1. Brown and white small flowered bustle day skirt and bodice with a "Sailor collar".
2. The Beagle and Fagin from a production of "Oliver".
3. Edwardian Gentleman in genuine harris tweed plus fours (at Bristol Library)
4. Victorian full crinoline dress in pink and white pattern fa4ic of fine cotton with pink taffeta petticoat, this dress has pagoda sleeves and hat to compliment the outfit.
5. Victorian Gentleman in tail coat (I have all sizes). over a red satin backless waistcoat and matching cravat, wing collar shirt. Top hat
6. Edwardian Black lace over lavendar satin dress with matching hat.
7. Gentleman in grey frock coat and top hat in a scene from Nicholas Nickelby - a Kelvin Players production which I fully dressed.
8. Victorian lady in a lemon shantung skirt and boned bodice with matching hat. (I also have ball dress tops for various skirts.
9. Queen Victoria with a frock coated gentleman with assorted three medieval ladies. (I have frock coats, cutaway tails and top hats in all sizes)
10. Victorian Maid in a production of Marriage of Figaro at Winterbourne Barn
11. Dick and Daisy Nanette Ackerman Barons Court Theatre London
12. Dick and Daisy leading couple
13. Susanna and Count Marriage of Figaro by Tessitoura Touring Opera Group in Winterbourne Medieval Barn.
14. Susanna as the maid in the above.
15. Three Victorian First Communion Dresses
16. Victorian first communion dress.
17. Victorian Maid
18. Edwardian Governess.
19. Edwardian Nanny
20. Florence Nightingale with lamp
21. Florence Nightingale in cape and with lamp.
22. Close up of the above
23. Florence Nightingale Victorian dress with specialised cap.
24. Florence Nightingale full Victorian dress with cap.
25 Sufragette in green Edwardian two piece
26 Sufragette in Red Edwardian skirt and jacket
27. Sufragette in Grey Edwardian jacket and skirt
28. Replica 1832 ball gown bespoke for St. Albans Verulamium Museum in pink
29. Replica 1832 ball gown bespoke for St. Albans Verulamium Museum in blue
30. Sample of screen printing on the above two dresses
31. The photograph shows an angler wearing a reconstruction of what is believed to be a Hamish highland shepherd's tweed jacket circa 1899 made bespoke in Harris tweed and constructed according to an old photograph. (permission Christopher Cullen)