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Le rémouleur, c. 1770 by Nicolas-Bernard Lepicie (1735-1784)

Nicolas Bernard Lépicié - Le rémouleur (The Knife Grinder) - 1731

18th Century Hair. This picture kind of makes me laugh with the sail boat in the hair but at this point, there were no limits.

Great drawings of 18th century hats and hair-do’s

A queen to France: Baroque-era hairstyles Marie Antoinette

From Master and Commander - Lord Blakeney

Master and Commander - Lord Blakeney

A Taste of History with Joyce White: Hot Chocolate, a 17th c. Spanish Version

Bodegón con servicio de chocolate y bollos Nature morte à la chocolatière Luis E.

18th Century Double Curled Men's Wig. Choice of by EmiShannon http://www.etsy.com/listing/168117075/18th-century-double-curled-mens-wig?ref=sr_gallery_2&ga_search_query=wigs+18th+century&ga_order=most_relevant&ga_ship_to=US&ga_all=1&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery

These are some of the wigs they wore during this era the wig on the left is known as a club wig. These wigs were usually made out of real human hair, horse hair or even goat hair.

Cries of London, illustrated 1803 From Spitalsfield blog strawberries

Scarlet Strawberries a další!

<b>GROUP OF FIVE CRECHE FIGURES, NEAPOLITAN, 18TH CENTURY</b> each with glass eyes, includes a vegetable seller, and a blackamoor, together with a later figure of a beggar wearing a hooded cloak, the largest  9.5 in. high

<b>GROUP OF FIVE CRECHE FIGURES, NEAPOLITAN, 18TH CENTURY</b> each with glass eyes, includes a vegetable seller, and a blackamoor, together with a later figure of a beggar wearing a hooded cloak, the largest 9.5 in. high

Corset Date: 1740–60 Culture: American Medium: linen, leather, whalebone Dimensions: Length at CF (a): 15 in. (38.1 cm)

Corset, This particular corset allows for movement in the hips but a tight, flat stomach. It shows a low neckline to allow for the breasts to be pushed up in a seductive manner.

Knife Grinder - posed cutting out a kettle bottom from a tin sheet between 1884 and 1887

Charles Spurgeon’s Street Traders

Image gallery: The charming millener of - Street

Image gallery: The charming millener of - Street

Pocket  Category:  Textiles (Clothing)    Place of Origin:  England, United Kingdom, Europe    Date:  1790-1800    Materials:  Cotton; Linen    Museum Object Number:  1960.0249

Pocket Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: England, United Kingdom, Europe Date: Materials: Cotton;

A Colonial Gentlemen's Clothing: A Glossary of Terms : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site 18th Century

A Colonial Gentlemen's Clothing: A Glossary of Terms : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site Century

1728. Detail of "Paysanne Holandoise / Hollantsche boerinne" (Farmer's wife from Holland) by Bernard Picart. 18th century women's clothing - Dutch - Netherlands - Holland.

Detail of "Paysanne Holandoise / Hollantsche boerinne" (Farmer's wife from Holland) by Bernard Picart.

Natalie Dormer in ‘The Scandalous Lady W’ (2015

The Scandalous Lady W

"The Scandalous Lady W" (Seymour, Lady Worsley played by Natalie Dormer)

pirate--Georgian era aristocrat

very dashing!

Gårdsexteriör med kvinnor Olja på duk, 56 x 44 cm

Slicing Necks For Supper ~ Eeek! The Nonchalant Way In Which She Is Doing It is Disgusting!

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