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A pair of Edwardian ladies c1905-1910

Edwardian ladies in "tea gowns" or "afternoon dresses" Women on the left in the cross over dress by Joana Sárközy

Such a beautiful baby girl!

~ Oh, how totally Precious, Adorable and Beautiful ~ Sweet Little Vintage Angel ~ ♥ By Maria Elena Lopez

One of the most common sights in Victorian London was "crossing sweepers" – workers who cleared dung and rubbish from the streets in the hope of getting a few coins from local home and business owners. In London Labour and the London Poor, Henry Mayhew described the many types of sweeper, from "the one-legged crossing sweeper of Chancery Lane" to "the aristocratic crossing sweeper". pinned with Bazaart

One of the most common sights in Victorian London were "crossing sweepers" – workers who cleared dung and rubbish from the streets in the hope of getting a few coins from local home and business owners.

Ice maidens!

peach-blossom-spring: “ carolathhabsburg: This is super awesome! Two ladies making an elegant “snow Lady”! 1891 “The accompanying picture shows what can be done with snow, by those who care to exercise their powers of modelling, and produce.

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