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Homestead Dress 1850s & 1860s
Skirt and
Bodice/Blouse
Homestead Dress 1860s
Homestead Dress
Day/Expecting
Round (Pioneer) Dress 1850s & 1860s
Round Dress
Camp/Work
Ladies 1860s Day Dresses 1858-1860s
Day/Tea
Dress
Ladies 1860s Pagoda Day / Evening Dresses 1860s
Pagoda #1, 1 Piece
Day / Tea
More 1800s Day / Evening Dresses Coming Soon 1860s
Pagoda #2, 2 Piece
Day / Tea
More 1800s Day/Evening Dresses Coming Soon 1860s
Pagoda #3, 2 Piece
Day / Tea
Ladies 1860s Zouave Outfit/Jacket and Hoop Skirt. Day/Evening Dresses 1860s
Zouave Outfits
Day / Evening
1858-1860's Ball Gown, Formal Dress 1858-1860's
Hoop Skirt
Formal / Ball/ Social
1858-1860's
Bodices / Skirt
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Riding Habit 1860's
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American Civil War ladies clothes and clothing items    Ladies 19th Century (1800s) clothing items include: camp dresses, work dresses, day dresses, visiting dresses, tea dresses, evening dresses, formal dresses, wedding gowns, ball gowns as well as riding habits, skirts, bodices, blouses. Depending on historical period they include: corded petticoat dresses, hoop skirts and bustle dresses.

    Ladies dresses are all custom made and can be done up to your specifications. They range from plain (work or day) to fancy (party, tea or visiting) to extremely fancy (evening, formal or wedding), and are priced accordingly.

    We currently offer reproduction dresses from the 1820s through 1900 including: the Federal Era, Dickens, Jacksonian Era, Manifest Destiny (Mexican War), Victorian Era, Antebellum Period, American Civil War, Old West (Indian Wars), the Gilded Age, the Gay 90s, Spanish American War (Span-Am) and Edwardian periods.

    On other pages you will find ladies vests, capes, hats (including: bonnets, pill box caps and a variety of other hats and caps), underpinnings (such as: corsets, camisoles, chemises, bloomers (drawers), stockings, hoops, hoop-slips, corded petticoats, bustles, over hoop slips and under hoop slips), hat pins, and shoes (button-up and lace-up).

    For parasols, fans and other accessories, see our Prop Department.

    We also offer for Girls dresses and accessories.


Ladies 1850's thru 1860 Skirt and Bodice / Blouse: Day Dress

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1850s - 1860s Day Skirt and Bodice / Blouse, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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    Your standard skirt and bodice/ blouse. This can be made to look like a dress with matching material or a solid pastel bodice/ blouse, to look separate. And be able to wear one or the other with another piece you might already have.

    Trim can be added to make it more of a fancy dress. Piping for a collar is more of the 1850's to a small collar, for 1860's you can have a small round Peter Pan collar or stand up collar.

    The bodice/ blouse difference is straight sleeve if you want the 1850's. Or the late 1850's to 1860's can have the full sleeves with a small cuff. The straight sleeve has piping, s split instead of cuff with hook and eyes.

    NOTE: If using homespun cotton or drapery material we do strongly suggest a dust ruffle on the end of your skirt. Notice a lot of plaids or homespun material.


Trim:
  1. Day - Plain - no ruching / ruffles (Not Shown).
  2. Day/Tea - Sleeve and Sleeve Cap Ruching Trim Only (Not Shown).
  3. Tea - Full Bodice Ruching and Bows, as shown in picture.
Note: Ruching: material making a ruche. Ruche: a strip of pleated lace, net, muslin or other material for trimming or finishing a dress, as at the collar or sleeves.

Ladies 1850's thru 1860 Skirt and Bodice / Blouse: Day Dress

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 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

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Ladies 0711-Homestead Dress: Expecting, Camp and Work

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Camp / Work Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Blouses and Dresses
      This dress is thought of as being a Civil War dress yet it goes from pre Civil War up near the 1870's as people moved more to the west. This is a very loose fitting dress for travel west by wagon etc.

     NOTE: This dress is very full, it is NOT for women that are concerned about a small waist look. It is great for those that do not like a confining dress or are pregnant. By adding a half apron you can give the waist of this dress a more defined appearance.

     This is a camp dress. It's great to wear around camp for cooking, cleaning and chasing children around. It can be made to be plain /simply, yet we do like to add a little trim for contrast and appearance. Still it's nice to even look good, even in camp. Also very good for those that do the out back/ country re-enacting and you don't want to wear a hoop or take a chance on your nice day dresses. Although you can add a hoop and dress it up for evening wear.

     This is gathered at waist or straight cut, drop sleeves and a large (tall) ruffle at bottom. Buttons down front. Can be with straight cut sleeves with piping at wrist for pre war, or full sleeves with cuff band.

   Optional;  With wrist ruffle, straight sleeve, or full with cuff band. Round Peter Pan collar or piped around neckline. Matching tie for waist, are partial waist band added to tie in back.

    Suggest: An apron, a under hoop slip. The long padded bonnet, that is pictured below, is great when out in the sun.

     E-Mail us with color/fabric design interests.

     Measurements: Fill out Measurement Chart.

Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead)

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Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead), 19th Century
Sample A
Front with Apron
Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead), 19th Century
Sample B
Front
Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead), 19th Century
Sample B
Back
Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead), 19th Century
Sample C
Front
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have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.
Girl's Homestead Dress with Apron. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Sample D
Front with Apron
Girl's Homestead Dress with Apron. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Sample D
Back with Apron
Girl's Homestead matching Bonnet. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Matching
Quilted &
Padded
Bonnet
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    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead)

Expecting, Work or Camp Dress (0711-Homestead), 19th Century
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Homestead Dress (1860s-1870s) by Past Patterns. #711, 19th Century

1860s-1870s Homestead Dress
by Past Patterns #711

   We dated this dress to the 1860s because of the fashionably long shoulder line. The princess style, however, is more typical of the 1870s. The 711 is a very comfortable gown and the unaproned waist is suitable for ladies in confinement.

   This pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. Sizes 10-14 require 6-1/8 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric; sizes 16-20 require 7 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

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Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp and Work

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Camp / Work Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Blouses and Dresses
    This is  a Civil War dress, yet it is pre Civil War (Late 1850s to 1860s) and goes up into the 1870's as more women moved west.

    Of the two camp/ work dresses, this one is more dressy. This is made with a waist band. Great for those that work around the camp site cooking and/ or chasing children. Also good for those back woods camping re-enacting, where as you don't want to wear your hoop are damage or dirty your fine day dresses. Yet, if you want you can add a hoop and can be ready for evening.

     It's made off the shoulder with piping at the edge and followed further down, piping again. the bodice is lined and boned. Comes with matching or contrast piping on sleeve. Above the breast it's gathered yoke to give full comfort.

     Optional; are a piped (collarless) neckline or round peter pan collar. With full sleeves or cuffs. I recommend cuffs for real wear, due to the fact, that full sleeves tend to get into things, like cooking, fire, etc. Also optional, is with the top being of a solid color and the bottom a print. Note: put in comment field if your plan on wearing a hoop and the size, for correct sizing of bottom of skirt.

    Matching or Contrasting Material Top & Skirt: Both Top and Skirt in the same Material, or contrasting.

    Suggest: bonnet, that is on the other page of camp dress and under hoop slip.

     Measurements: Fill out Measurement Chart.

Ladies Camp and Work Dress
(0803-Round Dress / Pioneer)

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Some of the fabrics on hand.
Many other choices are available,
including Reproduction 1800s Fabrics.
Ladies Camp and Work Dress (0803-Pioneer), 19th Century
Sample A
Front
More Coming Sample material and pattern. Earthtone Light - Medium.
Earth-Tone Light - Medium
 
Sample material and pattern. Pink Light - Medium.
Pink Light - Medium
DD-002
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies Round Dress (Pioneer): Camp and Work

Ladies Camp and Work Dress (0803-Pioneer), 19th Century
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Fashionable Late 1840s to Early 1850s Round Dress) by Past Patterns. #803, 19th Century

Fashionable Late 1840s to Early 1850s Round Dress
by Past Patterns #803

   The lined and lightly boned front-closing bodice is gathered into a drop-shouldered yoke. The style, with the bodice and skirt attached to the same waistband, is called a 'round dress'. The #702 undersleeve works well with this style of sleeve.

   The original fabric is a printed cotton paisley in red and brown earth tones.

   This pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. All sizes require 5-3/4 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

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Ladies 1858-1860s Dress: Day or Tea (Pattern 7212)

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1860s Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
     Here is four different style of day dresses, not bodice and skirt like many on this web site, these are one piece dresses, except sample C, that has under sleeves. All bodice/tops are lined and boned.

     The first being the red on the left side has long style caps at top of a gathered sleeve. Fancy to wear for day and carry over into tea. A round peter pan collar with crochet collar that is under the collar to give that extra touch. (Crochet collar can be ordered  separate). The skirt is pleated and has a waist band to give that look of a skirt and bodice/ blouse.

     The second, sample B, below in light green, has a full crochet collar and even lighter trim, yet it's still ready for tea. The skirt pleated, yet gathered into the bodice/ blouse to give that full look of a dress.

     The third, sample C, is really a fancy day and tea dress, as you can see. Lots of lace, ribbon and lace under sleeves, with white crochet collar. The sleeves are French Bell sleeves.

     The fourth, sample D, is closer to pre and early Civil War time period with the straight sleeves, and piped wrist. Done simply, for getting around camp and chores easily. With a small round peter pan collar.

     Suggestion: Small cotton print, or print bottom with solid top/bodice.

Ladies 1858-1860s Day Dress: Day or Tea

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Ladies 1860s Day Dress. Victorian & Civil War dress
Style A - 1860s
Ladies 1860s Day Dress. Victorian & Civil War dress
Style A - 1860s
Ladies 1860s Day Dress. Victorian & Civil War dress
Style B - 1860s
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample C
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample D
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample E
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.
Ladies 1860s Day Dress. Victorian & Civil War dress
Style A - 1860s
Ladies 1860s Day Dress. Victorian & Civil War dress
Crochet Collar
Crochet Necktie Collar, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Crochet Necktie Collar

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1858-1860's Day Dress: Day or Tea (Pattern 7212)

1860s Day Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
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Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress #1: Day or Tea

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1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample E
     This is a 3 piece outfit. A bodice/ blouse, skirt, and under sleeves. It can be made in cotton for more of a day or  formal tea dress. For a 2 piece dress, see other page.

     The Bodice/Top has caps at the shoulder. At the neck you can have piping (Samples B, C, D and E) or a Peter Pan collar (Sample A). The sleeves come down full, with under sleeves that hook inside to be able to remove at dusk for those special occasions.

     The Skirt can be done to fit any occasion, such as in the drawing and pictures, which show two different skirts. The standard is a Pleated Skirt (Samples B, C and D). The optional skirt (Samples A and D) is a 3 Ruffle/Flounce skirt and is available for an additional cost. CAUTION with the 3 flounce option: this dress SHOULD NOT be made from heavier drapery material, as the weight of the dress would be excessive. It can be made from the lighter drapery/home decor fabrics, although the weight may still exceed the capacity of a normal hoop and require a steel cage hoop.

     Trim and Style (Use): The amount of trim varies with the intended use and social status of the owner. It can vary from no trim for a simple day dress to fancy trim for a fancy tea dress. The shopping cart offers: a Plain Day Dress (Sample E), the dress with Bodice Trim (Sample B) for a little fancier day dress, the dress with Bodice and Skirt Trim (Sample B) for a fancy day dress or simple tea dress or the 3 Ruffle/Flounce skirt with Trimmed Bodice (Samples A & D) for a fancy tea dress. For other variations or amounts of trim, please call us or email and talk about your needs/desires.

    Material: Cotton, Taffeta or Drapery. Do not suggest drapery with the 3 flounce skirts, since the weight would be to heavy to be held up properly.

    Collar: Piping, Peter Pan, crochet, or crochet necktie.

Ladies 1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress

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1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample B
 
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample B
sleeve detail
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample B
shoulder detail
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample C
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample A
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.
1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Sample D
Crochet Collar #1, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Crochet Collar
Crochet Necktie Collar, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
Crochet Necktie Collar

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Available in dress sizes 8 to 20, can possibly adjust for some other sizes, e-mail on this.

Measurements needed:
  1. Height: With shoes you will be using (Item 1 from measurement chart).
  2. Bust/Chest: Around the chest (Item 4 from measurement chart).
  3. Waist: Around the natural waist (Item 14 from measurement chart).
  4. Neck to Waist: From the base of the neck to the natural waist (Not on the measurement chart).
  5. Waist to Floor: From the spot where your waist band goes, over the hips, then straight down to the floor (Item 17 from measurement chart).
  6. Arm Length: Top of Shoulder to Middle of Wrist (Item 10 from measurement chart).
  7. Wrist: Around the wrist at the wrist bone (Item 11 from measurement chart).
  8. Neck: Taken around the neck at the soft spot at base of throat (Item 3 from measurement chart).
  9. Stop sign: From back base of neck bone, out toward elbow, then up to wrist bone. (Item 6 from measurement chart).
  10. Finished length: The finished length you want over your hoop, or what you choose to wear.
    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress #1, Day or Tea

1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
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Ladies 1860s Pagoda Bodice/ Skirt #2 - (3855): Day or Tea

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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #2, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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    This is a very nice 4 piece pattern, although we have had to alter it extensively to be correct for the time period. This is a different Pagoda bodice/ blouse, skirt, bertha and under sleeves, then our other. It has a bertha, although this design is not to be worn without the bertha, since the cut in front is to deep. The bertha and under sleeves were to give the look of a blouse/ bodice without the extra material, leaving it more comfortable to move around in.

    The top/bodice in the red plaid as you see, has a nice change in the sleeve design. There's a "V" shape in the  front neck area, with white material giving it a bodice/ blouse underneath look, whereas it's a bertha, (see below). Then the under sleeves being detachable, for after dusk, tea or social. Closes down the front to the point. The point design being more early war years in design.

    The skirt, being the third piece, can be pleated or gathered. A waist band that can button or hook & eye in back.


Trim:
  1. Day - Plain - no ruching / ruffles (Not Shown).
  2. Day/Tea - Sleeve and Sleeve Cap Ruching Trim Only (Not Shown).
  3. Tea - Full Bodice Ruching and Bows, as shown in picture.
Note: Ruching: material making a ruche. Ruche: a strip of pleated lace, net, muslin or other material for trimming or finishing a dress, as at the collar or sleeves.

Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress 2 - #3855: Day or Tea

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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress. Simplicity Pattern 3855, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #2. Simplicity Pattern 3855, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
Side
1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #2. Simplicity Pattern 3855, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
Bodice
1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #2. Simplicity Pattern 3855, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
Sleeve
1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #2. Simplicity Pattern 3855, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
Chemisette
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress 2 - LFHP-LDE-Sim3855): Day or Tea

1860s Pagoda Day or Evening Dress #2, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
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Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress #3 (3 Piece): Day or Tea

Item Last Updated: Friday, 13-Feb-2015 17:45:56 EST

1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #3, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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    This is a nice outfit that can go from spring to fall with just removing the jacket when the weather is warm or hot.

    The jacket is lined, boned and has piping. It has the pagoda sleeve with a square neck. Can hook and eye down the front or button down the front and comes to a small point in center. Also if the jacket is a solid color you can wear it with other skirts you already have. Or the jacket can be made like the picture to look like a dress with both material matching.

    The blouse is your standard 1860's blouse that is white in the pictures which is great to go with other skirts of yours, or can be done in a pastel color to match your outfit depending on your choice.

    The skirt can be gathered or what we do mostly is pleat. There's no trim on bottom unless you request it.

    NOTE: If using homespun cotton or drapery material we do strongly suggest a dust ruffle on the end of your skirt.


Trim:
  1. Day - Plain - no ruching / ruffles (Not Shown).
  2. Day/Tea - Sleeve and Sleeve Cap Ruching Trim Only (Not Shown).
  3. Tea - Full Bodice Ruching and Bows, as shown in picture.
Note: Ruching: material making a ruche. Ruche: a strip of pleated lace, net, muslin or other material for trimming or finishing a dress, as at the collar or sleeves.

Ladies 1860s Pagoda Dress #3 (3 Piece): Day or Tea

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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #3, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #3, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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1860s Pagoda Day or Tea Dress #3, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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More coming soon. Victorian & Civil War dresses
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

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Ladies 1860s Zouave Dress: Day or Tea

Item Last Updated: Friday, 13-Feb-2015 17:45:56 EST

1860s Zouave Day or Tea Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
    We're looking at a 3 piece outfit. For more ideas look at the children's section, it's been our best seller there.

    The Bodice / Blouse is made of white or other solid color. It comes either with a Stand Up or Peter Pan collar. It is an Off-the-Shoulder style, their full sleeves with cuff band and it buttons down the front. In a solid color, you can wear with your other outfits.

    The Skirt can have a straight waist band, how wide you want or with the stiffener and pointed waist band like the  skirt below. Designed and decorated for what function you'd like it made for.

    The Jacket is slightly pointed or curved and long sleeves. The jacket is lined, with lace and/or ruffle trimming. There is a slanted "8" style of matching or contrasting material that hooks at top to a button for closure. Unless you don't want a closure at top, add remarks to comment field.

    Material: Cotton, Taffeta or Drapery. All 3 pieces can be mixed materials.

    Jacket Trim: The amount of trim varies with the intended use and social status of the owner. It can vary from no trim for a simple day dress to fancy trim for a fancy tea dress. The shopping cart offers: a Plain Day Dress (Sample A & D); the Day/Tea dress with Bodice Trim (Sample B Bodice); and the Tea Dress with & Fancy Bodice Trim (Sample E Bodice). You may also add how wide you want your Waistband from the Waist Band Options and/or the Lace/Eyelet Inserts from the Sleeve Inserts Option for an even dressier look. For other variations or amounts of trim, please call or email us and talk about your needs/desires.

    Skirt Trim: Trim can be added to the skirt. We currently offer one to three rows of trim near the bottom of the skirt (no sample shown, see Pagoda Sample C). For other styles of trim, please call or email us and talk about your needs/desires.

    Blouse/ Bodice Collar: Stand-Up collar or Peter Pan collar.

    Waist band: Wide Pointed Waist Band (Sample C & E Skirt) or Straight Waist Band (Sample A, C & D Skirt).

    Jacket Sleeve: Short or Long.

    Sleeve Inserts: We offer an option for Eyelet or Lace removable sleeve inserts (Sample D and E).

Ladies 1860s Zouave Day or Tea Dress

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1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample A
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample B
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample B
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample B
 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
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pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress - blouse and skirt top, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample C
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample C
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample D
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample D
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress - blouse and skirt top, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample E
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample E
1860s Zouave Day or Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Jacket and Skirt
Sample E

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Available in dress sizes 8 to 20, can possibly adjust for some other sizes, e-mail on this.

Measurements needed:
  1. Height:  With shoes you will be using (Item 1 from measurement chart).
  2. Bust/Chest: Around the chest (Item 4 from measurement chart).
  3. Waist: Around the natural waist (Item 14 from measurement chart).
  4. Neck to Waist: From the base of the neck to the natural waist (Not on the measurement chart).
  5. Waist to Floor: From the spot where your waist band goes, over the hips, then straight down to the floor (Item 17 from measurement chart).
  6. Arm Length: Top of Shoulder to Middle of Wrist (Item 10 from measurement chart).
  7. Wrist: Around the wrist at the wrist bone (Item 11 from measurement chart).
  8. Neck: Taken around the neck at the soft spot at base of throat (Item 3 from measurement chart).
  9. Stop Sign: From the back base of the neck, out towards the elbow, then upward to wrist bone. (Item 6 from measurement chart)
  10. Finished Length: The length you want over your hoop, when finished.
    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1860s Zouave Day or Tea Dress

1860's Zouave Dress
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Ladies 1858 - 1860s Bodice & Skirt: Formal, Wedding and Ball

Item Last Updated: Friday, 13-Feb-2015 17:45:56 EST

Ladies ball gown (bodice and skirt). Victorian & Civil War dresses
Linda Gown
    At this time we're only offering the 1858s thru 1860s ball bodice / blouse and skirt. All bodices are made with lining and boning. Depending on time period the sleeves and point are adjusted to fit the period. Gathered sleeves, with arm cuffs/band or gathered drawstring band.. Laces up the back with grommets/ button holes are hook and eyes. Pointed front with straight cut back. Scooped neck with off the shoulder design.

     The picture to your left is a 1858 ball bodice and skirt. The top has a full gathered and lace trim collar with hand made flower in center. Puff sleeves with band. With the short point for the 50s style, and buttons in back.

     The bottom skirt is with white lace and ribbon. The top/ over skirt is scooped to meet on each side of waist band with ruffles all around. The material, that doesn't show up is a seersucker with rainbow colors in pin strips. This dress could easy be carried over into Civil War do to lack of material, due to the war. Waist band that buttons in back. (See pictures below).

     Another is the bright pink cotton pin strip with cotton eyelet lace trim across in rows of the front. Contrast pink sleeve caps and arm band, that hook and eyes in back. The skirt is double, with the top being bright pink polish cotton with waist band that buttons in back.

Ball Bodice

     Note: The difference from 1850 thru the 60's is mainly the point. Further forward in time the more narrow, sharp point you had whereas in the 50's was a shorter more blunt point. As you can tell in the drawings in A & C.

     Optional is epaulets, (which are the small piece that is above the gather or pleated part of the sleeve), shown in darker pink picture, sleeve style, point size, material and rather to be a single, or double skirt or with flounces found in our never ending dress. Price will depend on style, material and how much trim/ fancy you will want. CAUTION with flounces or double skirt: this dress SHOULD NOT be made from heavier drapery material, as the weight of the dress would be excessive. It can be made from the lighter drapery/home decor fabrics, although the weight may still exceed the capacity of a normal hoop and require a steel cage hoop.

Ladies 1858 - 1860s Bodice: Formal and Ball

Ladies ball bodice and skirt. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Sample A (left half)
Plain w/Balloon Sleeves
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Sample B (right half)
Bertha w/Double Balloon Sleeves
Ladies ball bodice and skirt. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Sample C (left half)
Lace Trim w/ Straight Sleeves
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Sample D (right half)
Plain w/Drawstring Balloon Sleeve
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Ladies ball bodice and skirt. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Sample Combo
(Combination of A, B & C)

Linda Gown

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Ladies ball gown (bodice and skirt). Victorian & Civil War dresses
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Ladies ball bodice and skirt. Victorian & Civil War dresses
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Ladies ball bodice and skirt. Victorian & Civil War dresses
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 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Ball Skirt

     The skirt see optional.

General, on bodice and skirt

   Material;  Can be made of cotton, drapery, taffeta or velvet, or mix. Although for drapery, suggest a good firm hoop. See optional for design in skirt. The one of the picture of the darker pink is approx. 20 years old and is made of cotton. Also the light color and white is of cotton is our newest prototype. Note, cotton is easier to take care.

   Measurements; Need the measurement chart.

   Call, Write or E-Mail with your specifications, and for the measurements needed. Prices vary depending upon the amount of work and materials used. E-mail Frances at azrahist@aol.com for any questions on this or any other dress.

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1858 - 1860s Bodice & Skirt: Formal, Wedding and Ball

1858 - 1860s Bodice & Skirt: Formal and Ball, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Dresses
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Ladies 1858s - 1860's Hoop Skirt: Formal and Ball

Item Last Updated: Friday, 13-Feb-2015 17:45:56 EST

Ball Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Bodice and Skirt
    The 1850s-1870s ball hoop skirt is the same as the day skirt of the same period, except it is fancier. Typically it is about $50.00 higher in cost than the day skirt because of the extra time and trimmings involved.

    Please Call, Write or E-Mail with your specifications. Prices vary depending upon the amount of work and materials used.


    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).


    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1860s Riding Habit / Outfit

Riding / Walking Jacket & Riding Skirt - Late 1860's

Item Last Updated: Friday, 13-Feb-2015 17:45:56 EST

Ladies Riding Jacket, Style A
Ladies Riding Skirt, Style D
    Riding / Walking Jacket, Style BB-A:  Beside being a great jacket for riding in the late 1860's through early 1870's, it's also a great jacket for day wear with a small bustle, with it's little added back gathered material. The picture is in two tone to show the lines, yet it comes mostly in a solid color with contrasting braiding or lace, with covered buttons down the front and with a stand up collar. Sizes run from 6 thru 20.

    Riding Skirt, Style D: for riding in the late 1860's through early 1900's. This is a floor length riding skirt. It is available with or without a train, depending on the time period requested.

     Measurements: Fill out Measurement Chart.

     Material; Good in medium to heavy linen or cotton, corduroy, velvet or wool. E-Mail us with color/fabric design interests.

Ladies Riding Attire

Ladies Riding Jacket, Style A
Style BB-A
Ladies Riding Skirt, Style D
Style D

    This REPRODUCTION item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 5 - 6 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies Riding / Walking Jacket, Style BB-A

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   Our reproduction items are more than just looks-like, they are authentic replicas made as closely as possible to the original item. They are carefully manufactured using materials that match as closely as possible to the original items. We use patterns made from original items; patterns that are modified to be historical not only in look, but construction; or patterns that we have made from drawings, pictures or paintings. Many of our items have been purchased by museums (well known and not so well known) for display and/or for use by docents and historical interpreters.

    Clothing and Uniforms Most of our men's replica clothing and uniforms are made for us by the Quartermaster Shop, although some items are manufactured by us or elsewhere. The ladies and childrens attire is mostly made by us. Almost any style of clothing that was worn in the United States during the 19th Century (1800s) (starting from the 1820's on, including Victorian, Edwardian, American Civil War, Indian Wars. Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am)) is available.

    Other Items (accessories, accouterments, camp equipment, leathergoods, tents, tinware, etc.) are mostly purchased from other makers, although some are made by us. In many cases we have mutiple suppliers of items, to assure the we can always have them available.

    We currently offer Clothing and Military Uniforms from the 1830s through 1900; which includes the Federal Era, Jacksonian Era, Dickens, the (Victorian Era (Mexican War, Antebellum, American Civil War (Confederate / CS / CSA & Union / US / USA), Indian Wars, Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am War)).


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