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  • Belinda Lang as Martha Brett wearing an apricot gown decorated with embroidered flowers and beading in the episode "The King Shall Not Die" of the 1987 series "The Bretts."
    • ITV

    The Bretts: The King Shall Not Die

    1987

    Costume seen on Belinda Lang as Martha Brett

  • Debra Beaumont as Emma Casson wearing an apricot gown decorated with embroidered flowers and beading in the 1992 series "The House of Eliott."
    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1992

    Costume seen on Debra Beaumont as Emma Casson

  • Shebah Ronay as Jessica Armstrong wearing an apricot gown decorated with embroidered flowers and beading in the 1994 series "The House of Eliott."
    • BBC

    The House of Eliott

    1994

    Costume seen on Shebah Ronay as Jessica Armstrong

  • Emma Fielding as Eleanor Bing wearing an apricot gown decorated with embroidered flowers and beading in the episode "Speedy Death" of the 1999 mini-series "The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries."
    • BBC

    The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries: Speedy Death

    1998

    Costume seen on Emma Fielding as Eleanor Bing

  • Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley wearing an apricot gown decorated with embroidered flowers and beading in the 2014 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2014

    Costume seen on Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley

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About the Costume

This beautifully detailed gown was first seen in 1987 on Belinda Lang as Martha Brett in the episode of The Bretts entitled The King Shall Not Die. It was seen twice in The House of Eliott, first on Debra Beaumont as Emma Casson in 1992, then again on Shebah Ronay as Jessica Armstrong in 1994. In 1998 it appeared on Emma Fielding as Eleanor Bing in an episode of The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries entitled Speedy Death. Finally, in 2014 it was worn by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley in Downton Abbey

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About the Costume

This beautifully detailed gown was first seen in 1987 on Belinda Lang as Martha Brett in the episode of The Bretts entitled The King Shall Not Die. It was seen twice in The House of Eliott, first on Debra Beaumont as Emma Casson in 1992, then again on Shebah Ronay as Jessica Armstrong in 1994. In 1998 it appeared on Emma Fielding as Eleanor Bing in an episode of The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries entitled Speedy Death. Finally, in 2014 it was worn by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley in Downton Abbey

This beautifully detailed gown was first seen in 1987 on Belinda Lang as Martha Brett in the episode of The Bretts entitled The King Shall Not Die. It was seen twice in The House of Eliott, first on Debra Beaumont as Emma Casson in 1992, then again on Shebah Ronay as Jessica Armstrong in 1994. In 1998 it appeared on Emma Fielding as Eleanor Bing in an episode of The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries entitled Speedy Death. Finally, in 2014 it was worn by Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith Crawley in Downton Abbey

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  • Val Metheringham

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  1. If I remember correctly, that was the only scene in which Belinda Lang wore that piece, and it was the very first episode. That’s why I suspect it must date further back than 1987. I’m still looking out for it!

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Costume Commentary

  1. If I remember correctly, that was the only scene in which Belinda Lang wore that piece, and it was the very first episode. That’s why I suspect it must date further back than 1987. I’m still looking out for it!

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  1. If I remember correctly, that was the only scene in which Belinda Lang wore that piece, and it was the very first episode. That’s why I suspect it must date further back than 1987. I’m still looking out for it!

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