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Grace O'Malley Pirate Shirt
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Our swashbuckling Grace O'Malley shirt is based upon the exploits of a real female pirate. Known as the Sea Queen of Connaught, she was the noble-born and educated daughter of an Irish sea-faring family.
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Available in white or black. Sashes sold separately.
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HISTORY: Grace O'Malley succeeded on her own terms. She commanded 3 galleys and a crew of 200 men. She became so wealthy and powerful that when her sons and half-brother were taken prisoner in 1593 by the English Governor of Connaught, she petitioned Queen Elizabeth 1 for their release and was granted a face-to-face meeting to negotiate a truce. The English queen was so taken with the pirate queen that she granted her request, in exchange for Grace's agreeing to end her Irish rebellion and acts of piracy against England.
This classic pirate shirt in fine cotton has eyelet and cord lacing down the front. The very full sleeves have long cuffs with buttons for a good fit, and the shirt is long enough to wear out or tuck in. See the chart below for sizing.
Though most female pirates in history succeeded by posing as men, Grace made no secret of being a woman. Our ultra-feminine Grace O'Malley skirt pays tribute to her unabashed feminine side!
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This simple, yet elegant skirt in fluid crepe is super full, with elastic and drawstring waist for comfort and fit. See size chart below. Comes in red or black.
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Grace O'Malley Skirt
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$59.95 plus shipping
Shown with Barbossa Blouse (sold separately)