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A Frolic through Time: 1790s Sleeveless / Convertible Spencer: Neckline Modification

A Frolic through Time: 1790s Sleeveless / Convertible Spencer: Neckline Modification

Jacket/ Spencer - 1805  Cotton, silk? trimmings, velvet  German Historical Museum - DHM

Jacket/ Spencer - 1805 Cotton, silk? trimmings, velvet German Historical Museum - DHM

Imatex: Register number 11728. Spencer of woven silk in blue and brown satin. A strip of silver metal wire braid decorates the waist edge. Lining is white linen.

Imatex: Register number 11728. Spencer of woven silk in blue and brown satin. A strip of silver metal wire braid decorates the waist edge. Lining is white linen.

Woman’s bodice, short-gown, or bedgown, early 19th century. A utilitarian garment, this indigo blue and natural checked cotton fabric has been pieced from fragments. Charleston Museum

Woman’s bodice, short-gown, or bedgown, early 19th century. A utilitarian garment, this indigo blue and natural checked cotton fabric has been pieced from fragments. Charleston Museum

1810-1820, Spencer, Yellow-brown cotton (Holland) Unlined. Full details in museum's description.cross reference - Nancy Bradfield 'Costume in Detail' p108, B131

1810-1820, Spencer, Yellow-brown cotton (Holland) Unlined. Full details in museum's description.cross reference - Nancy Bradfield 'Costume in Detail' p108, B131

Dress jacket  National Trust Inventory Number 1348737.2 Date	1790 - 1800 Materials	Cotton, Linen, Metal Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Dress jacket National Trust Inventory Number 1348737.2 Date 1790 - 1800 Materials Cotton, Linen, Metal Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

A dress for Elizabeth, heroine of How to Marry a Marquis by Julia Quinn. She doesn't have enough money for fancy dresses--I think she would like this one because it is serviceable but still pretty and flattering.  Circa 1811-1815

A dress for Elizabeth, heroine of How to Marry a Marquis by Julia Quinn. She doesn't have enough money for fancy dresses--I think she would like this one because it is serviceable but still pretty and flattering. Circa 1811-1815

Regency Era Apron Front Dress. 1795-1805 white cotton fall front dress. The front bodice fits to just under the bust line and the fall front skirt ties to the back and would have been pinned in place on the sides. The bodice has a front Dorset button closure. The bodice is lined with a separate linen closure. The collar and sleeve cuffs are trimmed with ruffles. The skirt front is trimmed with decorative Dorset buttons. Several of the buttons are missing. The skirt is unlined.

Regency Era Apron Front Dress. 1795-1805 white cotton fall front dress. The front bodice fits to just under the bust line and the fall front skirt ties to the back and would have been pinned in place on the sides. The bodice has a front Dorset button closure. The bodice is lined with a separate linen closure. The collar and sleeve cuffs are trimmed with ruffles. The skirt front is trimmed with decorative Dorset buttons. Several of the buttons are missing. The skirt is unlined.

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