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  • Rosalind Ayres as Christabel Carstairs wearing a black coat with brown, orange, and tan embroidery in the episode "The Head of Caesar" of the 1974 series "Father Brown."
    • ITV

    Father Brown: The Head of Caesar

    1974

    Costume seen on Rosalind Ayres as Christabel Carstairs

  • Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott wearing a black coat with brown, orange, and tan embroidery in the 1994 series "The House of Eliott."
    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1994

    Costume seen on Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott

  • An extra wearing a black coat with brown, orange, and tan embroidery in the 1997 film "Mrs. Dalloway."
    • BBC Films

    Mrs. Dalloway

    1997

    Costume seen on an extra

  • Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley wearing a black coat with brown, orange, and tan embroidery in the 2013 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2013

    Costume seen on Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley

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About the Costume

This unique embroidered coat has been around for quite some time. It was first seen in an episode of Father Brown entitled The Head of Caesar in 1974 on Rosalind Ayres as Christabel Carstairs. It was seen again in a 1994 episode of The House of Eliott worn by Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott. Next, it was seen on an extra in the 1997 film Mrs. Dalloway. Lastly and most recently, it was worn in the 2013 fourth season of Downton Abbey by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley.

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About the Costume

This unique embroidered coat has been around for quite some time. It was first seen in an episode of Father Brown entitled The Head of Caesar in 1974 on Rosalind Ayres as Christabel Carstairs. It was seen again in a 1994 episode of The House of Eliott worn by Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott. Next, it was seen on an extra in the 1997 film Mrs. Dalloway. Lastly and most recently, it was worn in the 2013 fourth season of Downton Abbey by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley.

This unique embroidered coat has been around for quite some time. It was first seen in an episode of Father Brown entitled The Head of Caesar in 1974 on Rosalind Ayres as Christabel Carstairs. It was seen again in a 1994 episode of The House of Eliott worn by Louise Lombard as Evangeline Eliott. Next, it was seen on an extra in the 1997 film Mrs. Dalloway. Lastly and most recently, it was worn in the 2013 fourth season of Downton Abbey by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
  • Julia Spicer
Costume Designer:
  • Unknown

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