Category Archives: England

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

England baroque fashion 1685. Reign of James II.

England baroque fashion. 17th century dress

Costume in the reign of James II., 1685

England baroque fashion 1685. Reign of James II.

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Anglo-Saxon fashion history. England c. 460 to 1066.

 

Saxon, Anglo-Saxon, costume, history, England

The Saxon
Head-gear.— Banded Phrygian cap.
Cloak.— Of blue cloth embroidered.
Tunica.— Green cloth embroidered.
Stockings.— Red cloth cross-gartered yellow.
(Photographed direct from examples used in the Author’s lecture upon Mediaeval Costumes and Head-dresses.

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Ancient British costume. The Britons.

Celtic Chieftain, Ancient costume, England, Celt, Britain costume, Herbert Norris

Celtic Chieftain in civil dress

British costume during the centuries

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Britannia Saxonica. Chronology of the Anglo-Saxons.

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Saxon, Ancient Map, Elbe, Germany, Territory, Sax, Saxons

Map, Territory. Inhabited by the ancient Saxon. North of the Elbe

Britannia Saxonica

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Glynneath Wales. Costumes and plaids 19th c.

costume, traditional Plaids, Glynneath, Wales, Welsh,

Glynneath Wales costume and Plaids, early 19th century.

Glynneath Wales.

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Ancient British period. Fashion history of England.

British savages. Cimmerii. Cimbrians. Celtae. Celts

Ancient Britons

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The Ancient British period.

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St Michael’s Mount. Cornwall England

St Michael's Mount. Cornwall. Medieval. England Castle

St Michael’s Mount

St Michael’s Mount

St. Michael’s Mount (Cornish: An Garrel Los y ‘Cos) is a tidal island on the southwestern tip of England, which is 366 m before the village Marazion in Cornwall and has an area of 0.23 km².

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The Escape of Charles II. with Jane Lane.

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Charles II, Jane Lane. England history. Baroque costumes. England king

Charles as William Jackson riding with Jane Lane to Bristol. The Escape of Charles II after the battle of Worcester. By Edward Matthew Ward.

The Escape of Charles II.

Charles  and Jane Lane who sheltered King Charles II after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester, 1651.

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Sir Walter Raleigh and the New World

Sir Walter Raleigh. Elizabethan era. Tudor costume. 16th century. fashion

Sir Walter Raleigh (c. 1554 – 1618)

Sir Walter Raleigh tries to settle a colony in America.

Sir Walter Raleigh

Sir Walter Raleigh (1552 or 1554 in Hayes Barton, Devonshire; † October 29, 1618 in London, executed) was an English sailor, explorer, soldier, spy, politician, poet and writer and favorite of Queen Elizabeth I. His surname is also found in the spellings Rawley, Ralegh and Rawleigh. With the support of wealthy investors he financed several trips to Virginia in order to realize its colonial goals there. As a result of financed from Raleigh expeditions was in 1585 the founding of Roanoke in North Carolina.

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Hurdy-gurdy man. Regency era.

Hurdy-gurdy. Organ grinder. Great Britain Costume. Neoclassical fashion

The Halfpenny Showman.

Hurdy-gurdy. Organ grinder.

Regency, Georgian fashion era.

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