Portolan chart by Gabriel de Valesca (1439)

Baby Leggings

Accurate maps help keep ships safe at sea. In the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, maps called "portolan charts" recorded the accumulated experience and wisdom of generations of Mediterranean seafarers. Portolan charts were practical, no-nonsense tools made for the use of sailors who sailed "great waters."

Gabriel de Vallseca, also referred to as Gabriel de Valseca was a Catalan cartographer of Jewish descent connected to the Majorcan cartographic school. These leggings feature his most notable map, the portolan of 1439, containing the first depiction of the recently discovered Azores islands.

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CAD 35.00
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The turn around time on most orders is 5-10 business days. Most leggings are made ​​to order unless I have some already in stock. I pack and ship every day of the week. International orders (outside of the US and Canada) may take 4-6 weeks to arrive. The buyer is responsible for all brokerage fees, if applicable. You may cancel your order at any time prior to shipment for a full refund. Once your order is shipped, the sale is final.

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Loose fitting baby leggings in soft and supple polyspandex: 88% polyester, 12% spandex knit performance fabric. This allows your baby freedom of movement while fitting well. These leggings leave ample area for diapers and won't squeeze too tightly at the waist. The vivid prints can be washed over and over with no fading to the print and no shrinking of the fabric. This baby legging fabric is quickdry, easy to care for, and has natural antibacterial properties.