19th Century Tailoring — (UK) Produces & sells men’s military uniforms and civilian clothing for the periods 1700-1910. Made for re-enactors, theater, film, and museums. (Formerly known as The Sutlers Stores.)
Abraham’s Lady — Women’s 19th century clothing, patterns, fabric, notions (frogs, clasps, etc), shoes, boning, hooping, and more.
Ages of Elegance — (UK) Specializes in the “manufacture of historical clothing for Weddings, Museums, Collectors and Re-enactors worldwide.” Men’s & women’s medieval, Tudor, Stuart, 18th century, Regency, & Victorian.
Darcy Clothing — (UK) “Supplies accurate replicas of mens period clothing, largely made specially for us & taken directly from original garments to ensure authenticity.” Men’s collars, shirts, waistcoats, trousers, hats and more.
Dressing History — Milliners & Haberdashers. Really lovely custom made headwear and clothing, including crinolines. Also sells stockings, hat blanks, and patterns.
Galla Rock Mercantile Shirt & Pattern Co. — Men’s, women’s and children’s Civil War era clothing, hats and accessories. Patterns, including their own line of men’s, women’s and children’s Civil War era patterns.
Hamilton Dry Goods — 19th c. fabric, clothing, etc. Also patterns, including their own line of patterns, which currently includes a “Longhunter Shirt” and a pattern which has five men’s shirts from 1700-1820.
History in the Making — 18th and 19th century men’s, women’s and children’s civilian and military costumes. Also hats, wigs and footwear.
James Country Mercantile — 19th century clothing, weapons, tents, leather, fabrics, etc. Sells patterns for 18th and 19th century, including: Buckaroo Bobbins • Eagle View • Folkwear • Harriet Engler • Heidi Marsh • Homespun • Millers Millinery • Old World Enterprises • Past Patterns • Patterns of History • Pegee of Williamsburg • Period Impressions • Tailor’s Guide.
Jas. Townsend & Sons — 18th & 19th c. items for reenactors – clothing, hats, camp gear, tents, books, knives, etc.
Maggie May Clothing — Beautiful custom-made women’s and children’s clothing and hats from 1800-1920.
Satin Shadow Designs — Custom made costumes for men & women, specializing in Regency, but also Renaissance, 18th through early 20th century, and Steampunk.
Seams Historic — (UK) Medieval through 19th century reproduction clothing for reenactors, museums, theater, etc.
Smoke & Fire — Specializes in colonial and early 19th century items: men’s & women’s clothing; shoes & boots; hats; accessories; etc. Carries their own line of 18th c. patterns, plus: Costume Connection • Eagle’s View • La Fleur de Lyse • Folkwear • JP Ryan • Kannik’s Korner • Mill Farm • Moi Randall • Patterns of History • Period Impressions • Period Patterns • Rocking Horse Farm.