Rich & Rare: The Story of Irish Dress
In this comprehensive publication, Brid Mahon looks at traditional Irish clothes, whether those of the chieftain and king or the fisherman on the Aran islands. The author's special knowledge is of natural dyes and their use in traditional clothing.
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Irelands Golden Age
The Colours They Wore
The Shaggy Cloak
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