a celebration of a young boy’s first step towards manhood.
Posted in Fashion for Children Also tagged baby, boys, breeching, children, clothing, eaton suit, elizabeht, elizabeth, Jane Austen, knight, petticoats, skeleton suit, vic sanborn, writing
Sir Alexander Cheflas details his method for creating an authentic Regency inspired Roombox
Posted in Hands on Crafts Also tagged 1/12, box, CASSANDRA, chawton, Costume Cavalcade Dolls, create, Dangerous Connections, Darcy, dollhouse, greek, Jane Austen, make, miniatures, Pianist Katarzyna Kowalic, piano, Pride and Prejudice, room box, Sacred Passion
Official Festival photographer Owen Benson has now uploaded all the images he took of this year’s 2013 Jane Austen Festival for everyone to view. There are some stunning shots for you to enjoy.
The intricacies of a regency era duel…
Posted in Arts and Entertainments Also tagged alexander, brandon, duel, duelling, georgette heyer, hamilton, party, pistol, pushkin, Sense and Sensibility, sword, willoughby
Who can say “no” to an all expense paid vacation to Regency paradise, Austenland?
Posted in Sequels and Spinoffs Also tagged austenland, fiction, ISBN, Jane Austen, jane hayes, jane seymour, jj feild, keri russell, Pride and Prejudice, RRP, Shannon Hale
The long and trying times of one of the Regency’s most mutinied captains
Posted in All the Officers Also tagged bounty, breadfruit, captain bligh, english, fletcher christian, mutiny, naval, Navy, nelson, Persuasion, Sydney, tahiti, The Bounty, William Bligh
The word Umbrella literally means “a little shade”…
Posted in Accessories, Uncategorized Also tagged Bath, Jane Austen, Jane Austen's World, Jonas Hanway, Mansfield Park, men, parasol, parasols, pattens, rain, Umbrellas, vic sanborn
Cutting a dash during a Regency Winter
A pretty past time for young ladies….