Peter Robinson's Tailor-Made Garments
Renowned for Reliable Furs and Artistic Tailor-Made Garments.
Smart Fur Blouse, New Model, Our Exclusive Design.
- In Natural Blue Musquash, 7 1/2 Guineas.
- In Seal, Dyed Musquash, 8 1/2 Guineas.
- In Imitation Seal, Best Selected Skins, 5 1/2 Guineas.
- In Natural Blue Grey Squirrel, 9 1/2 Guineas.
- In Bright Black Caracul, 5 1/2 Guineas.
Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery a Specialty.
The "Nubia" superior tailor-made coat, high-class Cutland finish, made in our workrooms. The favor of a visit in a variety of tweeds, also black and navy cheviot serge, sleeves and body lined silk.
The Favor of a Visit is Respectfully Solicited.
Price From £3 18 6
Cunard Daily Bulletin: Fashion & Pleasure Resort Supplement, Liverpool: Cunard Steam Ship Company, Ltd., 1906.
Peter Robinson's of London - 1907
Peter Robinson's establishment on Oxford Street, London offered exquisite Blouses for the discriminating woman of means. Elegant Women's fashions in lace, for evening and daywear in the early 1900s.
Peter Robinson's Oxford St. "The Blouse Beautiful."
- No. 1. Fashionable Evening Blouse, with Sequin Berthe, lined Glace. In Black only. Price 35/9.
- No. 2. Stylish Semi-Blouse, with handsome Jet Yoke, &c., lined Silk. In Black only. Price 39/6.
- No. 3. Smart Dressy Blouse, with Sequin Yoke, trimmed Lace. In Black only. Price 29/6.
Renowned for Reliable Furs.
Costumes for All Occasions.
Mantles, Gloves, and Hosiery.
A Visit is Respectfully Solicited.
Peter Robertson's - Oxford Street - 1908
Peter Robinson's -- Experts in the World of Fashion - Women's Fashion Boutique
An Overseas Invitation
England bids America welcome to her Greatest Dry Goods Store.
Every Trans-Atlantic visitor to London this season is cordially invited to pay a visit to our world-famous establishments -- inspect the newest fashions always in evidence here -- and take full advantage of the amenities our store affords.
There is no obligation, whatever, to buy and our assistants -- who are at your service always -- will render quick, courteous and intelligent service.
We specialize in Mantles, Frocks, Tailor-made Suits, Shirt-Waists and other femininities; and -- this is worth noting -- we make a great specialty of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Haberdashery.
Peter Robinson's -- Oxford Street & Regent Street, London
The Finest Couturiers in Europe.
Our delightful establishment is the rendezvous of the elite of fashion from all parts of the world.
Exclusive and Artistic Creations in Perfection of Taste and Refinement.
Day or Evening Gowns, Mantles, Furs, Lingerie, Millinery, Blouses, Gloves, Etc.
Ladies visiting London should not fail to call at this Renowned Regent Street House, where the full amount is allowed for American Dollar Notes and Coinage, the American Express Co.’s Travelers’ Cheques being accepted at their indicated face values.
Cunard Daily Bulletin: Ivernia, Wednesday, 22 July 1908, p. 28
England bids America welcome to her Greatest Dry Goods Store
Every Trans-Atlantic Visitor to London This Season is cordially invited to pay a visit to our world-famous establishments—inspect the newest fashions always in evidence here—and take full advantage of the amenities our store affords.
There is no obligation, whatsoever, to buy and our assistants—who are at your service always—will render quick, courteous and intelligent service.
We specialize in Mantles, Frocks, Tailor-made Suits, Shirt-Waists and other femininities; and—this is worth noting—we make a great specialty of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing and Haberdashery.
Cunard Daily Bulletin: Mauretania, Saturday, 17 June 1911, p. 26.
Fashionable Shoes at Peter Robinson - 1905
Maillot Expansible Corset - 1908
Brief History of Peter Robinson's
Peter Robinson (1804–74) opened a drapery on Oxford Street in 1833. By 1840, he had opened a mourning store at 250–264 Regent Street and increased his store space in Oxford Street by buying up nearby shops, so by 1850 he was able to create a department store which was known for selling fashionable ladies clothes and accessories.
Brief History of Peter Robinson's is an Excerpt from Peter Robinson (1867-1930) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Robinson-17206.
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