Dress 1818, American, Made of cotton (Gothic Regency)~~~~~ By 1811 in Britain, influence of the Middle Ages, termed Gothic crept into dress styles debasing the pure classical lines. The bodice gained more shaping and could be panelled. It was not cut as tight and narrow as in the first decade of the century, so it made the shoulder line broader and the dress more comfortable to wear. Met Museums, Dresses Style, Fashion Dresses, Prints Cotton, Dresses 1818, Cotton Dresses, Historical Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Metropolitan Museums
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Fashions of London and Paris, London Head Dresses, October 1802. That little teeny-brimmed white bonnet on the left is adorable!
Bonnets, 1802 fashions of London and Paris
Fashions of London and Paris, London Head Dresses, 1802. #Regency #1800s #hats #headdress
Evening dress Date: ca. 1795 Culture: probably British Medium: cotton, silk
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1795 Cotton, silk embr Evening dress-back view-British-Met
Back view of cotton, silk British evening dress circa 1795. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
c. 1795 dress made of cotton and silk, probably British, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (back)
Cotton Muslin Dress. 1806
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1806 Cotton muslin dress. Sarah Elizabeth Ellison wore this dress when she married James Adger in Winnsboro, SC, in 1806.
Muslin regency gown with whitework embroidery and Van Dyke points at the sleeves and hem
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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress
Dress 1805 The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Overdress ca. 1800–1810. Sheer Cotton; Wool Embroidery. French. Overdress of natural sheer cotton with polychromatic wool embroidery: very narrow bodice (2.5"); straight drawstring neckline closure at center front; narrow band of embroidery along neckline and shoulder; evidence that sleeves may have been removed from band at shoulder; center front opening skirt gathered into empire line waistband; narrow band of embroidery along sloped skirt hem. Fine arts museums of San Francisco
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Embroidered overdress | de Young / Legion of Honor | c. 1800-1810
Dearborn Historical Museum gowns | ... tricot, pink fringe and cord, circa 1810, England, museum purchase
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Dearborn Historical Museum gowns | ... tricot, pink fringe and cord, circa 1810, England, museum purchase 1800s Jane Austin period
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Patterned regency dress, 1802, France
A sprigged gown, 1810 Costume parisien
Aurore 1809-1813 Silk Taffeta dress with long sleeves and wrists edged in Alençon lace. France Shawl in black silk tulle with multicoloured appliqué in silk, velvet and gold leaf, circa 1810. France Collection M. Lancaster & C. Barreto
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Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion Exhibit
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Evening dress (white silk w/gold trim), German?, c. 1800
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Evening dress (white silk w/gold trim), German?, c. 1800 http://www.amazon.com/The-Time-Baroness-ebook/dp/B004VGVSJ6
1805 White cotton regency gown
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1805 White cotton regency gown - the kind a good Jane Austen girl might wear. (Thanks to Stonefinder for the pin.)
I love this Ball Dress, Russian, Early 1800s. Regency Era
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Ball Dress Russia. 1800s Cambric and golden metal thread; embroidered. L. 136 cm Reminds me of Jane Austen
1800 Ball Gown
Beautiful regency evening dress, 1800
Silk dress, 1790-1815. Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil.
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Elena - Day Dress
Museu Textil i d'Indumentaria | Silk dress, 1790-1815. Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil.
Evening dress, 1790-1815 Fripperies and Fobs
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poke bonnet. Early 19th century.
Totally a Jane Austen moment...
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Dress (back) Date: ca. 1802 Culture: Spanish Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: (bodice) Length at CB: 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm) (skirt) Length at CB: 43 3/4 in. (111.1 cm)
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Dress, ca. 1802, Spanish. Silk and metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. C.I.51.74.1
c1802 Dress, back, Spanish. Metropolitan Museum.
Dress (back) Date: ca. 1802 Culture: Spanish Medium: silk, metal
Spanish silk & metal dress, ca. 1802 (rear view)
Evening dress worn by the Countess of Palfi, date missing (1810’s?), Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau Malmaison
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Evening dress worn by the Countess of Palfi, date missing (1810’s?), Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau Malmaison.
Spencer: ca. early 1800's, cotton, linen, silk. unusual collar
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Museum für Sächsische Volkskunst silk and cotton Inventory Number B 664
Damenspenzer SKD Museum Inventory Number B 664
[Possibly Melanie] Rose pink striped cotton and silk spencer, early 19th C.
Regency dress c.1805
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Fortune - Day Dress
This is a beautiful embroidered regency gown in the Cora Ginsburg 2011-2012 catalog. You can find more of her antique, museum-quality textiles--and a front view of this dress--at http://coraginsburg.com/catalogues/2011-12/CoraGinsburgCatalogue2011.pdf
Regency dress, circa 1805.
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CREWEL EMBROIDERED DRESS French, ca. 1805, from the Cora Ginsburg catalog, 2011
1810 Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections
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Regency dress c1810
Evening dress, ca. 1810, England, By 1810, brightly coloured and embroidered silks were as popular as white cotton and muslin for women's evening dresses. John Heathcote's bobbinet machine, patented in 1809, enabled fine net to be easily produced in wide widths for dresses, which could be hand-embroidered to achieve individual and attractive effects. Net dresses were worn with underdresses of plain silk, sometimes white, or in a matching colour.
Evening dress 1810
Dress - 1804-14 - French - silk, piña - 11.60.214
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I love 1800s dresses
French Dress. Made1804-1814. Silk .
Evening dress 1804-14 of silk and piña, French, with pineapple and holly leaf embroidered design. - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.
Dress, 1810, Czech Lands
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Christie's A FINE WHITE MUSLIN GOWN, CIRCA 1800-1810
Band, Decoration, 1800S
drawstring waist-women-simple flat-front gown with short, puffed sleeves, very high waist and double drawstring closure at back center, the only decoration consisting of several bands of tucks to the hem
Dress and shawl. , ca.1800-1808,Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
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Japon, ca. 1800-1808, mousseline met knoopjes- en plumetisborduursel, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
Dress, ca. 1805, French, cotton, wool, metal. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. (More pictures of this dress are available on the museum's website.)
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From Sarah Ladd: French, c. 1805. Made of cotton, wool, and metal. The fabric is thin but during the Regency era it was not uncommon for gowns to be made of thin materials. A dress like this would have been worn over at least three more layers of clothing/undergarments: 1. Chemise (linen/cotton garment closest to the skin) 2. Corset/Stays (worn over the chemise) 3. Petticoat (or several petticoats depending on the weather) So this dress, although thin, would have been completely modest.
Dress (image 1) | French | 1805 | cotton, wool, metal | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2012.89
Dress 1805 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
:: Crafty :: Sew :: Clothing ~ Dress ~ Date: ca. 1805 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool, metal
Dress Date: 1810 Culture: American Medium: cotton
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Regency dress 1810
American cotton dress from 1810 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Unsure about closure in the back.
“Full dress” was the most formal kind of dress in a Regency Lady’s wardrobe. Full dress was worn for the most formal occasions — evening concerts and card parties, soirees, balls, and court occasions. “Evening dress” referred to outfits suitable only at evening events, but was a specific subset of “full dress”.
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Love!! Jane Austen Regency Dress
Regency gown (think Jane Austen)
Gallery of early vintage clothing at Vintage Textile Neoclassical silk evening dress with metallic trim, c.1800.
Neoclassic silk evening gown with metallic trim, 1800 In the Jane Austen era
Regency Era evening dress.