You can find a collection of period creations throughout time here. Some are replications of original pieces, while others are recreations of fashion drawings, but the vast majority are created from a mix of both brought together by Anthony Canney's mind. This tends to be were Anthony has the most fun. Given a set of regulations and several puzzles pieces, he has to find a way to fuse them together in a cohesive manner that looks as though it could have existed in the given time. His work and styling's have been compared to that of Charles Frederick Worth, the first fashion design from the nineteenth century.
Keep in mind the clothing shown here is only a SAMPLE of all the work the has been created by Anthony. The vast majority of his work can be found in the 1800's section where a large selection of Civil War era attire is represented.
"Having been born and raised in Savannah Georgia, history is something I grew up along with. My parents began reenacting when I was nine, this was around the time Glory was filmed here, and my mother made her first civil war style gown and participated in the large street welcome home scene. I tried my hand at a civilian vest only a few years later and then moved onto a full suit. however I did not learn the true values of my skills until I made the first period gown for my mother as a christmas gift, it was a replica of a Charles Frederick Worth gown from 1855 from a paper doll book. when she opened the box she fell into tears. Although this was far from my best work I learned what reactions I could get from my work. Since then I threw myself into research and looking at original work. I love being able to make clothing that looks as though it could have stepped out of a museum."