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19th century: Beaded regency dress

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Regency dress made out of beaded fabric.
Beaded cotton dress with short sleeves, c. 1805. The beads are glass bugle beads, probably imported from Bohemia.

Beaded cotton dress with short sleeves, c. 1805. The beads are glass bugle beads, probably imported from Bohemia.

31-10-11  evening dress, muslin embroidered with glass beads, 1804

31-10-11 evening dress, muslin embroidered with glass beads, 1804

This regency wedding dress from Princess Charlotte is simply stunning with its attention to beading detail and the use of silver threading :) JOY!

This regency wedding dress from Princess Charlotte is simply stunning with its attention to beading detail and the use of silver threading :) JOY!

Evening dress, 1800 (cotton muslin & glass beads)

Evening dress, 1800 (cotton muslin & glass beads)

Detail of dress c1805 - Bath museum of costume

Detail of dress c1805 - Bath museum of costume

Antique Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2807 Neoclassical ball gown

Antique Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2807 Neoclassical ball gown

Rare Beaded Cotton

Rare Beaded Cotton

Rare Beaded Cotton dress c 1805

Rare Beaded Cotton dress c 1805

museum regency dresses | Regency Dress from the Fashion Museum in Bath | Flickr - Photo Sharing ...

museum regency dresses | Regency Dress from the Fashion Museum in Bath | Flickr - Photo Sharing ...

3 Eve

3 Eve

French beaded cotton evening dress, c.1805. Here is the quintessential and revolutionary Neoclassical style: the Empire waist; wide, open neckline; and a small back train. The peerless Directoire dress is covered with opaque white Bohemian glass bugle beads. Speaking to us across two centuries, the endearing charm is just as fresh and irresistible as when worn to a first grand ball. http://www.vintagetextile.com/new_page_580.htm

French beaded cotton evening dress, c.1805. Here is the quintessential and revolutionary Neoclassical style: the Empire waist; wide, open neckline; and a small back train. The peerless Directoire dress is covered with opaque white Bohemian glass bugle beads. Speaking to us across two centuries, the endearing charm is just as fresh and irresistible as when worn to a first grand ball. http://www.vintagetextile.com/new_page_580.htm

This is an original ballgown from 1818. Note the beaded fabric and gold trim details. The sleeves are very large, which points to the late Regency period.

This is an original ballgown from 1818. Note the beaded fabric and gold trim details. The sleeves are very large, which points to the late Regency period.

CBML - CBM1 116

CBML - CBM1 116

CBML - CBM1 113

CBML - CBM1 113

Dress c1805 - Museum of costume, Bath

Dress c1805 - Museum of costume, Bath

Beaded [!] evening dress, c. 1805-6. Bath Costume Museum

Beaded [!] evening dress, c. 1805-6. Bath Costume Museum