1830 and 1831 Furnishing Fabric, English. Roller-printed cottons. Additional colors are added by a surface roller.
Roller printing on textiles was introduced in the late 18th century and at first used mainly for small-patterned dress fabrics.
By the 1830s, it was highly mechanised and had largely replaced block printing of furnishings.Continue reading →
1836-1840 ca. Printed Cotton Dress, English. Showing the fashion changes that happened after the late Regency Era and during the early Victorian years. Waists had dropped and had become more fitted. Full gathered skirts flowed out from those nipped waist lines, which were often V-shaped.Continue reading →
1790-1815 ca. Woman’s Black Wool Shoes. Pointed toe and low wedge heel covered in same fabric, black tape binding, leather straight or symmetrical sole, linen insole and lining. Wool satin with wool twill tape binding, plain weave linen lining, and leather sole.Continue reading →
1812 Window Curtaining Regency Furniture
via Le Garde-Meuble, Furniture Repository, Ancient and Modern, 1839-1935.Continue reading →
1835 Corset, English.
Cotton corset reinforced with whalebone and cording, hand-sewnContinue reading →