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  • Alison Elliott as Virginia St. George wearing a white and black Victorian dress with purple detailing in the 1995 mini-series "The Buccaneers."
    • BBC

    The Buccaneers

    1995

    Costume seen on Alison Elliott as Virginia St. George

  • Amanda Hale as Mrs. Agnes Rackham wearing. white and black Victorian dress with purple detailing in the 2011 mini-series "The Crimson Petal and the White."
    • BBC

    The Crimson Petal and the White

    2011

    Costume seen on Amanda Hale as Mrs. Agnes Rackham

  • Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning wearing a white and black Victorian dress with purple and burgundy detailing in the 2012 series "The Paradise."
    • BBC

    The Paradise

    2012

    Costume seen on Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning

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About the Costume

This beautiful Victorian gown was likely made for the 1995 television mini-series The Buccaneers, where it was worn by Alison Elliot as Virginia St. George. Sixteen years later, the 2011 television mini-series The Crimson Petal and the White recycled the dress for the role of Mrs. Agnes Rackham, played by the actress Amanda Hale. The last known sighting of this beautiful dress was in the television series The Paradise in 2012 where it was worn by Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning. Additional trim has been added to give the gown some color.

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About the Costume

This beautiful Victorian gown was likely made for the 1995 television mini-series The Buccaneers, where it was worn by Alison Elliot as Virginia St. George. Sixteen years later, the 2011 television mini-series The Crimson Petal and the White recycled the dress for the role of Mrs. Agnes Rackham, played by the actress Amanda Hale. The last known sighting of this beautiful dress was in the television series The Paradise in 2012 where it was worn by Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning. Additional trim has been added to give the gown some color.

This beautiful Victorian gown was likely made for the 1995 television mini-series The Buccaneers, where it was worn by Alison Elliot as Virginia St. George. Sixteen years later, the 2011 television mini-series The Crimson Petal and the White recycled the dress for the role of Mrs. Agnes Rackham, played by the actress Amanda Hale. The last known sighting of this beautiful dress was in the television series The Paradise in 2012 where it was worn by Elaine Cassidy as Katherine Glendenning. Additional trim has been added to give the gown some color.

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