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Newspaper Cutting - 'Winter Fashions', The Australasian Sketcher, Melbourne, 17 Jun 1882 Document Reg. No: SH 961150

Summary:
Double-sided page from The Australasian Sketcher, Saturday, 17 June 1882, pp.180-81, published by Wilson & McKinnon, Melbourne.

Page 180 consists of a full-page series of eight black & white woodblock illustrations, depicting contemporary women's formal winter fashion, particularly mantles and coats. They include the Venice Mantle, the Paquerrette costume, the Paon Jacket, the Esmeralda mantle, the Genovese mantle, the Faustine costume, the Larnica costume and the Frondeuse mantle.
Description:
Double-sided page from The Australasian Sketcher, Saturday, 17 June 1882, pp.180-81, published by Wilson & McKinnon, Melbourne. Page 180 consists of a full-page series of eight black & white woodblock illustrations, depicting contemporary women's formal winter fashion, particularly mantles and coats.
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Trustees of the Royal Exhibition Building (REB), 1991
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 340 mm (Height), 220 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: women s clothing, newspapers, fashions
Themes this item is part of: Clothing & Textiles Collection, Royal Exhibition Building Collection
Primary Classification: CLOTHING
Secondary Classification: Female
Tertiary Classification: ensembles
Inscriptions: Top margin, p. 180: 180 THE AUSTRALASIAN SKETCHER.
Image captions, various: No 1/ No 2/ No/ 3/ No 4/ No 5/ No 6/ No 7/ No 8
Image caption, main, p. 180: WINTER FASHIONS.
Image captions, secondary, p. 180: 1-THE VENICE MANTLE. 2-THE PAQUERRETTE COSTUME. 3-THE PAON JACKET. 4-THE ESMERALDA MANTLE. 5-THE GENEVOISE MANTLE. 6-THE FAUSTINE COSTUME./ 7-THE LARNICA COSTUME. 8-THE FRONDEUSE MANTLE.
Date Printed: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 17 Jun 1882

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