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Interior of the Antrobus travelling chariot at the National Trust Carriage Museum at Arlington Court ©National Trust Images/Mark Bolton

Travelling in style

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Dress for Kate Winslet as 'Marianne Dashwood' - 1995 - Sense and Sensibility - @~ Mlle

The Glenbow Museum

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Dinner Dress 1855-59

Dinner dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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#Woman's Cream Silk Gown ca. 1800-1810 line dresse #2dayslook #new #llinefashion www.2dayslook.com

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The good fortune and comforts of Regency living were not extended to those in service. The basement is a vast space laid out for the needs of the working environment and incorporates some spartan living accommodation for the servants. The family employed between eight and twelve servants who were given food and accommodation as part of their wages. Some would live in the attic bedrooms and above the stables, even in hallways.

Servants' quarters | The Regency Town House

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1817 carriage pelisse

George Goodwin Kilburne. The Visitor

Illustration for Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, by Anna & Elena Balbusso

English fashion plates from 1802 and French fashion plates from Year 10 (1801-1802) of the French Republican Calendar. All images come from the collection of the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs. www.lesartsdecora...

English fashion plates from 1802, and French fashion plates from Year 10 (1801-1802) of the French Republican Calendar. All images come from the collection of the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs. www.lesartsdecora...

English afternoon dress, Autumn 1800 :: Fashion Plate Collection, 19th Century

Dress with apron, 1801 :: Fashion Plate Collection, 19th Century

Dress with apron, 1801 :: Fashion Plate Collection, 19th Century

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Afternoon dress, Winter 1800 :: Fashion Plate Collection, 19th Century

Parasol. 1850s. French. Silk, Ivory. Total length: 27"

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