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Teaching Fine Witches Since 1692 Cap

Teaching Fine Witches Since 1692 Cap


Embrace Salem’s unique history with the 100% cotton “Teaching Fine Witches Since 1692” cap, available only at the House of the Seven Gables!


2 in stock



This image has come to symbolize the city of Salem, but few know that it originated within the House of the Seven Gables. The mansion’s last residents, the Uptons, began touring Hawthorne fans through the house in the late 1800s. A daughter of the family, Ida Upton, sold hand-painted “witch cups” and “witch plates” to tourists that were decorated with the earliest rendition of this classic witch on a broom image. Her design has inspired countless variations over the last century.

This bewitching cap is the perfect accessory to add a touch of magic to any outfit. It is crafted from premium cotton making it both stylish and comfortable. It is embroidered with a House of the Seven Gables exclusive image of a witch riding across the night sky on a broom. On the back of the cap is written “Teaching Fine Witches Since 1692” above its adjustable strap.

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Additional information

Weight0.2 lbs
Dimensions11 × 8 × 5.5 in

Date: September 6, 2022

Author: sperling

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