These lovely mid-Victorian-era costumes have been faithfully rendered from the publication that was the "last word" on clothing styles of the period, and include elegant evening dresses, bridal gowns, and daytime wear. Outfits are accompanied by hats and fanciful hair styles of the period. 2 dolls on... read more
Traditional Japanese Fashions Paper Dolls by Ming-Ju Sun Dress two female figures in a formal court dress of the Ashikaga period (1338–1573), including kimonos with floral designs, a traditional Japanese bridal dress, modern formal robes. 16 full-color plates of costumes.
Newport Fashions of the Gilded Age Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney Two dolls with 30 costumes model the aristocratic American styles worn by the Vanderbilts, Astors, Belmonts, and other patrician ladies from the 1870s through the early 1900s. Notes.
Old-Time Children's Fashions Coloring Book by Ming-Ju Sun What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? Thirty pages of colorable illustrations — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide answers.
Godey's Fashions Coloring Book by Ming-Ju Sun Superb illustrations, adapted from Godey's Lady's Book, a popular 19th-century fashion magazine, provide authentic views of Victorian fashions — from lace-edged necklines and elongated bodices to fitted bonnets and extravagant bustles. 30 plates.
Cut & Color Paper Dolls: Alice and Anna by Ming-Ju Sun Figures of 2 girls growing up in the early 1900s — along with their adorable, vintage wardrobes — can be colored and then cut out. 2 dolls, each with 16 costumes.
Paper Dolls in the Style of Mucha by Charles Ventura Inspired by the voluptuous style of Art Nouveau master Alfonse Mucha, this collection features two paper dolls and 28 gowns, including costumes from Sarah Bernhardt productions of Salomé and Hamlet.
These lovely mid-Victorian-era costumes have been faithfully rendered from the publication that was the "last word" on clothing styles of the period, and include elegant evening dresses, bridal gowns, and daytime wear. Outfits are accompanied by hats and fanciful hair styles of the period. 2 dolls on gatefold cover and 16 costume plates.
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