These definitions from “Georgette Heyer’s Regency World”, give a fuller picture of the Regency vocabulary
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…from the narrowest ribbon to strands of pearls and diamonds.
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A look at what the Regency Clergyman would have worn
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The Sea air and Sea Bathing together were nearly infallible, one or the other of them being a match for every Disorder…
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create a Regency Chemisette using easy to follow photographs by Kass McGann.
A lovely way to embellish gowns, aprons, and more.
The Regency Era spanned from 1795-1830. It began with King George III being declared unfit to rule because of fits.
The base of the millinery industry