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Re: Stores and Merchant Inventories

We know that purchases were often made on credit (on the books) where the purchaser (or her husband) was known to the seller and had a good reputation for
colonialstitcher
9:22 PM
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6987

Re: Stores and Merchant Inventories

Thank you. Meryl A http://www.etsy.com/shop/qbranchltd - handmade gifts - NEW - parachute cord bracelets, etc.- always- reproduction historic needlework tools
colonialstitcher
9:14 PM
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6986

Re: Dolls - clothes - fashion

Thank you. I was not sure of the meaning of the term being used. Meryl A http://www.etsy.com/shop/qbranchltd - handmade gifts - NEW - parachute cord
colonialstitcher
9:11 PM
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6985

Re: Poldark costumes

I agree that Aidan Turner is catnip; I just happen to be lusting after the horse! Auntie B in the 'Burgh ******************** I, too, was happy to see
Linda Gasparini
8:54 AM
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6984

Re: Early 18c shifts, was Replicating Gowns

Yes, Sharon, - Thank you for responding. I am so glad to hear that there is new research on shifts. I remember when the BAR shift patterns were based on only
ladylambart
Jul 2
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6983

Re: Poldark costumes

No, I don't think that dreary little number was a good example of a redingote, English c 1783. http://www.fashion-era.com/Coats_history/redingote_history_1.htm
Barbara
Jul 2
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6982

Re: Poldark costumes

I'm too busy looking at him! I have noticed the costuming doesn't keep me from watching. Bad costuming takes so much away from the stories I can't watch them.
Robert Dresel
Jul 2
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6981

Re: Poldark costumes

Here's a great blog on Poldark: http://www.frockflicks.com/just-how-fashionable-are-poldarks-ladies-part-1/ The collared gowns are redingotes. I'm enjoying it
carolkocian
Jul 2
#6981
 
6980

Re: Poldark costumes

... with the "dresss" with the folded down long collar? Barb, do you mean these?:
Cassidy Percoco
Jul 2
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6979

Re: Poldark costumes

I rank Poldark at average for new, high-profile productions. They have stays, they have the right kind of gowns, good fabric choices at least half the time. At
Cassidy Percoco
Jul 2
#6979
 
6978

Re: Poldark costumes

. Would anyone like to comment on what they''re seeing on Poldark? Lisa Men's clothing looks good. Some of the female clothing seems to straight out of the
Barbara
Jul 2
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6977

interviews for blog articles?

As a token of my gratitude for the help this Liste (and its predecessor) have given me over the past few years, for my two published novellas and the
Shannon McNear
Jul 2
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6976

Poldark costumes

I've been watching the PBS series Poldark & to my non-professional eye a lot of the costuming looks really, really good. Way better than what I've seen in US
Lisa Jillani, PAVE
Jul 2
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6975

Re: Early 18c shifts, was Replicating Gowns

... From: "Avffrp@... [18cLife]" <18cLife@yahoogroups.com> I faintly remember that someone did a comparison of shifts (I'm talking during the Bicentennial)
Sharon Ann Burnston
Jul 1
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6974

Re: Replicating Gowns

Fran, Originally, I was just wanted to see "in person" what a woman's wardrobe looked like from this time. When I started reaserching I noticed it was rather
optimumdiesel
Jun 30
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