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This is an Irish version of a woman's [[cotehardie]], that has some very interesting cutting patterns and seam placements when compared to other plans for cotehardie construction. It may date anytime from the [[14th century]] to the [[17th Century]], as this style of dress continued to be worn in [[Ireland]] long after it was unfashionable elsewhere.
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The '''moy bog gown''' is an Irish version of a woman's [[cotehardie]], that has some very interesting cutting patterns and seam placements when compared to other plans for cotehardie construction. It may date anytime from the [[14th century]] to the [[17th Century]], as this style of dress continued to be worn in [[Ireland]] long after it was unfashionable elsewhere.
   
''external links''
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== external links ==
 
* Reconstructing History - Moy Gown - http://www.reconstructinghistory.com/irish/moy.html
 
* Reconstructing History - Moy Gown - http://www.reconstructinghistory.com/irish/moy.html

Revision as of 11:32, 17 December 2003

The moy bog gown is an Irish version of a woman's cotehardie, that has some very interesting cutting patterns and seam placements when compared to other plans for cotehardie construction. It may date anytime from the 14th century to the 17th Century, as this style of dress continued to be worn in Ireland long after it was unfashionable elsewhere.

external links