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Unique hand made and designed ornate long garnet frockcoat. The body of the coat is made of a heavyweight very dark rich garnet wool fabric, interlined with coat weight wool, suitable for a winter coat. Embellishments on fronts are in deep black velvet, paned with embroidered copper satin to give an almost stained glass look. Embellishments at cuffs, collar and lapels are applied in dark brown faux leather in a knotwork pattern. Large back embellishment is in black textured faux leather paned with dark gold satin. All are handmade in original designs. The wide cuffs and broad collar are made in a black faux suede. Oversized notched lapels. A large wrap around coat, made to be worn open but can be buttoned at the chest. Large dark brass buttons in a coiling pattern. The back is slitted for ease of movement, with matching buttons above the slit, and a removable button plaquard in black velvet. It is fully lined in very high quality burnished deep brown satin and I have reinforced the yoke (neck and shoulders) as this is the first place to wear out on coat linings. This coat has a very nice tailored look, is well made and is suitable for everyday use as well as a costume. I've tried to take pictures in differing lights to show the natural color variations of the fabrics, indoors and outdoor sun, as the most of the velvets and satins have some color changes and shadings in the various light sources. If you have any questions or comments please ask, I always appreciate any input. Thanks very much for looking.
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For more information on this coat and a further selection of original and ornate Gothic Pirate and Steampunk Frock coats visit The Sandstone Man on Etsy:
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Unique hand made and highly ornate floor length crimson frock coat. The body of the coat is made of a heavyweight crushed blood red velvet. The embellishments for this coat have a lightning and flames look and are in black velvet and are applied to the sleeves and fronts. The notched lapels are matching black velvet with decorative silver stitching. The oversized fold over collar and pointed cuffs are in black velvet and paned in matching red velvet with silver stitching. Jagged black faux leather pauldrons paned in iridescent color change black/red satin are sculpted to the fit of the shoulders. The back of the coat has an intricate black faux leather applique,securely tacked down, and is finished in black hammered satin box pleats on either side of the slitted back, and large silver toggle buttons above the sharp V seam. The front is closed by large tarnished silver buttons and looks equally good worn open or closed. It is fully lined in black satin and I have reinforced the yoke (neck and shoulders) as this is the first place to wear out on coat linings. I've tried to take pictures in differing lights to show the natural color variations of the fabrics, indoors and outdoor sun, as the most of the velvets and satins have some color changes and shadings in the various light sources. If you have any questions or comments please ask, I always appreciate any input. Thanks very much for looking.

This coat is a Medium, measurements of finished coat are:
Back width, shoulder to shoulder: 17 1/2"
Overall Length, collar to hem: 56"
Sleeve Length: 25"
Chest: 44"(so your chest should be 37 to 41")
Waist: 38" (38 and smaller is fine)
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For more information on this coat and a further selection of original and ornate Gothic Pirate and Steampunk Frock coats visit The Sandstone Man on Etsy:
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Unique hand made and designed ornate tuxedo style blue frock coat. The body of the coat is made of a medium weight heavily brocaded midnight blue matelasse fabric with silver thread running throughout. Embellishments applied to lapels and fronts are in deep black velvet and paned in ice blue satin, hand made in all original serpentine designs. The fold over collar and large pointed cuffs are in a black faux leather with decorative stitching in black and silver thread and backed in dark blue velvet. Channel seams are used at the back and shoulders in a black faux leather. The back of the coat is finished in black brocade box pleats on either side of the slitted back, below a sharp V seam. Large silver buttons finish the back with a removable button plaquard in black faux leather and silver brocade. The cut away tuxedo style front is closed by 3 ornate silver clasps and ends in highly decorative hatchet shaped faux leather and velvet embellishments. It can be worn either open or closed. It is fully lined in black satin with a concealed breast pocket hidden in the seam. I have reinforced the yoke (neck and shoulders) as this is the first place to wear out on coat linings. This coat has a very nice tailored look is well made and is suitable for everyday use as well as a costume. I've tried to take pictures in differing lights to show the natural color variations of the fabrics, indoors and outdoor sun, as the most of the velvets and satins have some color changes and shadings in the various light sources. If you have any questions or comments please ask, I always appreciate any input. Thanks very much for looking.


This coat is a Medium, measurements of finished coat are:
Back width, shoulder to shoulder: 17 1/2"
Overall Length, collar to hem: 51"
Sleeve Length: 25"
Chest: 44"(so your chest should be 37 to 41")
Waist: 38" (38 and smaller is fine)
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Feel free to join my new little mailing list to be notified of the return of the old stuff, custom orders and new collections: [link]

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www.steampunkcouture.com
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Feel free to join my new little mailing list to be notified of the return of the old stuff, custom orders and new collections: [link]

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www.steampunkcouture.com
contact@steampunkcouture.com
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Feel free to join my new little mailing list to be notified of the return of the old stuff, custom orders and new collections: [link]

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www.steampunkcouture.com
contact@steampunkcouture.com
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My new Steampunk jacket. I have sewed them from rest pieces which I have still found in my material box. The scarab brooch is removable.
Material: cotton/wool mix and cashmerewool, synthetic brown leather....the winter is welcome with this jacket *smile*
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Model: MADmoiselle Méli aka FroweMinahild
Photographer: The awesome Nadja R. aka Ewiglich


This is my new sewed bustle dress, isn't it beautyfull, isn't it??
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I present you my new steampunk "Aircaptain" Dress.
I made the skirt out of black cotton and the rose applications are taffetta and syntethic lether, my dad offers me the cogwheel <3 I decorate it also with fishnetstuff.
The jacket I made out of syntehtic leather, black cotton and taffetta .-D The buttons I used from an old jacket hehehe.
So I really hope you like my newst creation! Next week I'll wear it to a shooting :-D


The corset I didn't make by myself!!! I bought it on ebay,..but it fits perfectly to the outfit!!!!
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I'm actually wearing this in one of my 'steampunk noble' pics but because the fabric is really good at absorbing light it's hard to tell what it is.

a mix of three seperate patterns (I love frankensteining my patterns!)
this is a short 'coat' with tails to fit over a bustle and really wide asian styled sleeves (I use these for everything! coats, robes, the bottome of belly dancing pants :) so it looks like a mantle when your just sitting there.

I found these super cool retro wing like buttons which are on the front as 'frogs' so I can hook chain or braided silk across them for a different look (there is also a wing at the peak of the tails in the small of the back)

the hardest part? cleaning my work room out of the photo @_@

I had some thought to sell these in my store, not sure, what do you guys think?
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the back of my steampunk D.grey man inspired 'dress' exorcist coat

have I mentioned that i'm a bit of a button whore?
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$10 in my etsy store [link]

Hand assembled with brass wire, jewlery chain, clock hands and clear faceted beads.

Simple,and elegant this hat tassle glitters with beautiful prism beads and elegant clock hands adding a unique sparkel to any steampunk finery. Any steampunk noble or gussied up worker would be proud to have this tassle hanging from their hat, vest, or bodice!

The 's' hook allows for easy attachment to hats or hairsticks with loops to make steampunk kanzashi! It can also be attached to hair, zippers, belts, bags anything you can imagine to add that little bit of detail without over-powering the overall look.
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The leather sleeveless tailcoat I finished making today, for a steampunk ball in a few days time.

It was my first time making a pattern and so on and it went surprisingly well. I did have some help with the sewing however.

Also, I love my stompy boots :3
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$9 See more pictures at my etsy store, Antickquities: [link]

These brass clock hands have been fire kissed to give them beautiful eclectic rainbow hues on top of their natural gold. Every hand is different and will never be the same between hair picks! The backs are semi scorched and not quite as colorful, but they have an antique feel. It’s bright, eye catching, and wonderfully colorful!

The longest hand is about 2 " long from the fastener hole. They are a perfect small accent to your hair or hat! Made of 100% brass clock hands and fasteners. Also comes with a 2" pick hand to place into the hair. The style can be changed over and over again just by loosening the screw, rearranging the hands and tightening it into place.
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:iconwthplz: This is kinda freaky.

Sometimes one little prop is all it takes. I thought it would be a waste to just make that teacup hat [link] and then just let it rot. So, I decided to make a lolita dress to go with it...BUT I didn't stop there, I made a new Steampunk OC *sigh* :D She is insofar unnamed (with the tentative pun name MariAnnette after a different OC I had), but she is a clockwork dolly. This is the make up so far! Some colors will change, but I just wanted to see how it might look. It's the first time I've tried hiding my eyebrows and redrawing them LOL so I definitely need to practice more! :XD:

BEST TUTORIALS EVER from this guy:
Hiding eyebrows: [link]
Doll make-up: [link]
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$20 @ my Antickquities Etsy Store: [link]

Accented with eccentric steampunk bits and baubles, such as a large ornate silver plated brass key and a gear, this pendant is also a functioning watch! The watch itself is about 1" diameter and surrounded by a beautiful etched brass based casing and comes with a 30" silver plated brass based chain! The accompanying key is about 2.25" long. It is a quartz movement and the batteries can be replaced should they run out. To change the time, please gently pull up on the knob and turn to the desired time.

As we at Antiquities do not manufactures the timepiece part of these accessories, we do not hold any responsibility to the repair or maintenance of said timepieces. That is entirely up to you!
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To date most of my work has been toy prototypes in scale with twelve inch figures. This is my first entry into the realm of Steampunk and the first of a many full size pieces I want to build. I am trying to stick to metals and wood as much as I can as I'm not really sure of what the guide lines are for cos-play props but I want them to be as durable as possible.
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Our Surgeon's Waist Coat was made to fit The Engineer's exacting descriptions of vests his tailor made for him in his own time. This particular vest is made from 100% Cotton of stunning crimson covered with black filigree. It's lined and backed with black suit lining to match the fabric perfectly. The pocket welts are made from a black brocade accented with scarlet flowers.

Great for those interested in Victorian or Steampunk garb, or just someone in need of formal wear...

The vest is made to order. When purchased just send us your measurements and we will be more than happy to fit it to you exactly.

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A work apron in steampunk style. Made of stretch denim, brown with light brown pinstripes. Pocket on the front with gears embroidered. The split in the back is to allow for bustle dresses or whatever. The straps have penny buttons which allow for a small amount of adjustability. I'm pretty pleased with this piece.
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Made for Dragon Con 2010.

This is my Steampunk backpack. :3

Took me quite alot longer then I expected. But I'm so happy with the results. This is the first year I'm making Steampunk props and costume bits. So I'm still a beginner but I'm having fun.

The side leather bits are not pockets. There guards so when I strap my guns on the sides they dont swing and rub paint off.

All the gages actually work. So I'll know how humid and hot a pannel room is. XD And how nice and cool our hotel room is. :3

Only thing I didnt do this year was adding lights, I really wanted to but I will update them for World Steam Expo 2011.
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Made for Dragon Con 2010

This one is for Mitch. I tried to make it look "Manly".

The gauges like mine actually work. So he will know the temp and humidity of D*C XD

Again like mine these backpacks took alot longer then I had expected. But Im very happy with the results.

And for World Steam Expo I hope to upgrade them with lights.
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