1825 ca. Pelisse, British. Pale gold silk and linen.A Pelisse or Walking Dress in England, or Redingote in France, was a very fitted and tailored garment made to cover the insubstantial fabrics e.g. muslin, and floaty designs of Empire styled gowns which were not warm when out walking or riding in a carriage.
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Regency Research Links:
Have you visited these?
Since so many people have asked me about good sites to do Regency Research, I thought I’d start sharing some of them.
Today I have links for 5 topics: Carriages, Postal, Houses, Medical, Weapons
Have you been to these sites and found them helpful? Know of others to add to these lists?
Or found that a site no longer exists?
Let me know.
- Want to know about postage?
Want to know about guns and pistols?
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