Patterns for Stockings Early 19th c

Patterns for Stockings
Early 19th c

Embroidered Double Fichu 1830s

Embroidered Double Fichu
1830s

Ramoneur Caracao 1810

Ramoneur Caracao
1810

Ackerman's Regency Prints c 1805

Ackerman's Regency Prints
c 1805

Ladies Riding Waistcoat c 1800

Ladies Riding Waistcoat
c 1800

Pineapple Shape Workbag c 1800

Pineapple Shape Workbag
c 1800

 Heidelhoff Lithograph 1810

Heidelhoff Lithograph
1810

Thomas Crewe Dodd  c 1800

Thomas Crewe Dodd
c 1800

Man's Stock Early 19th c

Man's Stock
Early 19th c

Waistcoat 1820-30s

Waistcoat
1820-30s

Rare Regency Beret c 1810-20

Rare Regency Beret
c 1810-20

Short Detachable Sleeves 1810-20

Short Detachable Sleeves
1810-20

Girl's Detachable Sleeves 1810-20

Girl's Detachable Sleeves
1810-20

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English & European Dress 1800 - 1837

The Regency period from George IV's coronation to William IV's. Jane Austen's flimsy white embroidered or printed dresses often made from Indian export fabrics. Bonnets, shoes, reticules and accessories; Stays, petticoats and stockings. Gentlemen's suits, embroidered waistcoats, and accessories. Children's dresses and accessories might be included in this section.