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Beautiful lace Fichu from the 19th century. A fichu is a large, square kerchief worn by women in the 18th century to fill in the low neckline of a bodice. The fichu was generally of linen fabric and was folded diagonally into a triangle and tied, pinned, or tucked into the bodice in front.

Beautiful lace Fichu from the 19th century. A fichu is a large, square kerchief worn by women in the 18th century to fill in the low neckline of a bodice. The fichu was generally of linen fabric and was folded diagonally into a triangle and tied, pinned, or tucked into the bodice in front.

I like the use of late 18th century to early 19th century fonts to complement the advertisement for this moonshine.

I like the use of late 18th century to early 19th century fonts to complement the advertisement for this moonshine.

Early 18th Century Pendant. On the Front: 'IN MEMORY OF  Besty Robinson  Obt 3rd Octr 1809  AE 28 Yrd's   Affectionate Wife,  Mother and  Friend' On the back: dual hearts, eternity knot of hair and the words: 'The union of hearts constitutes our happiness'   (the website does a good job explaining the importance of the mourner that began in the 18th century)

Early 18th Century Pendant. On the Front: 'IN MEMORY OF Besty Robinson Obt 3rd Octr 1809 AE 28 Yrd's Affectionate Wife, Mother and Friend' On the back: dual hearts, eternity knot of hair and the words: 'The union of hearts constitutes our happiness' (the website does a good job explaining the importance of the mourner that began in the 18th century)

Knitting pattern of women's wool mitts for 17th, 18th, and 19th century re-enactors and museum interpreters.

Knitting pattern of women's wool mitts for 17th, 18th, and 19th century re-enactors and museum interpreters.

English And Scottish Dress, 18th Century. [Illustration created in the 19th century by  Albert Kretschmer (1825-1891)].  Printed on border: "Scotch: 11. Lady of rank ; 12. Highland gentleman."

English And Scottish Dress, 18th Century. [Illustration created in the 19th century by Albert Kretschmer (1825-1891)]. Printed on border: "Scotch: 11. Lady of rank ; 12. Highland gentleman."

Wybrand Hendriks  Interior with Wife Mending Socks and Husband Sleeping  Early 19th century

Wybrand Hendriks Interior with Wife Mending Socks and Husband Sleeping Early 19th century

[English and Scottish dress, 18th century.] - ID: 811980 - NYPL Digital Gallery. Painted 19th century.

[English and Scottish dress, 18th century.] - ID: 811980 - NYPL Digital Gallery. Painted 19th century.

Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen         These items are nearly all in the collection of Nº 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today. However Box irons were filled with coals and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons.

Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen These items are nearly all in the collection of Nº 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today. However Box irons were filled with coals and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons.

FREE BOOK yeah I said FREE BOOK!! Black London: Life Before Emancipation by Gretchen Gerzina (1995) A glimpse into the lives of the thousands of Africans living in eighteenth century London. Download PDF Read online More information more FREE BOOKS from lascasbookshelf.tumblr.com ||| Publisher’s Blurb ||| Gerzina has written a fascinating account of London blacks, focusing on the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Because of a paucity of sources from blacks themselves

FREE BOOK yeah I said FREE BOOK!! Black London: Life Before Emancipation by Gretchen Gerzina (1995) A glimpse into the lives of the thousands of Africans living in eighteenth century London. Download PDF Read online More information more FREE BOOKS from lascasbookshelf.tumblr.com ||| Publisher’s Blurb ||| Gerzina has written a fascinating account of London blacks, focusing on the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Because of a paucity of sources from blacks themselves

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