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A Composed Chatelaine: Basically tool kits masquerading as jewelry, "chatelaines" allowed Victorian women to keep quotidian essentials at the ready, in the graceful style the era demanded.

L'Art et la Mode 1895 N°47 Complete with colored engraving by Marie de Solar, Tchoumakoff - more small waists and puffy sleeves during Londonderry times

Bringing a fashion plate to life - loads of advice on constructing a historical garment based on fashion plates, and no doubt applies to things from other historical illustrations and art

Evening Black dress

1894 evening dress of embroidered silk velvet with glass beads and sequins, bead-embroidered net, lined with silk, tulle, boned

1 Sterling Mesh & 1 Beaded Purse, 1890s, Augusta Auctions, April 8, 2015 NYC, Lot 131

North America's auction house for Couture & Vintage Fashion. Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

Dress, American, 1907-1919. Ivory wool. High lace collar; Irish crochet lace, brown velvet, and brown fur trim on bodice. 3/4 sleeves. Lace and tassels hang from front at empire waist. A-line skirt with wide velvet band around bottom with fur trim, slight train at back. Kent State Univ. Museum

Irish crochet lace, brown velvet, and brown fur trim on bodice. Lace and tassels hang from front at empire waist. A-line skirt with wide velvet band around bottom with fur trim, slight train at back.

Chatelaine, Britain, ca. 1850.    Chatelaines were decorative but useful waist hung fashion accessories. The system of clips and chains, attached to the belt, kept small but necessary items such as sissors, keys and money easily accessible for housewives and housekeepers. Before the 1850s pockets were uncommon in women’s garments and chatelaines were a versatile and ornamental alternative.

Chatelaine by Banks Durham, Joseph, ca. 1850 (made). Cut steel chatelaine, England, about Museum Number to

Antique 18th Century Purse Netted Silk Goldwork English Circa 1770

Antique Century Purse Netted Silk Goldwork English Circa 1770 A truly divine little drawstring purse from the last quarter of century

Patsy Byrne (as Nursie in Blackadder II) (July 13, 1933 - June 17, 2014) British actress.

Patsy Byrne (as Nursie in Blackadder II) (July 1933 - June British actress. Nursie is my third favorite character on the show after Blackadder himself (in seasons and General Melchett. I love her complete lack of a filter and her udder fixation.

1890's pictures | AVICTORIAN.COM, Victorian Fashion 1890-1899--Victorian Days

Outdoors clothing - Watson in the opening scene before arriving chez Holmes?