1812 Regency Pelisse Coat - Broad Collar
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Escudo Broad Pelisse Collar de 1812. Es similar en línea a la influencia militar Pelisse trenzado.Desde 1818 en adelante las mujeres llevaban una variación vestido abrigo llamado pelliza-robe. Podría ser adecuado para el interior o al aire libre y era esencialmente un frente robusto de fijación del carro, a pie o en vestido de día.
El Pelisse 1800-1850 El Pelisse puede ser un término confuso porque había varias formas en un período de 50 años. La primera forma de pelliza usado desde 1800 hasta 1810 fue un abrigo de línea imperio como prenda a la cadera o la rodilla. Después de 1810 fue usado de longitud completa y era una capa caliente.
13 Broad Collar Pelisse Coat of 1812. It is similar in line to the military influenced braided Pelisse
Broad Collar Pelisse Coat of 1812. It is similar in line to the military influenced braided Pelisse. It was usually fur trimmed, straight in cut, belted at a high waist like the gown and sported a broad cape like collar an influence of military styles. The colours for pelisses were golden brown, dark green and blue. The Pelisse was normally worn over pale gowns which were visible as it was worn open at the front.
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Broad Collar Pelisse Coat, 1812
1812 - Regency Pelisse Coats - Walking Dress.
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Regency Fashion History 1800-1825 Costume History This page is about Empire dress and its influence on C19th Regency Fashion. Using fashion plate imagery, the page follows the changes in the female fashion silhouette from the late 1790s to 1825. The bulk of this epoch covers the era of fashionable Regency Dress, an era beloved by Jane Austen and costume re-enactment fans.
Pelisse Coat ---During this period, military clothing was used as an inspiration for many clothing articles. The pelisse coat is one of these. It was a long fitted coat, set-in sleeves, with an Empire waist. These coats were usually made of silk.
12 pelisse-coats-1805-6 Early Form of Pelisse Coat 1804.Decorated Pink Pelisse Coat.
Regency Pelisse - Philippa Jane Keyworth - Regency Romance Author
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1800-1812 - Regency Pelisse Coats - Walking Dress.
Fur trimmed Pelisse.& Decorated Pink Pelisse Coat
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The Pelisse: 1800 - 1850
Men's coat, c. 1812.
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Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat.
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Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat. Good info about exact years by year changes in fashion details.
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat. Skirt Style 1815 When visitors from Britain returned to France after the 1814 peace treaty they were amazed that fashions were so different. In Paris waists were worn very much higher than in those of Regency England and skirt hems were wider, more A-line, padded and decorated. British fashion soon followed the French lead after the French ridiculed the English dresses in cartoons making them appear very ugly with bulbous tulip round waisted skirts and solid corsetry. Right - Shorter flared styles of 1813 Pelisse Coat and Regency Dress 1814 (Ackermann's Repository).
Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelisse Coat.
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1817 - European and Military Influence in Regency Pelisse Coat Decoration
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1817 - European and Military Influence in Regency Pelisse Coat Decoration and manalouk sleeves..... When sleeves covered the hand they were called à la mamelouk. Image examples here illustrate this extra long sleeve length.
Después de 1808 ornamento españoles figuran en túnicas y apareció como áreas de cortado y las mangas en niveles. Cuando las mangas cubrían la mano se les llamaba a la mameluco. ejemplos ilustran la imagen imagen aquí esta la longitud adicional de manga larga. Adornos, trenzas, cordones, terciopelo y otras dieron aire gallardo alegre para muchos una prenda de vestir, especialmente al aire libre
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(Men's Clothing 1811 - 1812) Wickam was in the military, meaning he must have carried a sword like is man, which would most likely impress Lydia.
Possible inspiration for men's fashion and/or military uniforms.
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Regency man's coat
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Neoclassical gentleman's striped silk coat, c.1805-10. Great site!
Man's striped silk coat. English? c1810. Vintage Textile.
Ca. 1805 - 1810 Neoclassical Gentleman's Striped Silk Coat
Regency gentleman's coat, striped silk, c1805-10.
neoclassical knight coat striped silk, c.1805-10.
Gentleman's striped silk coat, c.1805-10.
Silk coat, c1805-10
orange regency dress
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regency dress made from a kashmir shawl. Empress Josephine of France popularized them.
orange regency dress Simple pearl necklace, amber earrings.
orange regency dress. I think this is stunning!
burnt orange #Regency dress From Pemberley.com
Orange Regency era dress
18a frac estilo del siglo de un lacayo usado en el 18 frac estilo del siglo de un lacayo llevado a la Duquesa de bola de Devonshire, Chatsworth, 1897, de lana beige con cuello de terciopelo, de un solo pecho con diez plateadas Devonshire botones de librea, solapas de los bolsillos grandes, pecho los 97cm, 38in
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A footman's 18th century style tailcoat worn at A footman's 18th century style tailcoat worn at the Duchess of Devonshire's Ball, Chatsworth, 1897, of beige wool with velvet collar, single-breasted with ten silvered Devonshire livery buttons, broad pocket flaps, chest 97cm, 38in
A footman's tailcoat 1897
Regency Silk Cape
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Shaker hooded cape constructed in 18th century manner, c.1830, from the Vintage Textile archives. I WANT ONE!
Regency Silk Cape much like the one I imagined Lily wearing in my coming book, HOW TO PURSUE A PRINCESS (out May 21st, 2013). It's my take on Little Red Riding hood, but with a Regency twist.
Interesting Hood Design.. Shaker hooded cape constructed in 18th century manner, c.1830, from the Vintage Textile archives.
Shaker hooded cape constructed in 18th century manner, c.1830
Coat (Pelisse) Date: ca. 1815
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French silk pelisse (long coat with a raised waist), 1815. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute
Pelisse 1815 French silk. Worth having a look on the Met museum site. yoke is quite simple, pattern is delicate yet overall opulent.
Pelisse, silk, c. 1815, French. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. 1988.390
Coat (Pelisse) 1815 French silk. From the collections of The Metropolitan Museum
[Gwyneth?] French Pelisse ca. 1815, silk. Yum. *zoom* YUM. *zooom*
French Pelisse ca. 1815, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1815 ca. Silk Pelisse, French. metmuseum.org
Pelisse ca.1815 French silk MET museum
Silk Pelisse French c 1815
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Fantastic costume inspiration.[Headless Horseman] Regency cravat, long and of uniform length with squared ends. Wear them with cravat pins to anchor the style. Can also be worn in a bow.
Mr. Darcy would have worn this! A perpetually elegant Regency era cravat. #Regency #1800s #menswear #clothing #historical #costume
Regency Cravat - cravats are so elegant we should revive them - especially with that lovely winged collar
A perpetually elegant Regency era cravat. #Regency #1800s #menswear #clothing #historical #costume Perfection
Grooms Regency Cravat. I love this, so I decided my husband shall wear this on our wedding day! Lol
REGENCY SCARF Victorian Style Ascot Tie Cravat – Ivory Dupioni Silk - 6 inch width
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Dress (Pelisse)1820 Met museum
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grey silk Pelisse (circa 1820) with long sleeves - puffed at the upper arm, empire waist and high standing collar. The bodice front is liberally trimmed with horizonal rows of braiding. The front panel, hemline and sleeve hems are trimmed in matching grey velvet.
A circa 1820 pelisse of American origin. During the Napoleonic Wars women’s fashion began to incorporate many military inspired designs, and the long woman’s pelisse became a staple of Regency fashion.
Silk pelisse with military-inspired braid trim and plush cuffs, hem, and front opening, American, ca. 1820. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A circa 1820 silk pelisse of American origin. The pelisse originated as a short, fur-lined military coat that was worn hanging from the shoulders. The purpose of this coat was supposedly to protect from sword cuts, but it soon became a fashion staple for officers. During the Napoleonic Wars women’s fashion began to incorporate many military inspired designs, and the long woman’s pelisse became a staple of Regency fashion.
c. 1820 pelisse (front view), American, made of silk The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2002.249
Pelisse, 1820, The Metropolitan Museum of ArtDate: ca. 1820 Culture: American Medium: silk
Silk pelisse, American, ca. 1820. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A circa 1820 pelisse of American origin.
Pelisse, ca. 1820, American (probably), silk. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Great historical summary about pelisses on the museum website.)
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Pelisse silk 1820, American. open braiding, almost crochet! gives texture but again self coloured so not too fussy. quite long outer sleeve fitted at head but full lower down, seam is off the point of the shoulder. met museum.
Pelisse, 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.
I gasped! Beautiful detail of braided trim on an American silk pelisse (coat). Ca. 1820
Silk Pelisse, Met Accession Number: 2009.300.629 Ca. 1820
Pelisse - 1820 - (side) The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Empire, Regency pelisse with amazing detail
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Pelisse Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: silk Accession Number: 13.49.18
Pelisse, Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: silk back
Pelisse, ca.1830, British
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Costume Parisien, 1810, From the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs via SceneInThePast flickr. Plate 1101 "Chapeau de Paille. Spencer en Guimpe, Garni de Franges"
1810. Spencer and bonnet. What Lizzy is wearing when Darcy proposes in Death Comes to Rosings
Journal des Dames et des Modes, Costume Parisien, 1810
1810. Green and white. Interesting black bonnet.
1810. Spencer en guimpe - chapeau de paille.
Costume Parisien 1810. Spencer and bonnet.
1810. Spencer and bonnet. FRINGE COLLAR!
1810. Spencer and bonnet. And a book!
Costume Parisien (1101), 1810.
Could be a style worn by both Lady M & Lady D (love the military details) 1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer.
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A spencer coat or jacket is a short, cropped jacket that ended right below the bosom on women and ended at the waistline on men. The Spencer coat would usually contrast the rest of the costume.
The spencer is a short top coat worn over dresses that still emphasize the empire waistline. They were worn for almost any occasion; indoors, outdoors, and evening wear. And they were usually made from silk or wool.
As the fashion for military touches persisted, many Pelisses and Spencers were covered in decorative braids, tassels, frogging and cords, as a result their wearers looked like members of the Hussars. In time, a short jacket similar to a decorated Spencer was called a Hussar jacket.
1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer. As the fashion for military touches persisted, many Pelisses and Spencers were covered in decorative braids, tassels, frogging and cords, as a result their wearers looked like members of the Hussars. In time, a short jacket similar to a decorated Spencer was called a Hussar jacket. You are reading and original Regency Dress Era 1800-1825 Fashion History article by Pauline Weston Thomas at www.fashion-era.com Copyright 2001-9 ©
Spencer coat: a short jacket that ends at waistline; can have long or short sleeves
Pelisse: here you see that women would wear coats that were military inspired.
1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer. Regency fashion site.
1812 - Hussar Jacket - Spencer.
A lady and gentleman, 1812 lady's magazine
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Fashion plate (moustache), England, June 1812
Men's outerwear (including ulster with rounded capes), 1812.
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Costume parisien, 1812. Man wearing blue leather gloves. Three seams on back of hand visible.
Journal des dames et des modes / Costume Parisien: 15 Fevrier, 1812 (1)
* Costume Parisien 1812 Carrick à collets ronds bas à maille coulées
Caped style (Garrick/Ulster) Costume parisien, 1812
Regency Fashion: Men’s Gloves - Regency Reader
A gentleman's redingote, 1812 costume parisien
Very stylish. Costume parisien, 1812
Costume Parisien, 1812. plate 1206
Fashion plate, France, 1812
Blue pelisse, 1810