Reproduction Regency crosses now for sale in my Etsy shop! I’m so excited to have these. They were such a common motif in Georgian jewelry and I love being able to reproduce something that you see so frequently.
And here’s a blog post about Georgian Jewelry featuring Crosses.
I did a professional photoshoot with DriftingFocus photography for my Georgian Collet Necklaces. I wanted to show some shots where several were worn at once, like Anna Wintour. I could not be more happy with these. Aren’t they gorgeous photos?
Collet Necklaces are available in my Etsy shop: Dames a la Mode
American Duchess has a new Regency half-boot out and I WANTS IT! Gorgeous, huh? And they are dyeable, so you can have whatever color your heart desires. Pre-order here
I’ve launched a new jewelry line called The Josephine collection, named after Napoleon’s lovely wife. These are very accurate reproductions of Georgian and Regency-era jewelry, using the best materials I can get my hands on, including my new custom-made collet settings, which are the most accurate on the market. I’m so pleased with how lovely everything is and even more pleased that they are so versatile. I hope you’ll check out my reproduction jewelry.
Fashion plates from Gallery of Fashion, 1795-1796 and a picture of my inspired-by look for a 1790s ball. These are related to my recent blog post about diamond jewelry in 1790s fashion plates.
I just listed a lot of new paper millinery flowers in my Etsy shop! Have a hat or bonnet that needs a refresher for spring? Flowers are always a lovely choice!
I’ve just done a new blog post about millinery flowers in Regency fashion plates, which inspired some floral updates to my Regency ball gown.
Above plates all from Journal des Dames et des Modes. Please check the blog post for dates and more images!
Some Georgian, Regency, and Edwardian Inspired paste glass jewelry available in my Etsy shop. Happy Valentine’s Day!
American Duchess has a new shoe style out! These awesome fabric and leather boots are perfect for a mid-century impression. Pre-order now through January 30th!
Kendra, of the fabulous Demode, is writing a book about 18th century hairstyles! And not only is it a historical reference- it is a how-to! Incredibly exciting!
But, she’s self-publishing and she has a campaign on Indiegogo to cover the printing costs. You can pre-order the book for a discount and will help her defray the costs of publishing. There is only 19 days left to support the book, so head on over and pre-order. I know you won’t be disappointed!