1851-1860 ca. Queen Victoria’s Ivory Silk Satin Dancing Slippers, English. Made by Richard Gundry, Gundry and Co., Soho Square, London, U.K.1851-1860 ca. Queen Victoria's Ivory Silk Satin Dancing Slippers, English.#VictorianEra #QueenVictoria #Shoes #BritishHistory Click To Tweet
How did they celebrate Christmas in Bridgerton and Jane Austen times? Historical information about the traditions of Christmas through the centuries, including the religious aspects, decorations, games, food and plays. #holidays #Christmas #BritishHistory #Bridgerton #JaneAusten http://books2read.com/suziloveHOCP.History Of Christmases Past: Historical information about the traditions of Christmas through the centuries, including the religious aspects, decorations, games, food and plays. #holidays #Christmas #History … Click To Tweet
1804-1810 ca. Empire style, or high-waisted, French Court Dress called ‘Joséphine’, Attributed to embroiderer Jean-François Bony, Lyon, France. Silk tulle, silk, chenille, and cotton. via Musée des Tissus et musée des Arts décoratifs, Lyon. via Musée des Tissus et musée des Arts décoratifs, Lyon.
Definition Empire Style: Named after the First Empire in France, by 1800 Empire dresses had a very low décolleté, or neckline and a short narrow backed bodice attached to a separate skirt. Skirts started directly under the bust and flowed into the classical relaxed wide styles of Greece and Rome. This style of dress is associated with Jane Austen and her contemporaries as a simple cotton high-waisted dress was worn most days and accessorized according to the importance of the occasion.1804-1810 ca. Silk Tulle Court Dress called 'Joséphine', French. #RegencyEra #RegencyFashion #France #Royalty https://books2read.com/SuziLoveFashionWomen1805-1809 Click To Tweet
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These books depict the often-frivolous life and fashions of ladies in the early 1800’s, or during the lifetime of Jane Austen, but also gives a glimpse into the more serious occupations ladies may undertake. Through historic images, historical information, and funny anecdotes, they show how a lady fills her day, where she is permitted to go, and who she spends time with. These light-hearted looks at the longer Regency years are an easy to read overview of what people did and wore, and where they worked and played. There is plenty of information to interest history buffs, and lots of pictures to help readers and writers of historical fiction visualize the people and places from the last years of the 18th Century until Queen Victoria took the throne. Young Lady’s Day ~ Older Lady’s Day
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1810 Three Piece Gentleman’s Purple Court Suit, French. Worn by a rich and fashionable gentleman after Napoleon Bonaparte revived court traditions when he crowned himself Emperor of France in 1804. Gentlemen were expected to wear extravagant court dress, but the working class despised these luxurious fashions and royal overspending. Wastage of France’s money spurred French peasants to rise up in revolt and create the French Revolution. via Metropolitan Museum, N.Y.C., U.S.A.metmuseum.org1810 Three Piece Gentleman's Purple Court Suit, French. #RegencyFashion #HistoricalFashion #France. https://books2read.com/SuziLoveFashionMen1800-1819 Click To Tweet
Historic images, historical information, and funny anecdotes give an overview of life in the early 1800s. Information for history readers and writers of the Regency Years, for Jane Austen fans and all history buffs. Pictures help visualize the people and places of the long Regency period. https://books2read.com/suziloveROver Regency Overview Regency Life Series Book 1 by Suzi Love.
The Regency Life Series By Suzi Love depicts the ups and downs of life in the early 1800’s, or Jane Austen’s years, or the Regency Era. Fun pictures, historical information, and funny anecdotes show how people fill their days, where they go and with whom they spend their time. These light-hearted looks at the longer Regency years are an easy to read overview of what people did and wore, and where they worked and played. Plenty of information for history buffs and lots of pictures help readers and writers of historical fiction visualize the last years of the 18th Century until Queen Victoria took the throne.Images, information, funny anecdotes give overview of Jane Austen's times or early 1800s. Regency Overview Book 1 #Regency #JaneAusten #BritishHistory #peerage https://books2read.com/suziloveROver Click To Tweet
- A TABLE OF PRECEDENCY OF WOMEN.
- The QUEEN.
- Princess of Wales.
- Princesses, Daughters of the King.
- Princesses and Duchesses, Wives of the King’s Sons.
- Wives of the King’s Brothers.
- Wives of the King’s Uncles.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of the Dukes of the Blood
- Daughters of Dukes of the Blood Royal.
- Wives of the King’s Brothers or Sisters Sons.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Dukes.
- Daughters of Dukes.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Marquises.
- Daughters of Marquises.
- Wives of the younger Sons of Dukes.
- Wives of the first Sons of Earls.
- Daughters of Earls.
- Wives of the younger Sons of Marquise.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Viscounts.
- Daughters of Viscounts.
- Wives of the younger sons of Earls.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Barons.
- Daughters of Barons.
- Maids of Honour.
- Wives of the younger Sons of Viscounts.
- Wives of the younger Sons of Barons.
- Wives of the Knights of the Garter
- Wives of Bannerets of each Kind.
- Wives of the Knights of the Bath.
- Wives of Knight Bachelors.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of the younger Sons of Peer.
- Wives of the eldest Son of Baronet;.
- Daughters of Baronets.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter.
- Daughters of Knights of the Garter.
- Wives of the eldest Sons of Bannerets.
- Daughters of Bannerets.
- From: 1804 Kearsley Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Wales.
- A TABLE OF PRECEDENCE OF MEN. From: 1804 Kearsley Complete Peerage of England, Scotland and Wales.
- Prince of Wales.
- Kings Sons.
- King’s Brothers.
- King’s Uncles.
- King’s Grandsons.
- King’s Nephews.
- Vicegerent (a person exercising delegated power on behalf of a sovereign or ruler, when any such officer is needed.)
- Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Primate of all England.
- Lord high Chancellor, or Lord Keeper.
- Archbishop of York, Primate of England.
- Lord High Treasurer.
- Lord President of the Privy Council.
- Lord Privy Seal.
- Lord Chief Constable.
- Hereditary High Marshal.
- Lord High Admiral.
- Lord Steward of his Majesty’s Household.
- Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty’s Household.
- Dukes according to the patents of Creation.
- Marquises according to their Patents.
- Dukes eldest Sons.
- Earls according to their Patents.
- Marquises eldest Sons.
- Dukes younger Sons.
- Viscounts accounting to their Patents.
- Earls eldest Sons.
- Marquises younger Sons.
- Bishops of London, Durham, Winchester.
- Seniority of Consecration.
- Barons, according to their Patents of Creation
- From: 1804 Kearsley Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Wales.