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Early Empire Stays

made according to the extant stays dated to 1790 located in Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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Blue regency bib front dress

made according to the extant dark green flowered gown dated to 1795-1800 (Museum of London)

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Regency demi-neglige

asymmetric informal dress) according to "Costume Parisien", 1800.

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Regency child's dress

an outfit for two years old child from c. 1800 and was worn by girls and boys too

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Regency child's dress - headwear

 muslin cap trimmed with a needlework and a palm hat

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Regency child's redingote

made according to a fashion plate from Modes de Paris, Costume d´enfant, 1810.

 
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Combinations

according to the original in the Victoria and Albert Museum, England, c. 1800

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The child's pelisse

according to the girl´s pelisse, 1780-1810 (Meg Andrews).

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Striped regency dress

according to the cotton day dress, 1800-1810 (Augusta Auctions)

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Striped regency dress – the petticoat and short stays

according to the J.S. Bernhardt book, 1810, Dresden

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White regency bib front dress

according to the extant French dress (1802)

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White regency bib front dress - hairstyle and poke bonet

Afrodite knot, palm bonnet

 
Tailor's - Hanka, part 4
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