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Black Victorian waistcoat. One Size. 3-8 Years.

Black Victorian waistcoat. One Size. 3-8 Years.
Black Victorian or Edwardian waistcoat. One Size. 3-8 Years.
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Black Victorian or Edwardian urchin waistcoat costume accessory for kids. 100% polyester. 3-8 years. Costume includes Black waistcoat only. Machine washable see the costume for full details. Wash at 30 degrees. No Bleach. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Do not dry clean. One size costume that works very well will a t-shirt underneath. Handmade in England. A good costume for Charles Dickens school play/show dressing up. The child in the image is eight years old and 128 cm tall.
Charlie Knows

Charlie Knows

Victorian children were sometimes made to go up inside chimneys to clean them and would go to work from a very early age. Book week costume character Bert from Mary Poppins. Our fancy dress costumes are designed for KS2 & KS1. Our Victorian costumes can be used for key stage two KS2 costumed role-play activities. They can be used as part of a storyline to cover the national curriculum and help to give an insight into the lives of children from different social backgrounds.
Play Ideas

Play Ideas

Be Bert the chimney sweep in Mary poppins or a victorian street urchin like oliver twist. Good for school book week and historical days.

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Thanks for the brilliant service and excellent costumes. Review by Helen
Flat cap
My son used this costume for a Victorian street market I turned him into a cockney barrow boy! Great laugh. Tom Review by Tom
Great value
This was bought cap for Oliver Twist for the world book day. Great value for money Review by Nicola Murry
Spot on
This waistcoat was bought for the daughter who was appearing in a play.... It was part of a montage of famous films... the kids did a sketch from Mary Poppins so had to dress as chimney sweeps.... Spot on :)
Review by Mr. Baker

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