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  • Dan Stevens as Edward Ferrars wearing a rust waistcoat in the 2008 mini-series "Sense and Sensibility."
    • BBC

    Sense and Sensibility

    2008

    Costume seen on Dan Stevens as Edward Ferrars

  • Cover of the 2009 edition of the novel "The Glassblower" by Laurie Alice Eakes.
    • Heartsong Presents

    The Glassblower

    2009

    Costume seen on the cover of a Laurie Alice Eakes novel

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This waistcoat was first spotted in the 2008 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility where it was worn by Dan Stevens in the role of Edward Ferrars. A year later, it was used on a book cover in Laurie Alice Eakes’ 2009 novel The Glassblower. Interestingly, the cover uses the image directly from the mini-series Sense and Sensibility, and there was very little alteration done to disguise the actor beyond a change in hair color.

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About the Costume

This waistcoat was first spotted in the 2008 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility where it was worn by Dan Stevens in the role of Edward Ferrars. A year later, it was used on a book cover in Laurie Alice Eakes’ 2009 novel The Glassblower. Interestingly, the cover uses the image directly from the mini-series Sense and Sensibility, and there was very little alteration done to disguise the actor beyond a change in hair color.

This waistcoat was first spotted in the 2008 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility where it was worn by Dan Stevens in the role of Edward Ferrars. A year later, it was used on a book cover in Laurie Alice Eakes’ 2009 novel The Glassblower. Interestingly, the cover uses the image directly from the mini-series Sense and Sensibility, and there was very little alteration done to disguise the actor beyond a change in hair color.

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  1. Edward Ferrars’ picture was also taken to illustrate the cover of a novel by Rita Gerlach, “Surrender the Wind” (2009). This is just pathetic.

  2. In fact, the paisley waiscoat that appeared in “Sense and Sensibility” is a costume recycled many times. The ones I am aware of are:

    J. J. Field as Frederick Garland in “The Shadow in the North”.
    Luis Guzmán as Jacopo in “The Count of Monte Cristo”.
    Chris Gorell Barnes in the “Regency House Party”

    And I suspect that it is also worn by Johnny Lee Miller as George Knightley in “Emma”, but I’m not a 100% sure…I added pictures, if someone has the same suspicion…

  3. The girl behind Dan Stevens in the cover of “The Glassblower” seems to be a photoshopped version of this promo picture from “The Twilight Saga”, with Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan… They removed one the the arms and added the purple glass… And I have the suspicion that’s also another head…

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  1. Edward Ferrars’ picture was also taken to illustrate the cover of a novel by Rita Gerlach, “Surrender the Wind” (2009). This is just pathetic.

  2. In fact, the paisley waiscoat that appeared in “Sense and Sensibility” is a costume recycled many times. The ones I am aware of are:

    J. J. Field as Frederick Garland in “The Shadow in the North”.
    Luis Guzmán as Jacopo in “The Count of Monte Cristo”.
    Chris Gorell Barnes in the “Regency House Party”

    And I suspect that it is also worn by Johnny Lee Miller as George Knightley in “Emma”, but I’m not a 100% sure…I added pictures, if someone has the same suspicion…

  3. The girl behind Dan Stevens in the cover of “The Glassblower” seems to be a photoshopped version of this promo picture from “The Twilight Saga”, with Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan… They removed one the the arms and added the purple glass… And I have the suspicion that’s also another head…

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  1. Edward Ferrars’ picture was also taken to illustrate the cover of a novel by Rita Gerlach, “Surrender the Wind” (2009). This is just pathetic.

  2. In fact, the paisley waiscoat that appeared in “Sense and Sensibility” is a costume recycled many times. The ones I am aware of are:

    J. J. Field as Frederick Garland in “The Shadow in the North”.
    Luis Guzmán as Jacopo in “The Count of Monte Cristo”.
    Chris Gorell Barnes in the “Regency House Party”

    And I suspect that it is also worn by Johnny Lee Miller as George Knightley in “Emma”, but I’m not a 100% sure…I added pictures, if someone has the same suspicion…

  3. The girl behind Dan Stevens in the cover of “The Glassblower” seems to be a photoshopped version of this promo picture from “The Twilight Saga”, with Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan… They removed one the the arms and added the purple glass… And I have the suspicion that’s also another head…

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