Technically 1811-1820, when the Prince Regent ruled for batty old King George, but in the grander scheme of things can encompass the years 1795-1813.
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Hairstyles and head-dresses for balls and fancy dress events, World of Fashion, February 1847.
1840 S Fashion, 1840 1849, 1847 Fashion, 1840 1850, 1840'S Fashion, Fashion Plates, February 1847, 1840S Fashion, 1800S
Fashion Plate - World of Fashion - February 1847
1847 fashion plate, hairstyles and necklines
The Neckclothitania, a satirical pamphlet from the early 19th century, detailed methods of tying cravats
Men Clothing, Costumes, Tie, Neckcloth, Regency, Ties, Men Fashion, 18Th Century, Custom Shirts
How to #tie a... #scarf? #men #fashion
General - Regency Neckcloth different ways of tying cravats
Neckcloths adopted many bizarre forms with equally amusing names. 18th century.
Cravats- Forgotten Neckwear
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.
Indecent Exposure, Princesses Dresses, Egyptian Princesses, Latest Fashion, Hats Projects, Princess Dresses, Nineteenth Century, Embroidered Pictures, Gauze Fabrics
Fashion, François Gérard, Regency Era, Artists Jeanbaptist, Jeanbaptist Isabey, Daughters, Francois Gerard, Jeans Baptiste Isabey, Portraits
(Jean Baptist Isabey Miniaturist with his Daughter - by François Gérard)
We Make History: An Introduction to Gentlemen's Fashions of the Regency Era (Lots of pictures.)
"Jean Baptist Isabey, Miniaturist With His Daughter", Francois Gerard, 1795
Gerard, Francois Pascal Simon (1770-1837) - 1795 Portrait of the Painter Jean Baptiste Isabey with his Daughter (Louvre, Paris)
An Overview of Men's Fashion During the Regency
Late Regency men's fashion
Gentleman Clothing, Regency Romances, 1820-1840 Clothing, Men Fashion, Men'S Fashion, Regency Men, 1800S Clothing, 18201840 Gentleman, 1820 1840
Late Regency men's fashion, lots of shapes and ideas!
Gentleman's Clothing, 1820-1840
Regency Romance World: Nineteenth Century Late Regency Romance Era Fashions Worn By Men
Dress: ca. 1820, British (silk)
1800 1829, 1820S, Metropolitan Museum, 1820 S, 1820 Culture, Circa 1820, 1820 1830, 1800S, 1800 S
Dress Date: ca. 1820 Culture: British Medium: silk
Metropolitan Museum of Art, item no. 1971.242.1a–e, c1820, British, silk dress.
Dress | British
Regency gown. This must have been a court dress or ball gown.
"Madame de Bittencourt’s Regency Era costume ball gown, 1910." In 1910, costume parties were highly fashionable, and women dressed in past era clothing. This is an antique dress made to look one hundred years older.
Edwardian Fashion, 1910, Costumes, Ball Gowns, Regency Gowns, Vintage Fashion, Dresses, Historical Clothing, Regency Era
AntiqueDress.com - Museum items for Sale
Jane Austen household recipe book
Jem Book, Households Book, Cooking Book, Book Favoriteaustenmo, Households Recipe, Recipe Books, Old Recipes
Cake Cook Book for a Regency era woman
Jane Austen household recipe book #FavoriteAustenMoment #DearMrKnightley
Regency period household book
Old Recipe Book
This is what Jem's book looks like except that there a sketches lining the pages
Create a Household Book | Jane Austen Centre
Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: c. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn
Silk Ribbon, 1810, Regency Gown
Regency gown back detail
1810 ca. Back of Evening Dress, British. Empire style, short sleeves, machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn. collections.vam.ac.uk
Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections
Regency era peach silk gown from First Lady Dolley Madison collection. This one is the reproduction of the original which is too frail for display. Greensboro NC museum.
First Ladies Gowns, Fashion, Era Peaches, Regency, Historical Clothing, Dolley Madison, Lady Dresses, Historical Costumes, Lady Dolley
Costumes Collection, Evening Dresses, Embroidered Cotton, British, C 1795, Cotton Embroidered, Embroidered Dresses, Art Costumes, Metropolitan Museums
Evening Dress, ca. 1795, British (probably), cotton, silk. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collection. (Click through for close-up of | http://baby-clothes-469.blogspot.com
Embroidered cotton and silk evening dress, probably British, ca. | http://baby-clothes-469.blogspot.com
Evening dress | probably British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress, ca. 1810
1800 1829, Evening Dresses, 1800 Fashion, Fashion 1810 1820, Historical Fashion, Regency Fashion, Dresses 1810, Fashion 18101820, 1800 1820
Dress 1810 Nasjonalmueet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design
Evening Dress: ca. 1810, hand-woven binding, patterned silk, lined in cotton, embellished in satin ribbon, hand stitching.
Digitalt Museum - Kjole
Dress 1805, Mde of muslin and cotton (Grecian Regency)
Regency Napoleon Era, Regency Dresses, Dreams Wedding Dresses, Collection Display, Regency Era, Era Gowns, Jane Austen, Regency Gown, Manchester City
The Jane Austen era: Regency gown
Regency Era gown romantic
Dress ca. 1805-1810 via Manchester City Galleries..... This would be my dream wedding dress!!!!
1805-10 Regency Dress. High waisted, light and floaty. manchestergalleries.org
Manchester City Galleries - Search the collection
Gown, ca. 1803; BMFA 22.665
Formal Dresses, 1800 1805, Regency Era, Historical Fashion, Historical Clothing, Fine Art, 1800S, 1800 S, Regency Dress
Regency Era - Formal gown, French, 1800-1805. "White cotton gauze on which is a powdering of small floral sprays and a border design composed of vine and a modified Greek fret worked in a chain stitch with fine red and white wool." MFA Boston.
Formal dress. French, 1800–05. Cotton gauze, embroidered with wool and cotton - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
1800 1805 http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/formal-dress-67396
Regency dress 1800-1805
Formal dress French, 1800s
Formal dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Suit 1795, Made of silk taffeta
Century Coats, Civilian Clothing, Eighteenth Century, De Bellevue, Bauduy De, Pierre Bauduy, Breech Worn, Collections Mohistory Org, Century Silk
Eighteenth Century Coat, Waistcoat and Breeches Worn By Pierre Bauduy de Bellevue | collections.mohistory.org
Eighteenth century silk taffeta coat, waistcoat & breeches as worn by Pierre Bauduy de Bellevue.
Dressing Gown Date: ca. 1802 "No lace, Mrs. Bennet! No lace!"
French Linens, Regency Fashion, Regency Era, Historical Clothing, Linens Dresses, Regency Clothing, Metropolitan Museums, 1802 French, Dresses Gowns
French linen dressing gown 1802 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1802 french linen dressing gown
Dressing gown | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1810 - 20 Dress