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docile-potato:

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docile-potato:

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edwardian-time-machine:

Shoes, 1890s
From the exhibit Fashion Victims: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century
More here
fawnvelveteen:

Dress worn by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition, 1851

fawnvelveteen:

Dress worn by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition, 1851

jeannepompadour:

"Portrait de Marie Victoire Jaquotot, assise sur un divan" by Charles-Etienne Leguay, 1800s

jeannepompadour:

"Portrait de Marie Victoire Jaquotot, assise sur un divan" by Charles-Etienne Leguay, 1800s

fawnvelveteen:

Costume diadem for Aida c.1876. Bibliothèque nationale de France

fawnvelveteen:

Costume diadem for Aida c.1876. Bibliothèque nationale de France

fluorescent:

J and K Drop Caps (1897 - 1908) by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter for The Black Cat Magazine 

ayforpaypa:

ayforpaypa - Ornate Tabletop

The most intricate design I have attempted so far, this piece is based on my favourite item of furniture from my parents’ house, which is a wooden folding table with an ornate metal tabletop. We believe it is Victorian and it has Arabic script running around it. 

I haven’t tried to replicate it exactly (i’m just not ready for that much detail!) but hopefully my version gives a feel of the original and I love the colours. 

gabbygrave:

Help! Does anyone know where I can find #Edwardian #victorian wardrobe? I need it by next week!!!!

gabbygrave:

Help! Does anyone know where I can find #Edwardian #victorian wardrobe? I need it by next week!!!!

funerealephemera: