Kathleen Koluch

Kathleen Koluch

Kathleen Koluch
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bruxa da água, jeannepompadour: Victorian boots, 1890s

Photography by Ron Wood for the Bata Shoe Museum Gold button boot: Swedish or German, c.

Three-piece dress (two bodices & skirt), probably Swedish-made from French velvet. Hallwylska Museet via emuseumplus

Three-piece dress (two bodices & skirt), made from French velvet. Made for Wilhelmina von Hallwyl by Nanna Bagge, Sweden, in Later changed at the studio of Augusta Lundin and the studio of Malin Krohn. Hallwylska Museet via emuseumplus

Prussian Hussar tunic, Austrian style, which was adopted by most cavalry regiments from about 1850 and onwards, until the heavily braided tunics and pelisses were brought back for ceremonial purpose. These were worn in combat right up until WWI, Hermann Historica.

Prussian Hussar tunic, Austrian style, which was adopted by most cavalry regiments from about 1850 and onwards, until the heavily braided tunics and pelisses were brought back for ceremonial purpose. These were worn in combat up until WWI

A lady’s military-style black and cream wool felt bodice with contrasting embroidery and soutache trim, and silver military-style buttons; image courtesy of Charles A. Whitaker Auction Co.

HIGH STYLED BLACK WOOL BODICE (rear view), c. 1900 Black & cream wool felt w/ contrasting black & cream embroidery & soutache, silver military style buttons - Augusta Auctions