18th Century

Collection by Isobel Robertson

Isobel Robertson
Courtship and Marriage in the Regency Period The hunt for a husband in a Regency England was a serious business, & upper class families invested large sums of money to give their daughters a 'season' in London. Jane Austen, London History, Before Midnight, Old London, Mayfair London, Regency Era, Women In History, Family History, Historical Romance

Regency Weddings

Regency Wedding, St George, Hanover Square. Lavish large weddings for the aristocracy did not become the style until Victorian times.

Historical Fiction Books I Want to Read Georgian Era, Victorian Era, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Dresses, Female Character Inspiration, Story Inspiration, Richard Jenkins, 18th Century Fashion

She tried to find an easy book that May might like; it seemed bizarre that no one had thought to teach her to read.

Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring. on deviantART-Women’s Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring.devi… on deviantART – Part Two of Three Women’s Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring.devi… on deviantART – Part Two of Three - 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Renaissance Clothing

Women's Clothes Part 2 by Goldenspring on DeviantArt

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The exterior of the Adelphi Theatre in 1818 by Morand. A group of audience members are entering the theatre and their coaches and horses are waiting outside. By 1809 the theatre was licensed for musical entertainments, pantomime, and burletta. London Life, London Art, Old London, Jane Austen, Adelphi Theatre, Wales, Victorian London, London History, London Theatre

Watercolour of the Adelphi Theatre | Morand | V&A Search the Collections

Watercolour painting of the exterior of the Adelphi Theatre, signed Morand and dated 1818.. Museum Number S.373-1985.

The typical London townhouse of the century was a brick-built, flat-fronted house on four or five floors with regularly spaced sash windows and often a canopy over the front door Georgian Townhouse, London Townhouse, Georgian Era, Georgian House, Georgian Architecture, Georgian Buildings, Ancient Buildings, Independent House, Regency Era

Explore our collections and library | Stories of Home | Museum of the Home | Museum of the Home

Personal stories of home from the collections and archives of the Museum of Home, reopening in summer 2020.

 Tonight's theme is The Highwayman. He is a robber who has a girlfriend named Bess. He comes to visit her but an ambush awaits. Hugs and blessings-LG Story Inspiration, Character Inspiration, Nocturne, Fantasia Marilyn Monroe, Wuthering Heights, Romanticism, 18th Century, Mists, Fairy Tales

Dark and Windy Night