1788 Lady’s Mourning Fashion. Late Georgian to early Regency Era.
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18th and 19th Century Gloves
A Georgian and Regency Fashion Accessory,
and in cold climates, a necessity.
Gloves were important fashionable and symbolic accessories for men and women.
In the 1600s, gloves were often given as gifts and as mementos at funerals.
Bishops sometimes wore gloves during Roman Catholic services.
18th -19th Century Short Green Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
19th Century French Silk Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
19th Century Yellow Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
A Glove Stretcher: To maintain this fashion accessory.
19th Century Green Gloves : a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
Yellow Leather Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
19th Century Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
1800-1820 Gloves: a fashion accessory and in colder climates, a necessity.
1830 – 1839 ca. Mitts Cotton and Silk
Regency Era Dining
Excerpt from non-fiction educational book.
Book 1 in the Regency Life Series by Suzi Love.
What did the aristocracy eat during the Regency Era?
Regency Overview Cover, Book 1 Regency Life Series By Suzi Love
If you like this sample of Regency Overview and want to read more about Dining, Fashion, and Pastimes, you can purchase the entire book here.
Because this book is a visual feast, it’s best viewed in color.
CHAPTER ELEVEN: DINING
For the Upper classes, meals were elaborate affairs and served by well trained staff anticipated their every need. Women prided themselves on hosting dinners for 50-60 people, which often consisted of numerous courses, and all served with the best wines and followed, for the men at least, by expensive port.”
Typical Regency Joints Of Meat.
Typical Regency Game Served.
Typical Regency Cold Collation. suzilove.com
Typical Regency Seafood Dishes.
Typical Regency Invalid Food.
Typical Regency China For Breakfast.
Typical Regency Menu and Guest Cards.
History of Christmases Past
Book 1 Historical Events
By Suzi Love
History of Christmases Past by Suzi Love
History of Christmases Past is Book 1 in the non-fiction Historical Events collection and is a companion book to Easter in Images, both of which focus on the history, customs, and traditions celebrated around the world for these important religious holidays.
A collection of historical information about the traditions of Christmas through the centuries, including the religious aspects, decorations, games, food and plays.
Length: 103 pages (estimated)
File Size: 4431 KB
Publication Date: December 5, 2013
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