1830

Circa 1830 quilted corset.

Vanilla or Chocolate Pudding

Circa 1830 quilted corset.

1834 The cut of mens trousers

1834 The cut of mens trousers

28-12-11  Eugenie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais  1826  Joseph Karl Stieler. Something about the yellow as an accent for the white is striking and I see it a lot in my research

28-12-11 Eugenie Hortense Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais 1826 Joseph Karl Stieler. Something about the yellow as an accent for the white is striking and I see it a lot in my research

fashionsfromhistory:  Dress c.1830 Philadelphia Museum of Art

fashionsfromhistory: Dress c.1830 Philadelphia Museum of Art

A gentleman in his shirt sleeves! He wears early 19th C linen shirt, c1800 striped waistcoat and 1790-1800 breeches.

A gentleman in his shirt sleeves! He wears early 19th C linen shirt, c1800 striped waistcoat and 1790-1800 breeches.

Dress ca. 1837 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress ca. 1837 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Woman at her Toilet, 1835 (oil on canvas)

Woman at her Toilet, 1835 (oil on canvas)

The Adelaide boot is named for Adelaide, Queen Consort of King William IV (1830-1837) and it was introduced in Britain in the 1830s. They were very popular in Britain and caught on throughout Europe and North America by the late 1840s but fell from fashion when the front-lacing boot was introduced in the late 1850s. In the United States they were more commonly known as “gaiter boots”.

The Adelaide boot is named for Adelaide, Queen Consort of King William IV (1830-1837) and it was introduced in Britain in the 1830s. They were very popular in Britain and caught on throughout Europe and North America by the late 1840s but fell from fashion when the front-lacing boot was introduced in the late 1850s. In the United States they were more commonly known as “gaiter boots”.

Suit, Date: 1830–40 Culture: American Medium: wool, synthetic  Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,  Accession Number: 2009.300.218a, b

Suit, Date: 1830–40 Culture: American Medium: wool, synthetic Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 2009.300.218a, b

Zig-zag patterned cotton lisle evening gloves, American, 1830-35. Lisle, the knitted fabric used in these gloves, employs a highly refined cotton that has the look and softness of silk. This allows for the creation of an intricate pattern such as the zig zag example here. The open finger tips are an unusual feature that adds to their interest.

Zig-zag patterned cotton lisle evening gloves, American, 1830-35. Lisle, the knitted fabric used in these gloves, employs a highly refined cotton that has the look and softness of silk. This allows for the creation of an intricate pattern such as the zig zag example here. The open finger tips are an unusual feature that adds to their interest.

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