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Tucker c1800. National Trust

A tucker or chemissette was used to raise the neckline of a dress in order to make it modest enough for daywear. They also could be exchanged an replaced, lending variety.

Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

British Dress 1807 Cotton--which looks so much like the final dress for Lydia in the P show I worked on!!!

1807 Culture: British Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 86 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Gould Family Foundation Gift, in memory of Jo Copeland, 2012

Evening dress ca. 1817 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

made in France silk and wool gauze with silk satin, iron floral pailettes, silk embroidery, glass beads, silk cording Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Evening Dress

Regency Transitional  Stays by TheNeedleworkers on Etsy, $275.00

Transitional Stays Regency by Mason Dixon Sewing Co. -Absolutely beautiful in…

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