Merchant of 17th and 18th Century Clothing and Supplies
Greetings to All
We are a family business dedicated to providing the Reenactment Community with high quality Historical Clothing and Supplies. Browse our ONLINE STOREto see our entire collection of authentic items made with natural fibers.
1700s and 1800s Authentic Reproductions of Monmouth Caps, French Navy Hats, Dutch Hats, Fingerless Mitts, Mittens, Knee Stocking and Socks
Listed on ourHand Knit Goods page, these wool items are not only knit using period correct patterns but they are warm and versatile so your outdoors adventures will be even more enjoyable when wearing them. We offer a wide variety of styles and colors so everyone can find the perfect fit for every activity or outfit. Whether you're camping or participating in battle reenactments, our wool items are sure to be a favorite. Hand knit with pure wool yarn from the MacAusland's Woolen Mills , these warm and durable period reproductions are a great choice for the cold and wet days of fall and winter.
Authentic Reproductions of 17th and 18th Century Shirts, Shifts, Breeches, Waistcoats and Coats
Available in a large variety of styles and sizes as well as a custom size option these are all constructed following period correct patterns and using only pure linen or wool fabrics. For these items check our Women's Clothing and Men's Clothing pages. Our 18th Century Women's Shifts are made with pure white linen using authentic period patterns. They have sleeves with gussets and side gores and are sewn with cotton thread. You can pick from a wide range of sizes or order a shift that is custom cut to your measurements. And if you are looking for stockings, fingerless mitts, mittens or scarves, check ourHand Knit Goodsand Accessories pages. Our 18th Century Men's Shirts offer both a great look and a great fabric choice. Made with pure linen fabric or pure wool flannel, these shirts will keep you comfortable in any type of weather. We purchase most of our linen from the Fabric Store and our wool flannels from the Dorr Mill. Our Custom-Cut 17th and 18th Century Breeches just like our shirts are made in house using cloth from the same suppliers.
Authentic Reproductions of 17th and 18th Accessories for both Women and Men Reenactors of the 1700 s and 1800s
Our Merino Wool and Cotton Stocking & Silk and Merino Wool Mitts featured on our Accessories page are Delp Items produced by Krista and Mike Delp.
Authentic Reproductions of 17th and 18th Century Bags and Packs
Sewn with the same natural fabrics that we use for our clothing, theseAuthentic Bags and Packs of the 1700 and 1800 are all hand sewn with heavy linen thread and finished with period correct buckles and buttons. These are a practical and necessary item for your adventures in the 17th and 18th Century.
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- The Spiotti Family - Bethlehem, NH
Friends of Bethlehem Trading Post
Harmon's Snowshoemen - New England based 17th and 18th century reenacting group, our home group.www.snowshoemen.com
Wulff's Rangers - A colonial ranger group in Michigan led by friend and well known historic research author Matt Wulff.www.wulffsrangers.com
Colonial Baker - Colonial Baker is dedicated to the study of 18th century baking in colonial North America. Jeff Pavlik dit Boulanger, who is a historian as well as proprietor and owner of a bakehouse is also the owner and operator of this very informative and interesting site:www.colonialbaker.net
The Burning of the Valleys Military Association (BVMA) is composed of units which reenact, mostly, the Revolutionary War in the Mohawk, Schoharie and Upper Hudson Valleys.www.bvma.org
RE Davis - The R.E. Davis Company sells a variety of items for the history minded. For nearly 40 years we have been one of the leaders in manufacturing muzzleloading firearm components, including locks, triggers, mounts and accessories.http://www.redaviscompany.com/index.html
The Muzzleloader Magazine - a great source for American history articles and living history stories and resources.