CHILD’S SILK VELVET PUDDING
French, 18th c.
Prior to the second half of the eighteenth century, children of the affluent classes
appeared as miniature versions of their parents, in equally rich and restrictive
garments. One of the few practical concessions made to children’s needs in terms of
clothing was the pudding, a padded headdress that protected the child from potential
injury in the event of a fall.
I'd like to formally take my leave of some items which have recently been purchased from my shop. Today will be a wrapping frenzy, I believe.
It has been a very busy couple of weeks. Does this mean I can or should raise prices? And thus be one step closer to my dream of living off of this?