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A pink silk Regency ball gown sewn entirely by hand and embellished with pearls, smocking, gathered lace, ribbon cockades, and ribbon rosettes. Sewn by Edelweiss Patterns.

I Could Have Danced All Night…

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Collection of English Original Watercolour Drawings Ann Frankland Lewis probably 1792 LACMA Collections Online

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Does anyone know what collection this gorgeous piece is in?!

  • Lisa Emond
    Lisa Emond

    The link says the Museo del Traje, which is a Spanish museum

Sold by Christies - Court Dress: ca. 1810-1820, velvet trimmed with metallic lace throughout, slightly trained.

pelisse from Napoleon : The Empire of Fashion

Regency Redingote, Details, French, 1818-1820m silk

Redingote | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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1820's pelisse, Springhill Costume Collection

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Silk Dress -- 1818-20 -- French -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

Redingote | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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History in my Wardrobe: The Regency Pelisse

History in my Wardrobe: The Regency Pelisse

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Silk dress (Redingote) 1818-20, French - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Redingote

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“This gown used to be white before I was called into battle and bathed in the blood of my enemies.” | 24 Fierce Gowns That Scream World Domination

24 Fierce Gowns That Scream World Domination

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Pelisse coat, 1820. This is the quintessential women's outerwear garment of the early 19th century. Due to the nature of the fashions of the time, the pelisse had to be very fitted and tailored to better cover the insubstantial textile of the gowns underneath. Therefore they tended to be very fashionable and follow the lines of Empire dress.

Pelisse | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Pelisse, ca. 1820. Probably American. Silk. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Pelisse | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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From Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion

Great sleeve treatment.

Regency Ballgown Sleeves

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How to Make a Bodiced Petticoat from the Regency Gown Pattern -Sense & Sensibility Patterns

1820 Copper Evening Dress -bodice & sleeve Deconstruction of gown details.

Deconstruction: 1820 Copper Evening Gown

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The pelisse has 140 grams of glass beads on it and - I would guess - about 30 metres of rouleaux piping.

Muslin evening dress 1812-1815. Embroidered with single strands of very fine silk, the stalks are embroidered in silver gilt thread. from http:/...

Lining of cotton Spencer- c 1815 (It doesn't have to match! Leftover scraps were often used for lining.)

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What incredible detail on this spencer jacket! It is so detailed, in fact, that the sleeves almost look reminiscent of a reptile... Maybe a little over-the-top?

A Fashionable Frolick: September 2011

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La Belle Assemblee, Austrian Hat and Pelisse, December 1815.  VERY ornate!  Like an Austrian palace…

Regency ball gowns | 1820t23-2006AH0856 , originally uploaded by Lady W .