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Custom Civil War Ball Gown 1866 Godey Peterson fashion plate
Peterson Fashion, Fashion Plates Lov, 1860S
Custom Civil War Ball Gown 1866 Godey Peterson fashion plate
Shades of Wyldemor Country Victorian Mercantile
Something Borrowed, Vintage Bride, Dresses Shoes, 1850, Something Blue, Vintage Antiques, George Eastman Houses, Victorian Bride, Vintage Photo
Accession Number: 1974:0193:0251 Maker: Southworth & Hawes (American Active ca. 1845-1861) Title: Unidentified Bride Date: ca. 1850 Medium: daguerreotype Dimensions: whole plate; 21.5 x 16.5 cm. George Eastman House Collection General informat
victorian bride photo | Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a ...
Victorian bride from 1850. #Victorian #daguerreotype #vintage #antique #woman #bride #wedding #dress
12 Beautiful Vintage Photos Of Brides From 1850-1920s - Victorian Bride from 1850
Vintage bride ca. 1850
Day dress ca. 1880’s
Stripes Contrast, Aubergine Silk, 1880S Dresses, Contrast Green, Stripes Fabrics, Day Dresses, Green Stripes, Century Dresses, Vintage Clothing
Back view of an 1880s dress.
An aubergine silk late 19th century dress with green striped contrast, comprising of a front fastening bodice, with cover buttons hidden by decorative pleated silk, with contrast green striped fabric applied to bodice front, back and sleeve cuffs, with a bow trim to the left shoulder and labeled "A La Ville De Rouen, J C Gobled"
~Day dress ca. 1880s~
British Actresses, Historical Time, Victorian Clothing, Grace Rawlinson
Grace Rawlinson - British actress via reddit
Grace Rawlinson - British actress via reddit - Historical Times
Child's striped red wool dress with black velvet trim (front), American, 1866.
Circa 1866, 1866 American, Dresses 1866, 1800S Girls Dresses, Historical Clothing, Children Clothing, 1866 Red, Childrenswear 1860S, 1866 Wool
1866 wool dress, American
1866 Red and Green dress
Child's dress - 1866 American Wool.
Girl's Red Plaid Dress, circa 1866 | Red plaid paired with black trim was very popular in the 1860s for both girl's and women's clothing. #Victorian #1860s
Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Detail of 1850s corset. American. (Acknowledgments to www.metmuseum.org/)
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Date: 1850s Culture: probably American Medium: linen, silk, cotton Dimensions: Width (bust): 29 in. (73.7 cm) Waist: 20 in. (50.8 cm) Length at CF: 11 1/2 in. (29.2 cm) Length at CB: 8 in. (20.3 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Judith and Ira Sommer Gift, 2006 Accession Number: 2006.120 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Look at all the nice hand stitching! Detail of 1850s corset. American. (Acknowledgments to www.metmuseum.org/)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Corset
My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning, chubachus: Staged scene of a man advertising...
The Aristocat writes, "On Friday I made the basque belt and yesterday I finished the bodice. As can easily be seen, it's based on the 1870-71 dress in Patterns of Fashion. The inspiration came from the paintings In the Conservatory and Bunch of Lilacs by Tissot. Apart from the long skirt seams and the bodice seams, it's handsewn."
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Before the Automobile (reproduction sewing blog). Reproduction late Victorian gown. The blog shows lots of photos of it worn, including the foundation garments. There are also detail photos of the construction details of the dress.
neckline is too low, but otherwise a very pretty dress
based on the 1870-71 dress in Patterns of Fashion. The inspiration came from the paintings In the Conservatory and Bunch of Lilacs by Tissot. Apart from the long skirt seams and the bodice seams, it's handsewn."
Before the Automobile: 1871 dress aka the Tissot dress, 2010
Motion and Glory! The Quixote of the Cowboy Prince
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A "vivandiere" or hospitality woman who would have traveled with the soldiers
ornamentedbeing: These brave women traveled with soldiers as mascots or nurses; there are even cases where they fought alongside their male counterparts. A vivandiere could provide creature comforts to the soldiers. Officially during the Civil War, the term Vivandiere is usually applied only to women who served with Zouaves. The term “Vivandiere” / Look at the quality of her outfit. http://www.randallchambers.com #randallchambers #civilwar
"A French cantinière in the Crimea during the Crimean War in 1855, photographed by Roger Fenton. (Wikipedia). Vivandieres have an interesting role in the American Civil War. These brave women traveled with soldiers as mascots or nurses; there are even cases where they fought alongside their male counterparts. A vivandiere could provide creature comforts to the soldiers. Officially during the Civil War, the term Vivandiere is usually applied only to women who served with Zouaves. The term “Vivandiere”, is derived from a mixture of French and Latin."
Motion and Glory! The Quixote of the Cowboy Prince | Vivandierre to the Guard Zouaves, a major Crimean...
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Young girl peeks coyly over her fingers. Wearing a snood with attached bow
1850's ish... Ok, actually, I just didn't want to lose this killer portrait pose
In my eye. 19th century tintype.
:::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::: Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field and her fancy hair style
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Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, 1850s - Prototype Princess Leia hairstyle
Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field... rocking the Leia buns in the 1850s. The "off-the-shoulder" style of dress was briefly popular with children's dresses until people criticized the ridiculousness of the style on children.
Earphones HAIR STYLE, modeled by Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, 1850s
Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field
Little girl, identified as "Louisa" and dated 1863, with her doll. Great CDV photo from the Civil War years.
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Little girl, identified as "Louisa" and dated 1863, with her doll. Great CDV photo from the Civil War years. -note her hair. Very unusual hair. I love the dolls bonnet
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Cowgirls with guns woolies.
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Cowgirls with guns & woolies. Watch out...Another day in time
Vintage cowgirls with guns and woolies.
Ladies of the wild west with guns & woolies. Their horse creeps me out.
cowgirl #sport cars| http://home-design-photos-1070.blogspot.com
Girls with guns; three different girls (identity unknown) at Ping Pong Studios Islington; or is it in fact the Fancy Dress Studios, Oxford Street?
Girls with guns, vintage photo of cowgirls in sheepskin chaps.
Stewed terrapin, roast and boiled everything. Miss the Pyramid course.
Menu Design, Vintage Menus
Lovely black wool windowpane w/really wonderful pleating on skirt! Adventures of a Costumer: 1860s Fall Dresses
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Couture Historique: 1860s Fall Dresses
Excellent Civil War reproduction dresses
Couture Historique: 1860s Fall Dresses
Actress Jean Aylwin in military inspired costume, possibly for ‘The Girls of Gottenburg”
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1900s vintage postcard of Scottish actress and singer, Miss Jean Aylwin. Military style embroidery (with cords), trimmings on the bodice, jacket. Interesting Victorian fashion details. I believe this military style was quite fashionable during the 1880s.
Actress Jean Aylwin in military inspired costume,... | gdfalksen.com
English vintage photo postcard - actress Jean Aylwin
Earrings - Cast Iron, German ca. 1820
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Berlin Iron Earrings, German, 1820-30, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Pair of earrings, cast iron(!), in the gothic style, Germany, about 1820-30
Earrings, cast iron, probably mourning jewelry; cast iron jewelry was also developed in Germany as part of the war effort against Napoleon. German, circa 1820-1830. Berlin Ironwork.
Pair of boots | V Britain, UK (possibly made) France (possibly made) 1865-75 Leather, silk trimmed with bobbin lace and silk ribbon, cotton and wool. Frivolous boots of silk and silk satin were imported into England from France in the 1860's and 1870's. The French influence was due to the stylish Empress Eugenie.
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© Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Given by Dr F. Spencer. Possibly made in Great Britain or France, 1865-1875. Pair of ladies' boots of scarlet ribbed silk trimmed with cream bobbin lace and crimson silk ribbon, and lined with white kid. The boots are above ankle length, are 'straights' and have a rounded pointed toe and a covered 'military' heel. Made in two pieces with a seam up the centre front of the foot, with a lace fastening at the centre back of the heel with a tongue. The eyelet holes are hand worked. Lace trimming around the top is arranged in a gathered frill with ribbon bow attached at the front. This may be an addition to the original design to match a dress. The 'sock' is cotton. The sole is beige kid with an impressed design of a gold cornucopia of flowers under the instep and a flower on the centre of the sole, possibly covering the 'sole-stamp.' Machine stitched.
Red, oh so red, ribbed silk #Victorian boots, 1865-1875 (France or Britain). Aniline chemical dyes had become available by c. 1860, making this burst of color possible. @Victoria Brown Brown and Albert Museum Acc. #: T.180&A-1984
Pair of boots | V&A Search the Collections The red boots, which are of ribbed silk, come up above the ankle and have a 'military' style heel covered in silk to match the uppers. They have lacing at the back and are trimmed at the top with bobbin lace and ribbons. Frivolous boots of silk and silk satin, some with high heels, were imported into England from France in the 1860s and 1870s. These French styles were also imitated by English shoemakers. The red boots, which are of ribbed silk, come up above the ankle and have a 'military' style heel covered in silk to match the uppers. They have lacing at the back and are trimmed at the top with bobbin lace and ribbons. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Ribbed silk boot with lace trim, designer unknown
Riding top hat: 19th century 1863 AD - 1865 AD
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Riding top hat: 19th century -- Beaver felt riding hat w/ a lace veil, dated c. 1864. This hat was retailed by W.C. Taylor, 1863 -1865 -- © Museum of London
circus party outfit
great hat daytime or evening party
1866 Evening Dress The Met
Evening Dresses, Madame Olympics, Evening Gowns, 1860, Fidm Museums, Victorian Fashion, Afternoon Dresses, Black Silk, Long Fringes
From around 1866, this evening gown by Madame Olympe of New Orleans is clean out of my period, but felt worth pinning for its gorgeous fabric with floral motifs on a striking black ground. The fringe around the neckline is also striking, though to my eyes it (and the similar one-color long fringes often used in mid-Victorian dresses) looks more like upholstery than dress trim.
Two-piece evening gown (image 1) | Madame Olympe | American; New Orleans | 1866 | brocaded silk taffeta | FIDM Museum | Item #: 2007.893.1AB
1866 Evening Gown by Madame Olympe; black silk with embroidered flowers, ribbon & lace trimming along with glass beading.
A lovely patterned afternoon dress, Mme Olympe, ca. 1868. #Victorian #fashion #1800s
Madame Olympe evening dress ca. 1866 FIDM Museum
Evening Gown Date: c. 1860
Silver standing and singing bird automaton, c. 1880, with original box and key