Regency entertainment

Many parlor games, particularly at Christmas, provided a way for younger members of society to overstep the bounds of propriety.

Boxing became extremely popular during the Georgian era. Fights were considered sporting events, opportunities for wagering, and pugilistic entertainment. Fights were often sponsored by wealthy patrons.

The Old One-Two: Boxing in Regency England by Regina Scott (image is of Jackson's Boxing Emporium)

Ladies boots 1812 - 1820 V_A

Regency Fashion: Ladies Half Boots

Posts Tagged ‘Regency shoes’ Regency Fashion: Country Shoes vs City Shoes, via Jane Austen's World.

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Cruikshank, George Dancing- Les Graces - 'Inconveniences in Quadrille Dancing', 1817

The Commonwealth Vintage Dancers Regency Costuming

Part of a series about Regency Christmas traditions. Parlor games were widely enjoyed then and are still fun now.

Yellow sleeveless dress  Le Bon Genre. Le Bon Genre 1803-1931 La Main Chaude Play (Paumele) 19th Century Costumes

Yellow sleeveless dress Le Bon Genre. Le Bon Genre 1803-1931 La Main Chaude Play (Paumele) 19th Century Costumes

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