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1860 Garments by Glenda

Civil War Costumes and Clothing Including Antebellum, 19th Century, Early and Colonial American, and Victorian, Garments and Costumes, Custom Made Just for You!

I am a seamstress, specializing in Civil War Reproductions for Re-enactors, Museums, and the Film Industry. My Contact Information

19th Century and Civil War Accessories including Goodey's and Peterson Crochet

Designer Gowns by Glenda Schroeder

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1848 – 1850 Wedding Gown

Designed, constructed and sewed by Glenda Schroeder, using picture on the left of the reproduction gown.

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The gown to the left was made for the Kent Plantation House, Alexandria, Louisiana.

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Customer Requested this Gown to be made in blue, without train.





This gown was made for the Kent Plantation House, Alexandria, Louisiana.

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Gown Designed and made from Painting at the left. Design and Cunstruction by Glenda Schroeder





Each dress is custom made to your specifications and pricing depends on trims, styles, and make.

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Victorian Riding Habit

Designed, constructed and sewed by Glenda Schroeder, using pictures.

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Dressing Beauty - Beauty and the Beast
Drawing by Scott Dunlap

Dressing Beauty - Beauty and the Beast
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Gown designed by Glenda Schroeder, from a drawing by Scott Dunlap, fabric choices by Kay Jennings, Constructed and Sewed by Glenda Schroeder for the Chattanooga Theatre Center, Tennessee.


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Dressing Beauty - Beauty and the Beast





Purple Walking Skirt, Blouse and Mantle/Shawl, designed and constructed by Glenda Schroeder. Copied from the Jane Addams picture left.






Skirt Fabric – Silk Taffata

Design and Construction by Glenda Schroeder and made from seeing the costume on “Meet me in St. Louis” Staring Judy Garland – 1944

Trolly Car


Jacket Fabric – Black Velvet

I am not affiliated with any Local (TN & GA) Mercantile or Sutler


2 Piece Girl's 1860's Outfit

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Glenda Schroeder

From the girl sitting in swing on old silk print at the right.

Made of Pink Bridal Satin but not recommended.



19th Century Ladies, Men, and Girls period clothing, including Victorian

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Please e-mail Glenda at: Contact Me for your design, color, fabric choices, trim, measurements and pricing. Thank you

ALL Garments are custom made to your wishes. Most gowns & dresses come with boning and linings.

Please allow up to 6 weeks for delivery. Thank you.

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