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Museum of London print; hand coloured engraving - London Head Dresses,May, 1800
1800 #Museum of London
London Head Dresses, May 1800. Hand-colored engraving. Museum of London.
London Head Dresses,May, 1800 | Museum of London
Hats, Fashion Plates, Regency Fashion, Regency Era, History Fashion, Historical Fashion, Bonnets 1805, Regency Stuff, 1800S
Bonnets 1805 Richard Phillips
Fashions of London and Paris, Head Dresses, October 1805.
October 1805, Dresses Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Plates, Historical Hats, Historical Fashion, Head Dresses, Tops Hats, Basic Black
damesalamode: Fashions of London and Paris, Head Dresses, October 1805. Proof that basic black doesn’t have to be boring! My favorite is actually the little tiara on the bottom right!
[I love the top hat styles] Fashions of London and Paris, Head Dresses, October 1805.
Hats and head dresses, Fashions of London and Paris, October 1805.
Shoe. Leather and linen. France, circa 1800.
Regency Shoes, About 1800, 1800 1835, 19Th Century, 1800 1819, Vintage Shoes, 1800 S, 1800 1820, Leather Slippers
Leather slippers with linen lining, French, c. 1800.
shoes 19th century france | Shoe. Leather and linen. France, circa 1800.
Cotton gloves 1800
Net Cotton, Cotton Gloves, 1800 Fashion, Fashion History, 1800 Cotton, 1800 S Fashion, Regency Fashion, Gloves 1800, Fashion 1800S
One of a pair of white netted cotton gloves. 1800 (circa) National Trust Collections
1800 cotton gloves
1806-1811. This pair of women's shoes was probably designed to be worn with a walking dress. By the beginning of the 19th century more practical footwear for both men and women was in demand, though fashion had to be taken into account as well. The woman’s shoe is very similar in style to the man's velvet shoe with which it is shown. Both have a low wedge heel, round toe and latchets tied well over the instep.
The Women, Low Wedges, Man Velvet, Wedges Heels, Round Toe, Woman Shoes, Women Shoes, Womens Shoes, Velvet Shoes
Pair of shoes | V&A Search the Collections
Shoes ca. 1800-1810 via Manchester City Galleries
Boots 1800S, 1800S Manchester, Cities Galleries, 180010 Shoes, 1800S Accessories, 1800 1810, 1800 1820, Manchester Cities, 1800 S
Boots 1800s Manchester City Galleries
omgthatdress: Shoes ca. 1800-1810 via Manchester...
ca. 1800 Smocks used to protect one's clothing while undertaking messy household chores rarely survive from early America. This rare example of a woman's everyday work clothes is made of the blue and white checked cloth that was also commonly used for women's aprons and men's shirts. The several stains and patches suggest the hard use such garments saw;
Fashion Places, Check Patterns, Work Clothing, Households Chore, Men Shirts, Check Clothing, Messy Households, Women Aprons, 1800S
ca. 1800 by style. Similar apron at Old Sturbridge Village in the Textiles & Firearms display. This is the most common check pattern in the Connecticut River Valley, found from CT thru MA into NH. Prevalent to the east as well, so suitable for RI and Bay Colony.
Digital Collection -Smock
Spencer 1807-1810 The Victoria & Albert Museum
Fashion Front, Silk Taffeta, 1807 1810, Dresses Taffeta, Taffeta Dresses, 1800S, 1807 Fashion, 1800 S, 1800 1820
Silk taffeta dress and spencer jacket, V&A Museum, 1807-1810.
Spenser and dress taffeta c. 1807 Fashion front in Detail 17-18th
Jacket (Spencer) Date: 1804–14 Culture: British (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Charles Rand Kennedy, 1946 Accession Number: C.I.46.83.3
Met Museums, Woman Fashion, Silk Spencer, 18001820, Fashion Plates, Shorts Jackets, Spencer Jackets, Woman Style, Metropolitan Museums
Spencer Jacket circa 1804-1814. Probably my favorite piece from this period and one item I would have had a lot of different versions of was the spencer. It was a short jacket worn by both men and women and inspired by the military wear of the time; it ended at the waistline, which for women was just under the bodice. They were usually a contrasting color from the rest of the garments and worn both indoors and out.
1810 womens fashion plates | Jacket (Spencer) Date: 1804–14 Culture: British (probably) Medium ...
Silk spencer. Met museum 1804-14
Spencer Date: ca. 1800 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 10 in. (25.4 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Trust Gift, 1991 Accession Number: 1991.239.2
Met Museums, 1800 Fashion, Regency Era, Shorts Jackets, C 1800 French, 1800 1859 Fashion, 1800S, 1800 S, Metropolitan Museums
White silk spencer with black trim and tassel. Met Museum
Spencer 1800 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Spencer Jackets “Spencers” were popular outerwear of the early 19th century. The short jackets were worn for extra warmth with the fine, gauzy fabrics that were the fashion of the day. Named after the Earl of Spencer, the garment originally began in the late 18th century as a men’s garment, but its practicality soon turned it into a popular woman’s item, often worn with a matching underskirt.
Spencer, c. 1800, French, silk
Easter Bonnets, 1802 Bonnets, Jane Austen, Austen Dresses, Austen Era, 1800S, 1800 S, 1800 1820, Bonnets Tops
1802 Bonnets Top left hand one ..bit like mine
Easter Bonnet history Easter Bonnets and the tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter is a part of an English tradition dating back to the late 16th century.
Jane Austen era fashion...
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1808: The jockey caps are back (they likely didn't disappear, I just don't have an 1807 fashion plate with them), more colorful and intricate than before. Then crowns start getting deeper and the cap-like hats can be brimless, with front brims, or with all-around brims
Costumes, Costume Parisien, 1808 Costume, 1800S
Bonnets 1808 Costume parisien
1805-1806: "Jockey cap" bonnets and long, straight brim bonnets are the rule.
Fashion Vintage Prints, Vintage Fashion, Blue Bonnets, Fashion Plates, Costume Parisien, Parisian Costumes, 1805 1806 Costumes, Bonnets Style, 1800S
1805-1806: "Jockey cap" bonnets and long, straight brim bonnets are the rule. The blue bonnet with white trim was recreated for me by Sandi James for the 2012 Jane Austen Festival in Bath
Summary of bonnet styles, 1800-1812. Current plate, 1805-1806: "Jockey cap" bonnets and long, straight brim bonnets are the rule.
Costume Parisien - 1805
Reticule Date: ca. 1801 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length: 23 5/8 in. (60 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Stella Jolles Reichman, 1980 Accession Number: 1980.445.18
1801Cultur Frenchmedium Silk, Bags Reticule, Regency Reticul, Regency Fashion, Small Handbags, Drawstring Bags, Regency Accessories, 1800 1810, Small Bags
Reticules and indispensibles were small handbags often with a drawstring at the top.
A reticule is a small bag that a woman would carry around with her to hold her things (fan and dance card) because the dresses had no pockets.
Bag (Reticule) Date:ca. 1801Culture:FrenchMedium:silk, metal
1630 drawstring bag from England. Materials:silk, glass, wood, leather
Shoes, 1805-1810. Manchester Art Gallery.
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Shoes, 1805-1810. Are these dance shoes
Blue shoes, always a favourite. Shoes, 1805-1810.
Manchester City Galleries item 1947.935 1805-10 Dark blue silk with woven square pattern. Bound with blue silk ribbon over linen. Round toes. Round fronts with blue silk bow and ribbon ankle ties.
1810 shoes | Shoes, 1805-1810. Manchester Art Gallery.
1802, Costumes Parisiens. Turbans, and a "peasant" vest on Figure 4.
French Fashion, 1800 1805, Fashion Plates, Regency Fashion, Photo Shared, Parisian Costumes, 1800 1810, Costumes Parisians, 1800 1820
M5053MA_MODX05X00026_L_2 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Headdresses an10, Costumes Parisiens.
Costume Parisian 1801-02 from the collection of the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs, on flickr by SceneInThePast
English fashion plates from 1802, and French fashion plates from Year 10 (1801-1802) of the French Republican Calendar. All images come from the collection of the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs.
Shoe. Silk, silk ribbon, silver sequins, linen leather. France or England circa 1809.
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Blue silk brocade slipper with silk ribbons, ruching and cockades with sequin embellishment, French or English, c. 1809.
American silk turban1800-10
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Silk turban 1800–1810, American - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.
Braided Straw Hat with Open-Work Edging, Early 1800s.
Straws Bonnets, Ears 1800, Straws Hats, 1800S Hats, Weaving Silk, 1800S Fashion, Silk Ribbons, Braids Straws, Poke Bonnets
Straw Bonnet, MFA Boston, early 1800s
Braided straw trimmed with plain weave silk ribbon
Bonnet American, early 19th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Evening shoes ca. 1800-1810 via Manchester City Galleries
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1800-1810 divine slippers
Shoes 1800-1810 Manchester City Galleries