VICTORIAN MOURNING & DRESS
Victorian Advertising

by
Jennifer Carnell

Clothes and fabrics dyed for mourning.
Samuel Osmond & Co., Dyers.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

Family Mourning of Every Description.
Sowerby, Tatton & Co.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

Black silks from Jay's, The London General Mourning Warehouse in Regent Street.
An advert from the back cover of a one shilling paperback novel published by Routledge in 1863.

Jay's, The London General Mourning Warehouse.
A magazine advert published in 1863.

Jay's, The London General Mourning Warehouse.
A magazine advert published in 1869.

5 Guinea Tea Gown in Silk
from Jay's General Mourning Warehouse.
An advert from 1888.

Peter Robinson's Mourning Warehouse in Regent Street, London.
'Every requisite for Mourning Attire in the Latest Fashion kept in Stock.'
Peter Robinson.
An advert from a magazine published in 1894.

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