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    Jane Austen

    Let's hear it for the Janeites! All things Jane Austen. Dresses, movies, styles, regency heroes, oh, yes, and books! Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion. Also regency styles, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1817.

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    Regency Lady @Sharon Macdonald Lathan - the miniature in the necklace looks like the picture on the cover of The Passions of Dr. Darcy :) And the lady is definitely Abigail Reynolds' cover art for Mr. Darcy's Obsession

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    Papers Written about Regency Dances.


    Jane Austen. I love this quote. So fun!

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    Fabulously Floral Cakes Wedding Cakes Spalding Lincolnshire | A Jane Austen Birthday Cake based on Mansfield Park

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    Jane Austen: Giving women unrealistic expactations since 1811. Traducción: Jane Austen: Da a las mujeres expectativas poco realistas desde 1811.

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    There’s a bit of comedy discipline in the school room

    Thomson and Barrie: Quality Street

    Wedding Dress of Princess Charlotte of Wales,1816. "Prior to Queen Victoria, royal brides traditionally wore silver. Queen Victoria chose a white dress to show off the white lace she wanted to include, which Prince Albert liked."

    Regency Wedding Dresses and Later Developments in Bridal Fashions

    Aren't these leather bound Jane Austen books pretty? I found out about these editions from @thebookorder colourful account! Check it out if you like beautiful books!✨

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    RAEBURN SIR Henry (1756-1823) ~ Justina Camilla Wynne, Mrs Alexander Finlay of Glencorse (1785 - 1814)

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    A chaise was a light horse-drawn pleasure carriage, with two or four wheels and a folding hood. Typically, it carried one or two people. Click here for further information about types of carriage.

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    Phaetons were a fashionable vehicle of choice in the Regency, they had large rear wheels, and a bench over the front wheels.

    A selection of Georgian Coaches

    Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Landau – A four-wheeled fancy carriage with a hood in two pieces that could be fastened overhead or opened up like a convertible, which made it a favorite for warm weather. With a raised seat in front for the coachman, it accommodated four passengers with double seats facing each other. The landau was usually pulled by four horses, but two could be used.

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    Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Phaeton – The Regency version of a sports car. A light, fast, fashionable four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses, usually driven by the owner rather than a coachman.

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    Robert Jacques François Lefèvre, Portrait of two Elegantly Dressed Ladies, detail

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    GAHH!! Finally! #JJFeild as Major John Andre in Turn: Washington's Spies, Season 2. Premieres April 13, 2015.

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    Items Which May Have Been Found On A Georgian Gentleman’s Desk These items are nearly all in the collection of Number 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. A pierced silver coaster circa 1767 holds an English glass decanter circa 1780. A ‘Wax Jack’ for melting sealing wax circa 1790 would have sealed the gentleman’s letters. His ‘Flint Lock Tinder Box ‘ would have created the flame to light the candles. www.fredericacard...

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    chart of 19th century minuet dance steps

    Two Nerdy History Girls: August 2009

    The Cloakroom, Clifton Assembly Rooms (19th century) by Rolinda Sharples. Helps one to visualize the Assembly rooms in "Persuasion".

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    Persuasion. This looks like the point when Anne was persuaded to turn down the young Wentworth.

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    PRIDE and PREJUDICE by AUSTEN which I did get from my lovely niece Jennifer. It is as pretty as the picture. I'll leave this up for soyla and sarah

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    Pride and Prejudice

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