Food History Jottings: Pride and Prejudice - Having a Ball
early 19th C | lost in Austen
Dress, E. Honnet, Paris, ca. 1895-1900. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)
Bodice of a dress owned by Marie-Antoinette and sent to a member of her court living in England after her death, third quarter 18th century, fashion and textile museum in Norwich, England.
1800-1807 Dress ivory cotton with floral block printed design, linen lining. Red, brown, green floral print on an ivory ground.
XIX - XX century fashion
The Regency table (of the upper classes) laid for a dinner party. A recreation by food historian Ivan Day, Historic Food, http://www.historicfood.com/portal.htm
Food, Drink, and Dining in the Georgian Era
The back of the bus in Mississippi (1954). Photo by Bern Keating
Historical | Richard Jenkins Photography
Living with Clans and Castles: Balnagown Castle, Seat of Clan Ross
Cheapside 1813, East India House left. Regency shopping - At this time merchants serving the rich began to move into the Mayfair area but Covent Garden, Cheapside and Fleet Street were still havens for shopping.
Regency - Houses / Architecture / Buildings
A Marie Antoinette Inspiration