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Sunday 9 September 2012

Ladies and Gentlemen...

This blog is the virtual shop window of my Blue Mars emporia, which are to be found in Caledonia and Beach City. In these shops you will find a selection of menswear both historical and contemporary, and many designs of ladies footwear. A small sample of the above are shown here:

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I also supply jewellery in the form of rings, weapons in the form of swords for both genders, ladies apparel, men's accessories, hair, items of furniture and decoration. The lady who wishes to exude a certain style, the gentleman who is particular about the authenticity and quality of his garb, the military gent, the louche habitue of clubs and the upright pillar of society should, one and all, feel that their needs are perfectly catered for at Mako Magellan's delightful and surprising establishments.

Thursday 27 January 2011

Gentleman's Walking Cane

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A walking cane for the slightly risque gentleman. This cane is in ebony and brass, and features a cast brass handle moulded for the gentleman's delectation in the comely figure of Venus. What better companion for the man of Mars?

Friday 31 December 2010

A sword for the ladies

It seems that the Regency Court Sword I introduced recently has been drawing as much attention from the ladies as it has from the men, if not more. It is for that reason that I now offer a ladies version. It is to be found in the back window, near the ladies shoes. Note that the rather more mobile hips of the gentler sex may cause a bit more mesh interpenetration during walking.

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Tuesday 28 December 2010

A Regency-style court sword

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It was customary for gentlemen, both military and civilian, to carry swords in the 18th century. The swords had become ceremonial in purpose, were light and intended to decorate rather than to defend. This is a design based very closely on court swords of the period, with a small coquille and very thin blade. It is supported by straps attached to a belt (not rendered, as it could interfere with clothing) which would be hidden under a waistcoat.