1805 - 1810 Embroidered Muslin Gown

1805 - 1810 Embroidered Muslin Gown

1970s evening dress which has been mislabelled as being from the Regency era (1800-1820s).

Evening dress Designer: George Halley (American) Date: ca. 1967 Culture: American Medium: nylon, silk, glass, metallic thread, plastic Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in.

Court dress, possibly made in Paris in 1838. Worn by Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma (1791-1847), Napoleon's second wife and empress consort of the French from 1810 to 1814. Collection of Museo Glauco Lombardi, Parma. Images via Museo Glauco Lombardi on Facebook.

Court dress, possibly made in Paris in Worn by Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma Napoleon's second wife and empress consort of the French from 1810 to Collection of Museo Glauco Lombardi, Parma.

Annette, from "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion" exhibition. Dress. Cotton percale, cotton muslin, cording, France or England 1814-15.

Serenity Sunday: Annette, from "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion" exhibition. Dress of cotton percale, cotton muslin & cording, France or England Cashmere shawls, gloves & all the "trimmings.

1810s dress

Living with Jane: Historical Sew Fortnightly: Challenge Eastern Infulence and The Jane Austen Festival

Regency England 1811 bis 1820 - Empire France 1799 - 1814

Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810 From the Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection app: “ “This silk tulle dress is exquisitely embroidered with motifs of carnations and other.

Evening dresses, 1810′s From the exhibition "An Agreeable Tyrant: Fashion After the Revolution" at the DAR Museum

fripperiesandfobs: “ Evening dresses, From the exhibition "An Agreeable Tyrant: Fashion After the Revolution" at the DAR Museum ”

'Everyday' and very lovely. Printed cotton dress 1810-1814 Bath Fashion Museum

Long cream printed dress (Regency/Jane Austen Fashion) Number: BATMC Material(s): cotton Technique(s): woven and printed Creation date:

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