Did you know that not only has the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries exhibition at Rippon Lea Estate been extended to 1 December 2013 (due to popular demand) but also that photography is now permitted?!
Well, WE didn’t! At least, not until we looked it up today (for the first part) and not until we arrived there (for the second part)!!
To explain, my younger sister and her fiancé are visiting from interstate for the weekend and, having seen my previous post on Rippon Lea and being a Miss Fisher fan, asked if we could visit Rippon Lea today.
Had I but known photography was now allowed we would definitely have taken proper cameras – instead, these are pics from Stephen and my iPhones. Apologies for the quality, but I hope you enjoy them all the same if you are unable to attend the exhibition for yourself.
Costumes in the ballroom
Dress with bustle
Black & White oriental coat
An image of the crew filming – love the blue shoe covers
One of Aunt Prudence’s costumes
Black & pink dresses in room with hats
Green & Red coat
Clasp on green & red wool, sequin & feather/fur coat
The coat from the boxing episode with the material from Italy
Close up of italian coat
Close-up of Jane’s costume
Multi-coloured winter coat with white fur trimmings & accessories
Close-up of multi-colour winter coat
Coats and hats
Close-up of cuff detail
Close-up of Dot’s costume
About Dot’s costume
Dot’s dressing gown
Dresses in the dining room
Cock-fighting dressing gown
Hats displayed on dining table w white dress & cape
Jane wears this in the Christmas special…doesn’t she?
Jane’s costume in children’s room
Leopard spotted hat
Letter from Murdoch Foyle
Phryne costume & body
DI Jack Robinson’s costume
My favourite photo of Phryne
Original belts and buckles from the 1920’s
An original bedspread from the 1920’s
Original lace used for Aunt Prudence’s nightie
Dr Mac’s costume
People looking at Dot’s costume at top of stairs
Phryne in the hallway
Phryne in the window – excellent use of natural lighting