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Lady's Monthly Museum, January 1802
|Lady's Monthly Museum (1802)|
This issue claims to have coloured plates, but my copy has been "stripped" (the plates removed to sell individually). The original description of the plates is on page 61 and reads as follows.
Cabinet of Fashion,
WITH ELEGANT COLOURED PLATES.
1. A crimson velvet bonnet, with a crimson feather. A tippet of crimson velvet, trimmed with black fur. A chemise handkerchief, with a frill. A plain gown. Crimson shoes; York tanned gloves; and bear-skin muff.
2. A bonnet of of black and blue velvet, with ribands of the same colours. A lead-coloured silk spencer, trimmed with white fun, and ribands to suit the bonnet. A plain gown. York tanned gloves; and blue or black shoes.
3. A bonnet of white satin, trimmed with silk plaid, a feather to suit it, and gold cord and tassels. A white muslin gown, trimmed with lace on the breast; and a outer robe of silk plaid full on the sleeves, with a long train. Shoes of the same plaid; and white gloves.
4. A head-dress of pink muslin, trimmed with white fur, and a feather and ribands, green. The dress, green persian, plaited on the body; the sleeves trimmed with white fur. A short clock of pink muslin fastened on the shoulders. Pink net gloves; and pink shoes.