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Clothing: 1800s

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Captain and Mrs Edmund Burnham Pateshall, William Armfield Hobday, 1810; Scarborough Museums and Gallery SMG.1981.36

Jean-Baptiste-Jacques Augustin French 1759–1832 Portrait of Empress Josephine (Portrait de l’impératrice Joséphine) Empire period (1804 –15) watercolour and gouache on ivory.

Hair arranged to one side at the back. Charles Berny d’Ouvillé, Woman in red, 1810

Beautifully arranged hair. KARL JOSEF RAABE (GERMAN, 1780-1846)A young lady, in white muslin dress with two layers of valenciennes lace bordering the square neckline, red crochet sash, tartan wool shawl, gilt pendant earringsigned and dated 'J. Raabe p: 1823' (lower right)

Curls around the face and at the back. Top hair confined in bands. Portrait de Mademoiselle de Bussy-Rabutin par Jean-Antoine Laurent 1763-1832. Diamètre de la miniature: 7cm

Walking Dress 1810

Young man by an unknown artist, c. 1800, from the book The Tie.

Regency Hairstyle | Jane Austen's World

White muslin evening dress with scarf. 1800-1810 - Victoria and Albert Museum

George Chinnery, RHA (British, 1774-1852) - Dr John Macwhirter (c.1780-1853), wearing black coat, white waistcoat, frilled chemise and tied cravat. Gilt-mounted rectangular papier-mâché frame; together with a portrait of George Mercer (1772-1853), wearing green coat, white waistcoat and cravat, English School, circa 1810, similarly framed. Oval, 78mm (3 1/16in) high (2)



981, 1809 bonnets

Close up - 1800 white work Embroidered Cotton Dress. The waist is as high as it can go, and the neckline generously reveals the bosom.