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Regency England

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.

Regency England

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Dress with Apron: ca. early 1800's, dress of glossy wool, apron of mull with woven flowers.

Temaer - Nationalmuseet

Hairstyles and head-dresses for balls and fancy dress events, World of Fashion, February 1847.

Early nineteenth century playing cards.

The Neckclothitania, a satirical pamphlet from the early 19th century, detailed methods of tying cravats

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.

Pelisse and dress (c. 1818) Cotton lawn.(England) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

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Regency Fashion

An Overview of Men's Fashion During the Regency

Late Regency men's fashion

Dress: ca. 1820, British (silk)

Dress | British

Regency gown. This must have been a court dress or ball gown. - Museum items for Sale

Jane Austen household recipe book

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

Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections

Regency Bodiced Petticoat

Regency Bodiced Petticoat

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.

Evening dress

Evening dress | probably British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dearborn Historical Museum gowns | ... tricot, pink fringe and cord, circa 1810, England, museum purchase

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

Dress, ca. 1810

Digitalt Museum - Kjole

Dress ca. 1801-04 and shawl, early 19th century Fripperies and Fobs

Fripperies and Fobs

Dress 1805, Mde of muslin and cotton (Grecian Regency)

Manchester City Galleries - Search the collection

Gown, ca. 1803; BMFA 22.665

Formal dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Suit 1795, Made of silk taffeta

Dressing Gown Date: ca. 1802 "No lace, Mrs. Bennet! No lace!"

Dressing gown | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1810 - 20 Dress

Dress | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art