Category Archives: England

Period Costumes and Fashion from England, Regency, Empire, Georgian, Directory, Victorian and Tudor dresses.

Coiffure 1er Empire, France 1804

Empire hairstyle and jewlery. French Historical hairdos. France women`s fashion. Jane Austen style

Coiffure 1er Empire

Hairstyle First Empire. French Empire or Napoleonic Empire.

Coiffure 1er Empire. „Album de coiffures histories“ by E. Nissy. Published 1890 by Albert Brunet.

Ancient British, Gallic and German costumes.

German costumes, Ancient, British, Gallic, Teutons, costumes. Druid, Priestly, Gaul, Boadicea, barde

British, Gallic and German Costumes.

Ancient British, Gallic and German Costumes.

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Rob Roy`s gun and sword. Andrea Ferrara blade.

Rob Roy. Andrea Ferrara blade. Old flint-lock gun. Old Highland Broadsword. Andrea Ferrara blade. Andrew Ferrara Broadsword

Rob Roy – Gun and Sword. Andrea Ferrara blade.

Rob Roy`s gun and sword. Broadsword, with Andrea Ferrara blade.

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Collection of antique pistols by Sir Walter Scott.

Pair of pistols which belonged to Emperor Napoleon I., Bonaparte. Sir Walter Scott's volunteer pistols. Pistol which belonged to Claverhouse. Old pistol by Champbell of Doune. Pistol which belonged to Sir Walter Scott.

Pair of pistols which belonged to Emperor Napoleon I., Bonaparte. Sir Walter Scott’s volunteer pistols. Pistol which belonged to Claverhouse. Old pistol by Champbell of Doune. Pistol which belonged to Sir Walter Scott.

Collection of antique pistols by Sir Walter Scott.

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The gigantic warrior of Bosworth Field.

Gigantic warrior. Bosworth Field. Military Middle age. Weapons. Knight armour.

Armour from hall door

The gigantic warrior of Bosworth Field.

Armor from hall door of Abbotsford designed for a French knight.
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Malay Kris. Polygar`s Knife. Abbotsford Swords and dagger.

A Polygar’s knife. A Persian dagger and sheath. A malay Kris. Case of hunting-knives, or Couteaux de chasse. Rob Roy’s dirk by Andrea Ferrara. A Tartar sword in brass-mounted shagreen scabbard.

A Polygar’s knife. A Persian dagger and sheath. A malay Kris. Case of hunting-knives, or Couteaux de chasse. Rob Roy’s dirk by Andrea Ferrara. A Tartar sword in brass-mounted shagreen scabbard.

Abbotsford Swords and dagger.

A POLYGAR’S KNIFE

A WEAPON with a broad curved blade. The blade damascened with gold in cuneiform and line designs. The handle is mounted with brass and ornamented with quatrefoil and crescents in high relief, and enriched by 26 small rubies. Length 25 inches.

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Border war horn and James VI.’s hunting-bottle.

Border war horn and James VI.'s hunting-bottle. Scottish Military armor Hermitage Castle.

Border war horn and James VI.’s hunting-bottle.

Border war horn and James VI.’s hunting-bottle.

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Sir Walter Scotts body clothes, Abbotsford 1820

England regency clothing. Sir Walter Scott's body clothes. Coat, waistcoat, hat and walking stick.

Sir Walter Scott’s body clothes. Coat, waistcoat, hat and walking stick.

Abbotsford – Sir Walter Scotts body clothes.

Sir Walter Scott’s body clothes. Coat, waistcoat, hat and walking stick. Continue reading

Abbotsford, desk and chair of Sir Walter Scott.

Abbotsford style. Victorian carved oak furniture. Desk and chair of Sir Walter Scott.

Desk and chair of Sir Walter Scott.

Abbotsford, desk and chair of Sir Walter Scott.

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Regency petticoat of white satin. Robe of orange-colored crape.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. eighteenth century.

EVENING DRESS, March 1796

Regency petticoat of white satin. Robe of orange-colored crape.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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Regency cottage cap. Spencer of maroon satin 1796.

Neoclassical fashion. Jane Austen costume. Empire fashion. eighteenth century.

Morning Dresses, March 1796

Regency cottage cap. Spencer of maroon satin. Muslin petticoat.

The Gallery of Fashion Vol. 2. Published by Nikolaus von Heideloff, London. Georgian fashion era. Costume in the time of Jane Austen.

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