„Fig. 286. Fig. 287.
Pub. as the Act dir.ts Jan.y 1. 1801, by N. Heideloff, at his Office No. 7 John Str. Oxford Road."
Modedruck aus der Londoner Zeitschrift Gallery of Fashion. 1. Januar 1801.
The hair twisted round the head, loose curls in front; bandeau of
black and gold striped tiffany, intermixed with the hair looped up with
gold sliders, falling down behind; silver star placed on the hind-part of
the head, three curled coquelicot feathers placed on the right side with a
diamond pin. Petticoat of white muslin, trimmed with gold lace, short
full sleeves; robe of Salisbury drugget; black lace round the neck, the
whole trimmed with gold lace and sable. Diamond ear-rings; white
gloves and shoes.
The hair dressed full in the front, twisted round the head, silver ban-
deau intermixed with the hair; diadem of brilliants placed in the front.
Petticoat of white muslin, trimming of gold lace round the bottom; short
full sleeves, trimmed with gold lace and tassels. Robe of black velvet,
trimmed with gold lace; high tucker, trimmed with lace; diamond
stud in front. Diamond necklace and ear-rings. White gloves and