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1816 Costume Parisien. Hat of silk. Redingote of merino (wool) trimmed with squirrel (fur).

1813, La Belle Assemble. English Regency. A luxurious Opera Pelisse with ermine fur trimming.

1812 Costume Parisien. Dress and manteau (train) trimmed with marten (fur).

1813. Velvet fichu trimmed with fur. It would take a good bit of mink to recreate this one...

1810-1812 dress, probably Spanish, made of piña cloth The Metropolitan Museum of Art C.I.46.17

1804. Costume Parisien. "Chapeau de Velours. Douillette de Satin." Hat of velvet; overcoat (or quilted coat) of (silk) satin. Also a strikingly short hem for early Regency, and a cute bonnet with a long lace veil. The coat is trimmed with either white fur or feathers (swansdown or something else).

Cotton Pelisse with Shell Buttons, England, c.1820, National Gallery of Victoria

Fur Trimmed Winter Ensemble with Plumed Velvet Hat, Giant Fur Muff & Fur Lined Satin Slippers - (Note the skaters slipping and sliding in the background!) - Paris, France - 1814

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Edwardian Fashion c. 1914