19th century: Regency construction details

Regency construction details from the 19th century.
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The constrained pattern of the lace is typical of the Neoclassical period. The superbly shaped back of the dress ends in a graceful train.

The constrained pattern of the lace is typical of the Neoclassical period. The superbly shaped back of the dress ends in a graceful train.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810,

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810,

Antique clothing at Vintage Textile: #2406 Regency dress: excellent pictures of the insides of a bib front gown

Antique clothing at Vintage Textile: #2406 Regency dress: excellent pictures of the insides of a bib front gown

Dress Date: ca. 1805 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool, metal

Dress Date: ca. 1805 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool, metal

Gown (detail of interior fastening), Denmark, 1817, Tidens Tøj

Gown (detail of interior fastening), Denmark, 1817, Tidens Tøj

Dress Date: 1806–10 Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 43 in. (109.2 cm)

Dress Date: 1806–10 Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 43 in. (109.2 cm)

Robe de linen brodé | 1790-1799 | Les Arts décoratifs

Robe de linen brodé | 1790-1799 | Les Arts décoratifs

Inside view of silk dress bodice, 1810's. Originally from Vintage Textile.

Inside view of silk dress bodice, 1810's. Originally from Vintage Textile.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

Tape detail of inside on crossover bodice of silk dress, 1810's. Originally from Vintage Textile.

Tape detail of inside on crossover bodice of silk dress, 1810's. Originally from Vintage Textile.

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