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James Of Arci, History, Armours English, English Civil, Armors, 1686, James Ii, King James'S Ii Armours 1 Jpg, Royal Armours
Royal Armours English Civil War armor
Armor of King James II, 1686
Dress shapes, 1837 to 1902.
History, 18371902 Silhouettes, Costumes, Woman Fashion, Dresses Style, Clothing, Vintage, Victorian Fashion, Dresses Shape
Dress shapes 1837 to 1902. Certainly not something I would need for costume purposes...
Dress shapes 1837 to 1902. History & fashion
Dress shapes from 1837 to 1902 - could be helpful if trying to match groom for a vintage theme
Victorian fashion silhouettes.
VINTAGE WOMEN DRESS STYLES - from 1837 to 1902
Women 1915-1920, Plate 031. Fashion plates, 1790-1929. The Costume Institute Fashion Plates. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Woodman Thompson (b17509853) | An evening coat, 1920. #fashion
Posters Prints, Fashionable, Fashion Prints, Art Prints, Metropolitan Museum, Good, Manteau Du, Evening, Gazette Du
* Antinea manteau du soir Poiret la Gazette du Bon Ton
Gazette du Bon Ton Antique Fashion Prints 1912-1913 #art #illustration #poster #print
Free Accessible, Fashion History, Buy Peptides, De Catalunya, Buy Sarm, Irish Brother, Catalunya Http Www Bnc Cat, Edwardian Inspiration, Buy Steroids
The Irish Brothers
Men's fashion in the early 20. century. "Figurines de moda" 1908-1918. Courtesy of the Biblioteca de Catalunya (http://www.bnc.cat). (Rights Reserved - Free Access)
In the early nineteenth century the volunteers at Philadelphia's several dozen fire companies wore special hats to identify themselves. Modeled on fashionable stovepipe hats but made in leather to withstand heat and water, these hats were also proudly worn at pumping contests and when marching in parades. Fire companies carefully selected their names and painted symbols; these included Ben Franklin, founder of the first fire company in 1736.
Fireman's Hat, 1838, American. Painted leather. Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Painting Leather, Fire Company, Painting Symbols, Artists Mak Unknown, 1838 American, Nineteenth Century, Fireman Hats, Central America, American Painting
LabelIn the early nineteenth century the disciplined and heroic volunteers at Philadelphia's several dozen fire companies wore special hats to identify themselves. Modeled on fashionable stovepipe hats but made in leather to withstand heat and water, these hats were also proudly worn at pumping contests and when marching in parades. Fire companies carefully selected their names and painted symbols; these included Ben Franklin, founder of the first fire company in 1736.circ 1838
Fireman's Hat, 1838, American. Painted leather. Philadelphia Museum of Art. (Dapper, yes, but was it fire-retardant)?
Fireman's Hat Made in United States, North and Central America 1838 Artist/maker unknown, American Painted leather
La Mode, 1832 - Los Angeles Public Library
Fashion History, Angels Public, Vintage, Fashion Plates, Fashion Prints, Los Angeles, B 1832 02 Travestissemens Jpg, Public Libraries, Los Angels
Fashion plate for Masquerade costume, 1835. Los Angeles Public Library. More info: http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2012/06/fashion-goes-wild-fancy-dress-in-1830s.html
Make the days count.
Thoughts, Remember This, Senior Year, Life, Counting, Motivation, Comforters Zone, Living, Inspiration Quotes
Quote for senior year.
Don't count the days, make the days count. Life Inspirational Quote
I need to remember this daily...make these 10 months count
Risk vs. Regret. Which is more important to you: living in your comfort zone or living an abundant life filled with joy and passion? You have to risk to conquer regret. A flourishing life doesn’t magically happen. You have to make DECISIONS and take risks to make things happen. And you will fail and fall flat on your face at times. But, are your dreams worth it? Are your dreams worth the the possibility of making mistakes? I know you are fearful and I also know your answer deep down is YES!!!!!! A thousand times yes! Make that decision. Take the leap. Make the days count. - Lara
Make the days count. #quote #inspirational #life #motivation #goals
Art Make the days count. thoughts
Queen Alexandra, wife of Edward VII.
Royal Families, Tiny Waist, Crowns, British Royalty, Queens Alexandra, Queen Alexandra, Hm Queens, Tiaras, Royal Jewels
Queen Alexandra of Great Britain, look at her tiny waist!
Jewellery of Today's British Royalty - Page 2 - The Tudors Wiki
British Monarchy- the royal jewels
Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabethi, Queen Elizabeth, Elizabeth Barbie, Queens Bess, Barbie Girls, Barbie Collector, Barbie Dolls, Queens Elizabeth, Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth I Barbie® Doll | Barbie Collector
♥ Queen Elizabeth Barbie doll
Queen Elizabeth I: "Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty."
Charles james wedding dress 1934 1
Dresses 1934, Wedding Dressses, Fashion 1930S, Great Britain, Silk Satin, Vintage Wedding Dresses, 1930 S, Charles James, Dresses Charles
Charles James, Wedding Dress, 1934.
Vintage Wedding dress 1934
Wedding dress Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1934 (designed) Artist/Maker: Charles James, born 1906 - died 1978 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Silk satin, trimmed with wax orange-blossom, cut on the bias
Wedding dress, Charles James, 1934.
Make Do and Mend 1941
Mendes 1941, Economy Design, Economy Pattern
1941 Make Do and Mend, economy pattern
Cléo De Mérode, french dancer of the Belle Epoque. Cleo's brand of beauty seems to transcend time, she looks as if she would have fitted quite happily into any decade of the Twentieth Century, even the silk taupe blouse she is wearing for the Boldini painting has a touch of modernity about it. She has amazing eyes, what does she know that we don't? Perhaps she knew she was a lady ahead of her time...
Cléo de Mérode, French dancer of the Belle Époque.
Dance Photography, Cléo De, Cleo De, Ballet Dancers, The Artists, Victorian Fashion, De Mérode, Belle Epoque, De Merode
Cléopatra Diane de Mérode was the first woman to dance with a male partner in the Russian Ballet. She continued to dance until her early fifties and was very popular in her ancestral homeland of Austria, where she befriended the artist Gustav Klimt. Cléo de Mérode retired to Biarritz and died in 1966 at age 91 and is entombed at Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.
Cleo de Merode, French dancer of the Belle Epoque.
Cléo de Mérode, French ballet dancer of the Belle Époque. ♥
cléo de mérode - french dancer of the belle epoque.
Cléo de Mérode. #dance #photography #blackandwhite #FTW
victorian fashion - Google Search
The Great Gatsby, La Gatta, Roaring Twenty Parties, 1920S Parties, Illustration, Roaring 20S, John Lagatta, Art Deco, Vintage Style
book illustration art deco
JOHN LA GATTA (American, 1894-1976) Beacon Hill, Boston -- The Great Gatsby Roaring Twenties Party Scene, Saturday Evening Post illustration, c. 1930, watercolor on board --- if there's any art that I want on my wall, it's this
Jacket and trousers Katherine Hamnett