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Victorian reproduction velvet and lace opera cape cloak. Lovely Victorian era shawl in Ivory lace with pearl and sequin sewn on is one size. In excellent condition.
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Esperanza Kimono Cardigan. White Lace Coverlet. Frayed Plaid Poncho. Victorian shawls were made in almost every known material, in every technique of textile construction. Their ornament was part of their making, or was added in embroidery and trimming. They were gathered or received influence from many countries of the world. During the first half of the period, between and , the shawl was one of the most fashionable of outdoor coverings. Squares or approximate squares, the double square and a square cut across the diagonal forming a triangle but without more shaping, are here all included as shawls, and the term scarf is given to those in which the length is more than double the width.
The scarf had been the more fashionable shape early in the century and, up to , square shawls were rather small, about one and a half yards square. Scarves were still being worn in the late s and s as summer wraps, but after the middle of the century they were less often fashionable, even for summer wearing. The size of shawls increased to a square of about sixty-four inches in the s, and in the s and s shawls two yards square, and the double square of sixty-four inches by a hundred and twenty-eight or more, were worn over the spreading skirts.
This increasing size is no final guide to date, but only a guide to the basic movement of fashion between and Paisley Shawl. The Paisley shawl has an Indian origin, and the Indian shawls which were its prototype were also brought to this country from the beginning of the nineteenth century. Mia Wasikowska as Jane-Eyre wearing an India shawl over her arms. The shawl of Indian origin which remains an Indian shawl without European versions is a shawl of twilled wool, composed of many smaller pieces, embroidered separately, in bright colored wools, and then sewn together.
These shawls were made throughout the century and prized in Victorian England, but they were a nineteenth-century innovation in India to supply a cheaper version of the traditional woven shawl.
The Indian shawls were of fine goat-wool. A shawl woven in silk and wool twill, with patterned borders sewn on and not woven in one piece, is likely to be earlier than Scarves may have deep patterned borders at the ends, woven in one piece, and narrow sewn-on borders. In most shawls and scarves earlier than , the pattern is limited to the border and the center is left plain.
Some shawls may have this center covered with a small repeating design, but the closely patterned area remains limited to the borders. Cream was the usual color for the ground, but in the s many shawls were patterned in vivid colors against a black ground. The formalized cone design was the characteristic feature of nineteenth-century Indian, French and Paisley shawls; but it does not appear on every example.
During the s, as the larger shawls grew more fashionable, the patterning of them grew richer, the borders deepening until, by , the pattern covered the whole area of the shawl.
A fine shawl was at this time a much-prized, much-desired acquisition. To say nothing of the products of the Indian looms or the highly and deservedly prized French cashmere, some of the newest specimens of our own British manufacture will find favor.
The fashion continued throughout the s, was declining in the s and died out by about Many of the finer shawls were too much prized to be discarded and some appear again in new forms in the mantles of the s and s. Shawls of woven pattern of the mid-nineteenth century, Indian, French or Paisley, survive in hundreds still, evidence of a dominant nineteenth-century fashion.
The woven shawls were expensive. Cheaper imitations were printed with the same designs on wool, wool and cotton, or cotton fabrics. There were also printed shawls of finer quality, shawls of silk, or silk and wool, in gauze weave with the pattern printed in rich jewel-like colors.
Many of these are the large rectangular shawls approximately five feet by ten feet. In the s, shawls of silk crepe, plain, embroidered, or with printed designs, were worn, and embroidered Chinese crepe shawls continued to be fashionable during the s. Shawls of printed satin were also fashionable at the beginning of the period.
Twilled silk—levantine—a material much used in the s, was still used for shawls and scarves in the s, plain or with figured patterns, but it is not often found in them after the s. The s fashion for bright colors against a dark ground appears in shawls of all kinds. Shawls and scarves usually have fringed ends or borders. The fringes are of different kinds. The plainest is the fringe of warp threads left at each end. There is the simple knotting of these threads and the more elaborate knotting into two or three lines of mesh.
Other fringes are knotted on to the ends or borders, strands of silk or wool being threaded through the edge of the material and then knotted. Or there is fringed braid which is sewn on. Changeable or shot silk appears in shawls of the s, and many shawls and scarves were made in the light, half-transparent woollen fabrics also fashionable at this time.
Many light shawls and scarves survive of silk, wool, or a mixture of silk and wool, in gauze weave, or open weave, with striped borders of silk in a single bright color.
Mainly from their colors, they suggest a period of wear between about and Some of these may have been shawls made to match a dress, which was a fashion of the early s. Shawls and scarves of tartan stripes in silk and satin are also likely to date from the s. The white embroidered muslin which appeared everywhere in the costume of the s and s appeared also in shawls.
Shawls of embroidered muslin were square or triangular, but a long scarf form in embroidered muslin seems to have been little worn.
Sometimes they are finished with a muslin frill with a scalloped edge, sometimes with an edging of bobbin lace. A number of them are lined with silk in pale colors. Knitting in delicate openwork patterns in fine white wool, as practiced in the Shetland Islands, became fashionable for shawls in the s, and patterns for knitting them and other accessories are often given in fashion journals, particularly between and Black shawls were also worn in the s and s, in silk, satin, and corded silk, often edged with lace, particularly black silk bobbin lace.
There were also black shawls of lace, usually, either bobbin lace or machine net, embroidered in black silk.
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