Lovely cloudy blue agate stones set in silver make this bodice adornment truly unique.
Panniers and the ‘bum-roll’ achieved the fashionable silhouette. Ladies’ drawers made their appearance in 1806 but only ‘fast’ women wore them, and sanitary devices were not commercially available until the 1870s. Women simply bled into their undergarments.
James Medieval, Renaissance Jeweled Livery Collar of Office / State www.sapphireandsage.com The "James" is for those of you who love the flash of metal and the brilliance of bright color...and not a pearl in sight! This design includes large 25x18mm acrylic domed stones in your choice of one or two colors, hand-connected to ornate stamped metal round plaquetted by sturdy chainmaille-style jump rings.
The Macaroni Painter (Richard Cosway, known to be a dandy), or Billy Dimple Sitting for his Picture Robert Dighton Engraving by Richard Earlom London: Printed for Bowles and Carver, September Mezzotint.