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This webring group is chock full of sites that focus on various aspects of costuming for film, theater and other kinds of play/performance. You will find here the reproduction of a wide variety of period garments and period-specific accessories. Costuming may include (but should not be limited to) the following periods: Renaissance (17th century-1714), Georgian ([Part 1]1714-1790), Georgian ([Part 2] 1790-1837), Regency ([UK](1811-1820), Early Victorian (1837-1860), Mid-Victorian (1860-1880), The Late Victorian Period (1880-1901) Edwardian Era aka Belle Epoque ([UK]1901-1910), Victorian/Edwardian Periods (1901-1914). Pictured: A detail of an 1896 picture of Dame Ellen Terry (February 27, 1847 - July 21, 1928) onstage as Imogen in Sir Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre production of William Shakespeare's "Cymbeline," in a costume created by British painter Sir Laurence Alma Tadema (1836-1912). Irving and Shakespeare lived, respectively, 1838-1905 and April 26, 1564 – April 23, 1616.