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:::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::: Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field and her fancy hair style
Bradhurst Fields, Historical Photos, Augusta Curries, Fields 1854, Children, C 1850S, Curries Bradhurst, Princess Leia, Read Princesses
Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, ancestor of Princess Leia?
c.1850s - Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field... The "off-the-shoulder" style of dress was briefly popular w/ children's dresses until people criticized the ridiculousness of the style on children.
Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, 1854.
Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field
Little girl, identified as "Louisa" and dated 1863, with her doll. Great CDV photo from the Civil War years.
Little Girls, Dolls 06, Vintage Photos, Childhood Vintage, Civil Wars Girls Dresses, Capes Dresses, Antiques Dolls, Vintage Girls, The Civil Wars
Girl in cape dress with her doll.
Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay
Cowgirls with guns woolies.
Guns, Go Girls, Except, Oxfords Street, Vintage Photos, Bakers, Watches, Vintage Cowgirls, Wild West
COWGIRL WANNABEES! According to LoveDayLemon: "Found image. This photograph was taken in The Fancy Dress Studio at 37 Oxford Street, London."
Cowgirls with guns & woolies. Watch out...espicly keep your eye on that fake horse
Cowgirls with guns & woolies. Go Girls!
Women with guns. Wild West
Vintage cowgirls with guns and woolies.
Girls with guns, vintage photo of cowgirls in sheepskin chaps.
Cowgirls with guns woolies. » Back in the day, what kind of lady would you have been? Cowgirl? Robber? Teacher? Baker?
Stewed terrapin, roast and boiled everything. Miss the Pyramid course.
Menu Design, Vintage Menus
Man's Silk Striped Vest, America, 1840s, Augusta Auctions, November 13, 2013 - NYC, Lot 167
Actress Jean Aylwin in military inspired costume, possibly for ‘The Girls of Gottenburg”
Vintage Postcards, Inspiration Costumes, Jeans Aylwin, Actresses Jeans, Fashion Details, Military Style, Military Inspiration, Victorian Fashion, 1900 S
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.
gilded-madeline: Actress Jean Aylwin in military inspired costume, possibly for ‘The Girls of Gottenburg” ca 1907
Earrings - Cast Iron, German ca. 1820
Castiron Earrings, Iron Jewelry, Berlin Iron, Gothic Style, 1820 30, German Earrings, Earrings Jewelry, Tripod, Cast Iron
Cast iron jewelry
Cast Iron German Earrings ca. 1820 -
Berlin iron jewelry first became popular as a patriotic symbol in years 1813-1815 when the Prussian royal family urged all citizens to contribute their gold and silver jewellery towards funding the uprising against Napoleon during the War of Liberation. In return the people were given iron jewellery.
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.
Fashion, Red Boots, Bobbin Lace, Silk Ribbon, Silk Satin, 1865 1875, High Heels, Albert Museums, Ribs Silk
History of Fashion 1840 - 1900 - Victoria and Albert Museum
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
© 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.
Riding top hat: 19th century 1863 AD - 1865 AD
Riding Tops, Art Prints, 19Th Century, 1863 1865, Riding Hats, Top Hats, Lace Veils, Circus Parties, Tops Hats
Riding top hat: 19th century -- High quality art prints, framed prints, canvases -- Museum of London Prints
circus party outfit
Riding top hat: 19th century -- Riding top hat. Beaver felt riding hat w/ a lace veil, dated c. 1864. This hat was retailed by W.C. Taylor, 1863 -1865 -- © Museum of London
1866 Evening Dress The Met
Evening Dresses, Madame Olympics, Historical Fashion, 19Th Century, Evening Gowns, Silk Brocade, 1860, Fidm Museums, Victorian Fashion
Evening Gown, black with multi-coloured accents. Date: c. 1866 Designer: Madame Olympe Material: Silk/Glass/Synthetic FIDM Museum and Galleries » FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
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
Red Glasses, Little Birds, Circa 1880, Sky Lark, Vintage Automaton, Vintage Birds, Silver Stands, Singing Birds, Birds Automaton
An important silver standing singing bird automaton, circa 1880, movement most probably Bontems, The standing Sky Lark with low tail feather pose, leaning slightly to one side, with deep red glass eyes, when actuated, turning head and moving beak to continuous birdsong from the going-barrel movement, hidden start button to chest, winding hole with automatic hole fill-plate to left side, on out-stretched feet, the body with exceptional tooled feathering detail, ......
I love vintage birds!
Collection’s Highlight: Plaid Taffeta Waist Waist, ca. 1835-1845, cotton, silk, L: 26 x W: 10.75in. The Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, Gift of Dr. Janet Smith, N0141.1974.
The Clothing Project — Collection’s Highlight: Plaid Taffeta Waist ...
Fripperies and Fobs 1860 - 70
Silk Taffeta, Blue Dresses, 1800S Style, 19Th Century, 1860S Fashion, Historical Clothing, Dinner Dresses, Side View, Day Dresses
Blue silk taffeta dress, late 1860s. IMATEX, register number 11907. Side view.
Reception or dinner dress, late 1860s
A side view of Molly's blue dress that she was wearing when she first meets Jordan Blake.
Day dress, 1860-70
Evening dress, circa 1860s. From Alexandre Vassiliev's collection. Photos from Brother at Your Side and Vassiliev's Facebook.
Circa 1860S, 1860 S, 1860 1870, 1800S, 1800 S
Evening dress, circa 1860s. From Alexandre Vassiliev's collection.
Fashion plate, 1855
19Ème Siècle, Fashion Plates, 1860S Fashion, Green Dress, 1850 1860, 1855, Du 19Ème, Mode Du, Historical Dresses
Fashion plate, 1855 Love the little plaid trims on the green dress.
Fashion Plates and Ephemera!
Vintage Victorian 1860's Civil War Era Black Silk Bodice Dropped Shoulders | eBay. "The bodice also has a full cotton lining, and there are three stays on the front at the waist that range in size from 3" to 5". The bodice still has all of its original white glass buttons. The bust is 15" (30"). The waist is 11" (22"). The length of the sleeve from the armhole to the cuff is 21". The length from the top of the shoulder to the waist is 13".
Charles Frederick Worth Visite Paris, c. 1885 ‘Off-white silk faille; braid trimming with wooden bead wrapped by silk threads. A visite was a woman’s cape-like outdoor garment, worn in the latter half of the nineteeth century.’ From the book Fashion: The Collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute - A History from the 18th to the 20th Century by Akiko Fukai