1810's WEDDING DRESSES - ΝΥΦΙΚΑ ΤΗΣ ΔΕΚΑΕΤΙΑΣ ΤΟΥ 1810
1811 evening gown - I don't know why but I feel like this would inspire such an amazing wedding dress...
Wedding ensemble, "Journal des Dames," 1813.
While few dresses have survived the 200 years since the Regency Era, Princess Charlotte's silver wedding dress of 1816, still exists. Princess Charlotte of Wales, born Charlotte Augusta on 7 January 1796 – 6 November 1817, was the only child of Princess Caroline of Brunswick, and George, Prince of Wales who later became King George IV.The Museum of London recently exhibited this gorgeous creation. This elaborate gown in silver lace, called "net" in those days, lays over white silk and cut in the
Brown red silk dress. The subsequent highest assessor inside Stellwagen, for Thomsen, bar probably dress for her wedding in 1816. (National Museum)
Dress of Princess Charlotte Copyright held by Queen Elizabeth II The Museum of London is exhibiting this court dress of Princess Charlotte, c. 1814- 6. The train is very like that depicted on an engraving of Princess Charlotte's wedding dress. The dress is shown with satin slippers.
1810 - Dress and jacket by white striped brocade with an inside cotton belt bearing the inscription: “wedding dress of the Riv. Jones King of Mrs. A. Aspasia King, a native of Smyrna about the year 1810 written by me, her daughter Mrs. Claudia B. Lasell, Athens,Greece www.texmedindigit...
Ivory silk taffeta gown worn by Anne Catherine Spurck of Chillicothe, Ohio at her wedding on July 4, 1817. Ohio Historical Society's collection
Princess Charlotte's wedding dress, 1816. White silk net, embroidered in silver strip, trimmed with silver lace. Museum of London collection