Dress 1810 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress 1810 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Dress Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Block-printed cotton, lined with linen, faced with glazed cotton, hand-sewn

Tulle overdress, 1800-10. Centraal Museum Utrecht.

A surviving mourning gown from about 1810 made of black net over a silk slip. Probably worn for evening dinners.

Regency? Era breastfeeding dress [Ампир | 151 фотография | ВКонтакте]

Nice site on bib-front Regency dress. "Extant gown, c. White cotton with…

HISTORICAL 1930 GLAMOUR DRESSES

Vintage Fashion: VALENTINA SILK EVENING SKIRT, Unlabeled & bought at Valentina Schlee's personal estate sale Christie's East, tan silk illusion long open-front skirt w/ CF laced waistband, full length tan silk slip w/ braided narrow straps, W L

This listing is for an individually-sized paper Regency Stays pattern. These patterns are appropriate for corsets from 1800-1820's, for Regency, Empire, and Napoleonic eras. This long stays pattern al

Regency Stays Pattern -- Individually Sized Paper Pattern

Regency Stays Regency Corset White Cotton Ready to Ship Historical Undergarment Underpinning Jane Austen Empire Napoleonic Style Corset

French cotton Tucker.  ca. 1820   Precursor of the modern brassiere, this tucker was worn as a modesty piece under the sheer cotton empire line dresses of the early 19th century.

Tucker, cotton, French, c. "Precursor of the modern brassiere, this tucker was worn as a modesty piece under the sheer cotton empire line dresses of the early century." "BIB AND TUCKER"

Early 19th century dress made with embroidered black net.

A Regency Ball Gown 200 Years Ago: April, 1812

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