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Specials on Hand Crafted gifts from Cozycrafts and jewelry from Itsa Pretty Jewelry
Girl's Coat 1885, American, Made of wool, linen, and lace
Pair of children's shoes, or sample shoes Italian, 1610–20
Stays (1785-90) with curious straps that wrap around the front of the corset.
Dress with Jacket, McAvoy of Chicago (back view): ca. 1930's, bias-cut velvet, boat neckline, rhinestone shoulder clips and a short train in back and has a long sleeved jacket with batwing sleeves.
18th century regality, amazing detailing.
Boy’s green and black Scottish kilt outfit, 1910s, was made by Romanes & Paterson, Edinburgh. Charleston Museum
Girl’s Dress, 1895. Bon Marché This charming girl’s party dress was purchased in Paris by General and Mrs. John B. Woodward in 1895 and given to Elizabeth Haynes. Produced by the prestigious department store Au Bon Marché, it is an example of high end children’s ready-to wear produced by the department store. Of added interest, is the observance of the fashion for full sleeves of the period for the young wearer.
Women wore hairnets or snoods to keep their locks in place, often adorned with jewels and precious stones.
Lucrezia Borgia wore only the finest, most exquisite gowns. Her wardrobe has been meticulously recreated.