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Three George III snuff shoes, late 18th century :

Lot: Three George III snuff shoes, late century, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Interiors, Day Date: October 2014 UTC

Lace or embroidered panels for cuffs & turnbacks. The Red Priest: Men's Fashion from the 18th Century Part 1

The eighteenth century monied male was often a peacock, eager to display his taste and wealth, and fond of lavishly decorated or patterned fabrics, and bright striking colours. The usual outfit remained the three piece suit of coat, waistcoat and breeches

A diagram labeled in French, showing what the position of a "mouche" or beauty mark signified in the 18th century.

A diagram labeled in French, showing what the position of a "mouche" or beauty mark signified in the century. According to this, I'm playful?

18th Century - Chemise de la Reine made fashionable by Marie Antoinette.

Wouldn't this be a fun belt to imitate today? - Robe a la turque. Detail of lace fichu, sleeve and belt buckle of Robe a la turque, ca.

18th century court costume and Marie-Antoinette  http://blog.catherinedelors.com/18th-century-court-costume-and-marie-antoinette/

Coronation gown of Queen Sofia Magdelena of Sweden. It was made in Paris of silver cloth, and consists, like all French court gowns, in three separate pieces: bodice, skirt and train

All 18 c. ,majority have pointed toes. ALady. A visual guide of shoe styles throughout the 18th century

What To Look For In A New Pair Of Shoes. Photo by Thrifty Look You are not alone in your love of shoes. Who doesn't love shoes? Even in a down economy, shoes are still flying off the shelves for t

British riding habit: 1750-59: Women’s riding outfits, known as ‘riding habits’, of the 18th century adapted elements of men’s dress. This jacket of the 1750s is styled after a man’s coat, although it has been modified with a waist seam to fit over stays and a wide petticoat.

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Riding habit: Women’s riding outfits, known as ‘riding habits’, of the century adapted elements of men’s dress. This jacket of the is styled after a man’s coat, although it has been modified with a waist seam to fit over stays and a wide petticoat.

This is a dress that Elizabeth may have worn when she went out of the house or when guests came to visit. She did take care in her appearance. "She had dressed with more than usual care" (Austen 248). This quote was an example used in the description of the project.

This gown and petticoat have a RI provenance. Brocaded silk gown from Spitalfields England. Textile is and the gown was probably remade around The petticoat is probably from around

Uncut 18th century man's waistcoat panel (Collection of the Kent State University Museum, 1983.1.1302)

An Uncut 18th Century Waistcoat

Uncut 18th century man's waistcoat panel (Collection of the Kent State University Museum, 1983.1.1302)

An embroidered lawn robe l'Anglaise, circa 1770-80, delicately embroidered in chain stitch with stripes and sprigs of pinks, convolvulus, dog roses, honeysuckle, tied with pink bows, closed-front bodice panels with drawstring to neck, the sleeves with shaped elbows adorned with ruffles; together with a pink taffeta petticoat of 18th century silk but 19th construction (2) Provenance: originally part of the Doris Langley Moore collection.

An embroidered lawn robe l'Anglaise, circa originally part of the Doris Langley Moore collection.

Wooden walking stick with a covered clock; English, mid-18th century

century / England / This stick of light-coloured cane has a gold handle decorated with engraved rocaille ornament. The upper lid is hinged and inside there is a watch made by the English clockmaker T. Belonged to Emperor Paul I.