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    Detail of wedding gown worn by Mary Elizabeth Williams on the event of her marriage to George Hammond Lucy, 2 Dec 1823. National Trust, Killerton. White silk with applied vine leaves and grape bunches on bodice.

    Extant Regency Spencer from Karen Augusta

    Jacket (Caraco) Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk

    Spencer, Underbodice and Skirt: ca. 1815, Spencer and skirt cut velvet with piping and wrapped buttons in hussar style, silk satin underbodice. "This is a short jacket with long, tight-fitting sleeves that covered the hands, called Spencer jacket. A high-waisted skirt of the same fabric. It took its name from England's Earl Spencer (1758-1834), who wore this kind of jacket. The Spencer was fashionable from the 1790s to the 1820s."

    Tröja (Sakord) Historik: Användning: 1810 - 1820 (uppskattning)

    Tröja (Sakord) Historik: Användning: 1810 - 1820 (uppskattning)

    1812, Escocia

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    eighteenth century muffatees - Google Search

    From Collection, Ceredigion County Council, Wales, Museum collection

    Digitalt museum: "Tröja eller kofta i 1700-talsmodell med långt skört. Av randigt hemvävt halvylletyg i korskypert med oblekt linvarp täckt av inslaget i entrådigt ullgarn."

    regency shortgown

    Women's thigh-length Short Gown from the late 18th century could have served as a loose-fitting maternity garment. 1985-242. Colonial Williamsburg

    Museum of London. Bedgown of ivory silk twill, lined with silk. The garment is quilted in ivory silk thread in an all over diamond pattern with a scroll pattern border. It is hip length and constructed of a simple t-shape open down at the centre front. Date 1731 AD - 1740 AD

    Textiles (Clothing) - Dress (Short gown) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

    Inkwell Inspirations: Historical Fashion Series-Regency

    At the Sign of the Golden Scissors: Kicking the "Caraco"

    Jacket in chintz, skirt in wool damask, 1750-1800. MoMu, Antwerp. || 18th-century maternity wear? Hope so, 'cause that would be so awesome.

    The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots

    Late 18th century Caracao in cotton with stomchers front

    Rear view, caraco and petticoat, The Netherlands, 1780-1800. Light blue silk damasque, blue linen lining.

    Dutch Silk Caracao 1770s A very fresh looking and simple striped Caracao.  Ask for photos of the inside which is beautifully worked with some panels of silk brcocade showing to centre back and under arms.

    This silk jacket shows many of the sewing techniques mastered by tailors in the 1700th c.