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Regency Period 1800-1820

Regency Period 1800-1820

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Dress ca. 1818

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Household Book for a Regency era woman

Create a Household Book | Jane Austen Centre

Regency 1810 #historical #costume

Dress owned by Charlotte Perkins. :: Connecticut History Online

Dress 1800

Jane Austen

Black velvet court dress, 1810-20' Christies

As the first decade of the 1800's progressed, pointed toes rapidly gave way to rounded ones, and heels disappeared almost completely. Although materials continued to became plainer, colors proliferated. Existing Regency shoes are in lavender, pink, and robin's-egg leather, and many pale colors in satin. This shoe is made of green leather with blue-green silk ribbon trim and ties. It is the classic shoe of the Regency: simple, reminiscent of a ballet slipper, with a rounded toe and virtually n...

Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion: Footwear

Elegant his and hers 1815 hunting ensembles on display at the Kyoto Costume Institute.

Dress ca. 1800-05 From Cora Ginsburg LLC

1804-05 French Evening Dress - V&A

1804-05 French Evening Dress-front small

1800 - 1815

AM collectie online

1812 striped dress | V&A Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close 'plain' knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work.

Dress | V&A Search the Collections

Evening dress Date: 1805–10 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Accession Number: C.I.X.646

Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Circa 1810 Child's hand-embroidered Regency dress.

1930s Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2818 Floral chiffon dress

Wedding dress, French, circa 1810. Cotton muslin with cotton embroidery.

antique hat & box

1810 cross-front gown from "Cut of Women's Clothes"

1810 Regency Gown - Threads


Maternity Dress of Louise, Queen of Prussia c.1800 Via Epoch...

Gold silk dress with matching Spencer jacket, circa 1805

Gallery of early vintage clothing at Vintage Textile

English country dance

c. 1805 reproduction


Taffeta gown worn by Anne Catherine Spurck of Chillicothe, Ohio at her wedding on July 4, 1817. Collection of the Ohio Historical Society

1815 Pelisse Generally full length and followed the typical Empire silhouette.