1802 The Perron of the Palais-Royal, Paris, France.Despite his colorful clothing, this gentleman is dressed in the style of ‘Anglicizing’, or copying English Gentlemen’s fashions. This fashion began as way for the bourgeois to turn their backs on French aristocracy and their undemocratic ideals and formality and instead base their fashion style on the more relaxed clothing of the English gentleman of the time.
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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
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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.