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Regency boy’s skeleton suit

skeleton suit, shirt, waistcoat, shako hat with feathers and leather shoes according to Costumes de Paris, Costumes d'enfans, 1810.

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Regency dimity cap

according to the dimity cap, early 19th century from the Sylvestra Regency Fashion Collection

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Regency embroidered cap

inspired with several fashion plates from "Costume Parisien" ("Journal des dames et des modes"), an 7 (1799) and an 8 (1800).

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Regency hats

Two Regency hats of fabric covered cardboard (1800 and 1810)

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Regency ball gloves

Cotton gloves are made according to the extant long gloves, c. 1790-1810.

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Regency leather gloves

inspired with the original kid-skin printed gloves from Elizabeth Day McCormick collection in MFA Boston.

 
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Empire Bags

Bags (ridicules) complementing Empire dresses.

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Regency slippers

Slippers made of leather and trimmed with golden satin and embroidery (1790 - 1805).

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Accessories

such as a belt, a fur cap, a bag and others

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Fans

A collection of fans made for various dress reconstructions

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Textile Techniques

for example laces, pins, tablet-woven belts

 
Tailor's - Hanka, part 6
Copyright Martina a Martin Hřibovi © 2006
Tailor's - Marsalek, part 1