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Migration Period Female Costume, silver wrist clasps. Museum quality reproduction of Iron Age costume, female. Textile, metal and leather by Ø. Engedal.,

Blue glass beads, Whithorn . Period: Early Medieval : A group of 'melon beads' of blue glass. The ornamentation is created dragging a metal tool, such as a knife, through the soft glass. If the bead is not heated much after combing, the cuts in the glass produce a multilobed melon bead. A tenth century Arab once wrote that the Vikings would "go to any length to get hold of coloured beads ".

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This White Queen is such a travesty, Your Majesty! Why howlers like concrete steps, metal railings and rubber boots are turning TV's new period drama into a laughing stock

Viewers have pointed out a series of errors in the BBC's new £10million period drama The White Queen

Reconstruction of the ways of wearing the Anglo-Saxon peplos based on archeological evidence and Continental sources. "Cloth and Clothing in early Anglo-Saxon England", Penelope Walton Rogers.

Listed as "Day dress, 1815-20 From Daguerre". However, based on the size of the sleeves, width of the waistband, and how low the waist is, I estimate this to be early to mid 20's.

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Costume Envy: Immortal Beloved

Immortal Beloved costume, the plot of the movie focuses in on 1810-1827

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Muslin: A Beautiful & Versatile Cloth for Regency Fashion

Sheer white muslin gown with whitework embroidery. Image @Vintage Textile

Pleat and appliquéd two-piece gown, ca. early 20th century. Bodice with back hook & eye closure, blousy front with fluffy sleeves lined & stayed interior. Back closure on skirt with bell-shaped skirt, horizontal pleats and deep applique flounce at bottom, lined in silk. Carolyn Forbes Textiles/eBay

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1810 Fashion Plate

I have got to sew a high neck regency dress like this for sense and sensibility! Fanny Price? fashion plate from 1810