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Mrs Richard Grainger, attributed to James Ramsay, ca 1827 UK, Laing Art Gallery

Mrs Richard Grainger, attributed to James Ramsay, ca 1827 UK, Laing Art Gallery

(Source: BBC)

Mrs John Frederick Lewis by Jacob Eichholtz, 1827 US, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
I can’t be the only one who noticed that her right (our left) sleeve is teal at the bottom near the wrist.

Mrs John Frederick Lewis by Jacob Eichholtz, 1827 US, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

I can’t be the only one who noticed that her right (our left) sleeve is teal at the bottom near the wrist.

Scene from Paul Pry by George Clint, ca 1827 UK, the Victoria & Albert Museum

Scene from Paul Pry by George Clint, ca 1827 UK, the Victoria & Albert Museum

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La Reunion, 1827.
Another example of one of my favorite accessories: the hairstyle (and hat) piercing arrow!
(And I’ll say it again:  WHAT IS UP WITCHOO LATE-1820s-HAIR?)

The girl on top appears to have had a close encounter with an arrow.  Good thing her massive hair stopped it and saved the day.

hatsfromhistory:

La Reunion, 1827.

Another example of one of my favorite accessories: the hairstyle (and hat) piercing arrow!

(And I’ll say it again:  WHAT IS UP WITCHOO LATE-1820s-HAIR?)

The girl on top appears to have had a close encounter with an arrow.  Good thing her massive hair stopped it and saved the day.

Day dress, ca 1826-28, Nordiska Museet
Day dress, ca 1826 England, KCI
Ballgown, 1827 France, La Reunion
Interesting sleeves

Ballgown, 1827 France, La Reunion

Interesting sleeves

Evening dress, 1827 France, La Reunion
Evening dress, 1827 France, La Reunion
Court dress, ca 1828 Germany, the Met Museum

Court dress, ca 1828 Germany, the Met Museum

Dress, 1827-30 Scotland, Kent State

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