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All materials (with exceptions listed below), graphics (with exceptions listed below), patterns, design, and information are the sole intellectual property of Tammie L. Dupuis aka Laurellen de Brandevin (SCA) and are not to be used without permission. This site is for the personal use and enjoyment of those individuals who share a passion for 16th and 17th Century clothing.

The exceptions to this are the photos taken from various texts and the manuscript of Franscois del la Rocha de Burguen, which is the property of the V&A. Further exceptions include the handouts in PDF format for my classes which contain photos and illustrations from various works. These are covered under the Fair Use clause of the Copyright act, detailed below.

Please be responsible. You are welcome to use this site to further your knowledge and to support and develop your own ideas, patterns, theories, etc. Please give credit where credit is due.

Permission for use of the information, graphics, patterns, designs, etc. that are my sole intellectual property may be obtained by dropping me an email: Click here. I am more than willing for my information to be copied and used, as long as permission is asked and given.

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August 2nd, 2000

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