5 various Sterling Silver table spoons. Some over 200 years old! approx 17-18cm 30-40g each
Left to right
1) 1848 London 42g *some dents
2) 1817 London 41g
3) 1834 London 33g
4) 1804 London 33g
5) 1796 London 30g
Did you know that Edwardians painted their waists in photos do they could look smaller?😱😨
Yes, we have been betrayed 😱😂
If you look closely you'll notice it at once, for example, Camille Clifford (1) is one of the most notorious examples, if you look at the pattern in this background, you'll see that it looks really strange and confusing than the rest of the fabric.
In the second photo, you can see how the background suddenly becomes lighter in the waist and the thighs.
The third and fourth photos are the most notorious examples, if you look in the space between the arms and waist the backround suddenly dissapears, also you can clearly see the painted part in the front, in the third one, the trees and pavilion in the backround aren't there and in the fourth one the street dissapears.
The fifth photo is incredibly obviously, it looks so strange, dark and disproportionate.
In the last one, of you look very careful, you'll see the painted part, I thing she might wore a bustle, because it is impossible to bring your spinal column into that position, it would break.
What do you think?
I got to play with old things today. The viewfinder, or stereo scope, was the most popular viewing device in the Victorian era.
Pictured: 3D Stereoscope. "Utilizing the principle of binocular vision a card bearing two images was viewed through a magnifying eyepiece; each eye saw a slightly different picture, something the brain reconciled by giving the wonderful effect of 3 dimensionality." #toy#victorian#victorianera#3d#3dimensional#photos#antique
[1/89]This is actually something I was planning on making into a comic but I got bored of it. But now I'm back in so maybe I cloud bring this dead shit back to life idk that's what I'm saying I don't do the thing I say. Also, the character I use in this picture is my new OC her name is Abigail she was born in the Victorian days ( how I love victorian history it makes me really happy ) she is a queen and wants to do bad things so that's where I'm going to leave this thing here I hope you people have a good day. To that good day Lady and gentlemen UWU 🎩🎩👑 #victorian#art#myart#originalcharacter#originalsrt#doodle#comic#digitalart#illustration
My steampunk inspired 19th century corset: made of 100% cotton brocade, genuine lambskin and 100% cotton lining, all sustainable and recyclable; full steel boning with steel busk, embroidered industrial revolution inspired gear appliqué, faux leather binding.