The word Umbrella literally means “a little shade”…
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Cutting a dash during a Regency Winter
A pretty past time for young ladies….
Craft your own lovely valentine with these instructions, or order a kit to complete!
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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.
Artist Colleen Babcock shares her Regency ornament tutorial
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Readathon event to celebrate Jane Austen’s bi-centenary The Jane Austen Centre in Bath is to host an event that will be broadcast around the world -a 12 Hour International Readathon. January 28th 2013 sees the 200th anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice and to mark this bicentenary the book will be read [...]
The Regency Era spanned from 1795-1830. It began with King George III being declared unfit to rule because of fits.
Vic Sanborn reveals the details of Regency Education through an Eyewitness Account