Kimberly Walters, from the historically-inspired Etsy store “Sign of the Grey Horse,” will give insight and focus on jewelry worn in the time of the Paca family. The demonstration will also highlight how jewelry design changed after the Revolutionary War. Living Historian Eliza Leigh Vincz will then demonstrate how hair and make-up were put on a lady using her own handmade hair pomatum, powders, and cosmetics. Using jewelry reproductions created by Kimberly Walters, Eliza will adorn herself in the style of an elite colonial woman of Annapolis.
Cost: Free for HA Docents and Docents-in-Training; $5 HA Members and Volunteers; $15 General Admission