changing silouette

changing silouette

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IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS  Just a close up of the back and front of this great beaded dress.  Dress, ca 1910, Silk

IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS Just a close up of the back and front of this great beaded dress. Dress, ca 1910, Silk

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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

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

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Georgie Lee - Writing to the Sound of Legos Clacking: The Middle Class in Regency England

Georgie Lee - Writing to the Sound of Legos Clacking: The Middle Class in Regency England

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Lush Magazine fall issue  “Marie Antoinette”  photography by Bernard Tartinville

Lush Magazine fall issue “Marie Antoinette” photography by Bernard Tartinville

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'Farewell' - See this 1800 drawing by Adam Buck Ashmolean Museum The theme of separation by a sea voyage was common during & after the Napoleonic wars when many young men left home for the Royal Navy.

'Farewell' - See this 1800 drawing by Adam Buck Ashmolean Museum The theme of separation by a sea voyage was common during & after the Napoleonic wars when many young men left home for the Royal Navy.

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Vegetables Served at Regency Dinners. via suzilove.com

Vegetables Served at Regency Dinners. via suzilove.com

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Food History Jottings: Pride and Prejudice - Having a Ball

Food History Jottings: Pride and Prejudice - Having a Ball

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John Clarke as a Boy, by George Beare, 1743. Boys were dressed in skirts until they were "breeched"(put into breeches anywhere from age 4 or 5 to 7 yrs) but the toys and hat show that this child is definitely male. :) Note: Click on image and scroll to see more Beare paintings

John Clarke as a Boy, by George Beare, 1743. Boys were dressed in skirts until they were "breeched"(put into breeches anywhere from age 4 or 5 to 7 yrs) but the toys and hat show that this child is definitely male. :) Note: Click on image and scroll to see more Beare paintings

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Living with Clans and Castles: Balnagown Castle, Seat of Clan Ross

Living with Clans and Castles: Balnagown Castle, Seat of Clan Ross

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