t you speak for yourself, John?” Reflective of his puritanical upbringing, John’s tunic is black twill with a traditional white collar, with appropriately matching knickers and belt.
The ravages of war haven’t yet besmirched this flamboyantly dressed Revolutionary War officer. His twill coat, trimmed with contrasting fabric lapels and cuffs, features gold buttons and epaulettes with heavy metallic fringe. It is completed with period vest and knickers.
The author of the Declaration of Independence and our third President, Jefferson and his wife are featured dressed in a manner befitting their social status.