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“Chintz is glazed calico cloth printed with flowers and other patterns in different colours. Unglazed calico is called “cretonne”. The word Calico is derived from the name of the Indian city Calicut (Kozhikkode in native Malayalam) to which it had a manufacturing association.”

Chintz is glazed calico cloth printed with flowers and other patterns in different colors. Unglazed calico is called “cretonne”. The word Calico is derived from the name of the Indian city Calicut, to which it had a manufacturing association

jane austen dresses | Regency Jane Austen Dresses Gowns CUSTOM RESERVED for red via Etsy

CUSTOM RESERVED Blue Regency Jane Austen Embroidered Gown Dress stole, fichu & headpiece<< I'm pretty sure this is one of Meredith or Constance's dresses ;

Dress  1823  The Philadelphia Museum of Art  Beautyful thing!

Antique Measurements: That waist is how big?!

Woman's Dress, Belt, and Sleeves American. 1823 Striped silk plain weave Philadelphia Museum of Art

Regency gown. Spectacular fabrics! Open robe looks like silk sari material.

Napoleonic movie gown (Probably "Immortal Beloved"). Open robe looks like silk sari material.

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Silk evening dress with metallic thread embroidery, from the Rufus Lincoln estate. From the Vintage Textile archives.

Princess Charlotte's "Russian" outfit as shown at The Museum of London. The gown belongs to The Royal Collection.

Princess Charlotte’s Blue Russian Gown

“ Princess Charlotte’s “Russian” outfit as shown at The Museum of London. The gown belongs to The Royal Collection.

1810s dress

Living with Jane: Historical Sew Fortnightly: Challenge Eastern Infulence and The Jane Austen Festival

Regency Gown Pattern | Sense & Sensibility Patterns

Regency Gown Pattern

Diary of a Mantua Maker: Fitting Regency Gowns Part II

Possible costume to make. From: Diary of a Mantua Maker: Fitting Regency Gowns Part II [A wonderfully fitted gown!

Gown - c1799  (Fashion Museum, Bath)  A couple of alterations and minus the feather turban, I would so wear this now!

Gown - (Fashion Museum, Bath) A couple of alterations and minus the feather turban, I would so wear this now!

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