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GAZETTE OF FASHION.
A NEW EDITION OF THE “CHART OF FASHION;" TAILOR'S HANDBOOK OF STYLES,
FORMING No. 10 OF THE SERIES.
The extraordinary demand for previous editions of this invaluable Tailor's Companion is a sufficient proof that its utility is thoroughly recognized by the trade. The fresh issue will combine several new and attractive features. The figures will be in full length, and on a smaller scale than the regular illustrations of the GAZETTE and REPORT; but every garment in vogue will be carefully and accurately delineated. "THE CHART" will contain Illustrations of COATS: DRESS and FROCK. RIDING, HUNTING, SHOOTING, CHESTERFIELDS, ULSTERS, MORNING, LOUNGE, &c.; LADIES' RIDING-HABITS and JACKETS, and CHILDREN'S DRESSES. In fact, it will form a complete chart of every variety of fashionable dress. FIFTY-FOUR FIGURES, SHOWING EVERY FORM OF GARMENT IN WEAR.
"As essential to the Tailor as a Pattern Card." Mounted on Cloth, and bound up as a Map for the pocket, price 6s. May also be had in Sheets, at 4s. a copy.
TO MASTER TAILORS.
An experienced CUTTER will be open to a re-engagement in the early part of February, town or country, or to manage a good business. Thorough practical knowledge of the trade in all its branches. Ten years' reference from present employer.
Address ALPHA, Messrs. Chaffey and Son, 74, Aldermanbury, London, E.C.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND FASHION.
Reduced Photographic Copies were issued for the first time with the Autumn and Winter "Report of Fashion."
"REPORT OF FASHION.-The publishers of this periodical have forwarded to us a remarkably effective vignette of fashionable costu mes, rendered photographically from their coloured plate. The advantage of possessing the designs in this small compass is apparent, more especially in the ready way in which the plate can be submitted to customers, answering, as it does, in many respects, the purpose of the large original plate. By the special photographic process adopted, the impression is indelible. The designs, extremely artistic and graceful, are well worthy the reputation of the Journal. With a due regard to artistic effect, hats are introduced; it is certain that these, whether held in the hand, or poised on the head, are essential to imparting to dress costumes their full effect."-The Hatter.
"NEW USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY.-We have just received a photographic copy of Minister's Sheet of Fashions for this Autumn and the coming Winter. Though in a small picture, about 4 in. by 3 in., there are upwards of twenty figures (nearly all gentlemen) in varied attitudes and costumes. It is the first application of photography to fashion plates in this country, but the use is sure to be extended now that its utility is demonstrated. Though on a small scale, all the details of the costumes are brought out with surprising distinctness. In fact, the garments are seen quite as well as when engraved in large size.”—Liverpool Courier.
Gold, Silver, and
of every description.
Military and Cibil
Gold and Silver Wire
WEBB AND BONELLA,
GOLD AND SILVER LACEMEN, EMBROIDERERS,
Every Description of Accoutrement for the
ARMY, NAVY, YEOMANRY, MILITIA, and VOLUNTEERS,
Contractors to Her Majesty's War Department.
Military and other Uniforms trimmed
Chacos & Helmets,
W. and B. beg to thank the Trade for the many years of valuable support