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Historic Preservation

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An Edwardian Era Antique Aquamarine and Diamond Long Ring circa 1910 The ring features a navette (marquise) cut aquamarine (

Edwardian Jewelry | Antique Aquamarine Rose Diamond Ring

Weddings During the Regency Era - Jane Austen Centre

Weddings During the Regency Era

Costume Parisien 1813 Lady wears a redingote playing shuttlecock

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1796 open robe

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Ladies voucher for Almack's - used with kind permission STG Misc. Box 7 (Almack's Voucher), © The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA

Regency History: A genuine Almack's voucher

Published by Aaron Martinet a fashionable couple play with a shuttlecock, watched by a couple and a man drinking at a table. c.1802 Battledore was originally the name given to a wooden bat used for beating clothes during washing in England.

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Dress, 1805-1810, At the beginning of the nineteenth century, whitework became the favored embellishment for fashionable Grecian-style gowns, the latest fashion, with low necks and high waists. The neo-classical design at the skirt's center front echoes the delicate swags on embroidered pictures, while the sheer gauze fabric (which required a solid color underdress to avoid indecent exposure) recalls the floating train on the Egyptian princess's dress in Ruth Green Barber's Moses picture.

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1910's American chemise.

Chemise | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Circa 1800 lady's bonnet.

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Trimming Regency Bonnets

Trimming a Regency Bonnet – Ideas & Instructions

Charing Cross, 1811: Regency England - London Street Views - Ackermann's Repository

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Ball gown, Italian (?), ca. 1869. Ivory-colored linen, with printed coral branches, bordered in red satin and black lace. Photo: Antonio Quattrone. Collection Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti

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18th Century Shoes [ being more familiar with shoe details might translate better to the book cover than clothing details but a decorative book arts book doesn't get the wear a shoe does so I can go for a few more delicate details ]

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Hand-carved ivory “necessaire,” 1808. A well-heeled person in 1808 might have used a necessaire similar to this one for personal grooming. It is hand-carved from ivory with a dog on the tip and includes a tooth brush, tooth picks, nail file, and a tiny ear wax spoon.”

Retronaut - 1808: Personal grooming kit

Bonnets, 1809 costume parisien

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Sense and Sensibility costumes

Exhibition Techniques: Creating Wigs (Part II)

1866 sheer dress, Summer WC, approx 1866 muslin bodice with embroidery, muslin skirt with vertical belt of green silk taffeta skirt to match the pattern. Typical silhouette 60s - wide crinoline skirt on, high waist.

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Regency era garnets. English, 9k yellow gold, flat cut garnet and seed pearls necklace with closed back settings

Bohemian garnets information : Morning Glory Jewelry

Dress, 1775-80 From the National Trust

Fripperies and Fobs

Late 19th C. French carriages: From the Top in French: Chaise, Palanquin, Litière (English = litter), Traineau (English = sleigh), Vélocipède, Tilbury, Cabriolet (English = gig), Cab, Coupé, Phaéton, Dog-Cart. Break, Victoria, Landau, Calèche (English = open carriage), Berline, Omnibus, Tramway (English = street-car), Corbillard (English = hearse).

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Gladman & Womack - 1885

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1860 dress

1860's Fashion 1 | Women's Look | ASOS Fashion Finder


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