Drawstring purse with tassels, Anonymous, c. 1798 - c. 1810 ~ not quite as simple as it appears on first glance :)

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Reticule van gele zijde met een spitse punt, waarop in veelkleurige zijde bloemen zijn geborduurd, voorzien van vier donkerbruine koorden en een schuifring, anoniem, ca. 1795 - ca. 1805

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Kleine buidel van beigekleurige tule, met aan de voor- en achterkant meegeweven goudkleurige kralen, anoniem, ca. 1800 - ca. 1815

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Painted silk bag, octagonal, Probably American, about 1800

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White striped pocket made up of four triangular pieces with cotton braid and tassels on seams and tassel at the bottom. Cotton braided drawstring, United States, ca.1800

Bag (USA), ca. 1800

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Morning Dresses, December 1801, Gallery of Fashion

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Bag. American, early 19th century. New England, USA. Silk, pigment / painting - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. 9 1/2" x 8 9/16"

Bag | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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"reticule 1800-15 cotton american"

Reticule | American | The Met

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Morning Dress, December 1800 by Ann Frankland Lewis

Dames a la Mode

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Spencer: ca. early 1800's, cotton, linen, silk. unusual collar

Damenspenzer - SKD Online Collection

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Erreur 404 - Document non trouvé

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mourning hats, from Fashions of London and Paris, 1805

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An unknown young woman Object: Miniature Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (painted) Date: ca. 1800 (painted) Artist/Maker: Knight, Mary Ann, copyright V

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Mrs. Robert Shurlock (Henrietta Ann Jane Russell, 1775–1849) and Her Daughter Ann by John Russell, 1801 England, the Met Museum

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1808 Costume Parisien 861

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Various hats and bonnets, "Fashions of London and Paris," English, 1802.

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Bonnets at the Bath Fashion Museum

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"London Head Dresses" (1803) - "Hats were purchased at millinery shops, but could easily be modified and updated at home with new ribbons, lace, flowers, feathers, and other ornaments. Hence the frequent publication of fashion plates of hats, especially in the less expensive publications, like this one, which would have provided the middle class lady with ideas on updating her bonnets and caps."

Hats – June 1803 | CandiceHern.com

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1801-1802

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Bonnet (image 2) | France | 1805-1810 | silk, chenille | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 43.1579

Bonnet

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Fashion plate for 1809

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Robert, Ernst Friedrich F. Invent 1875/1302 1805, Martha Christine Robert

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c. 1805| Centraal Museum Utrecht

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Slippers 1805-1810

Slippers | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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1808 French Fashion Plate

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