These long skirts are beautiful, but not always handy, which is why these skirt lifters were invented. The skirt lifter was worn on the chataleine, so that the hem of the skirt could be pinched and held up so that the skirt did not get dirty with mud from the dirty Victorian streets.
This copper Victorian skirt lifter has a triangular copper slide at the top, which when pushed upwards clamps the small round discs at the bottom together with the hem of the skirt in between so that it can be properly clamped.
*15 cm tall,
*Triangular slide4x4x4 cm
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Beautifully made this vintage fan of ostrich feathers. The white/brown feathers are attached to plastic blades. When the fan is not in use it could be stored in the specially made light blue storage box. The fan was used around the 1920s
*Folded closed: ±52 cm long, unfolded: ±77 cm wide