oldbookillustrations:

Flying Gunnard, Porcupine Diodon, etc…
Samuel Howitt, from A companion to Mr. Bullock’s London Museum and Pantherion, by William Bullock, London, 1812.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Flying Gunnard, Porcupine Diodon, etc…

Samuel Howitt, from A companion to Mr. Bullock’s London Museum and Pantherion, by William Bullock, London, 1812.

(Source: archive.org)

mademoisellelapiquante:

Ann Penington by Gilbert Stuart - 1805

mademoisellelapiquante:

Ann Penington by Gilbert Stuart - 1805

jaded-mandarin:

J. T. Mitchell. Elizabeth Mary and Augustus William Hillary, 1803.
Best art history dog I have ever seen… at least, I am assuming it is a dog..! Amazing.

jaded-mandarin:

J. T. Mitchell. Elizabeth Mary and Augustus William Hillary, 1803.

Best art history dog I have ever seen… at least, I am assuming it is a dog..! Amazing.

classicalbritain:

Bradford on Avon town house by Charles D P Miller on Flickr.
ravensquiffles:

Black velvet court dress
1810-20
Christies

ravensquiffles:

Black velvet court dress

1810-20

Christies

minutemanworld:

Pocket globe from 1793. 

minutemanworld:

Pocket globe from 1793. 

bacchitempel:

Interior with two older women and three younger women. Drawing in brown ink, pencil on paper by Alexander Laureus (1783-1823). Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.

bacchitempel:

Interior with two older women and three younger women. Drawing in brown ink, pencil on paper by Alexander Laureus (1783-1823). Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.

windsorhouseantiques:

REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SEWING BOX

An elegant Regency period mahogany Sewing Box on swept reeded and hipped supports, the two edges with continuous rope carving.

c. 1815 to c. 1820

Height 27.75inch (70.48cm)

Width 18.50inch (46.99cm)

Depth 12.50inch (31.75cm)

Ref No. 6181

£1780.00

http://www.windsorhouseantiques.co.uk/stock/d/regency-period-mahogany-sewing-box/154498

houghtonlib:

Cassas, Louis François, 1756-1827. Voyage pittoresque et historique de l’Istrie et Dalmatie, 1802.

Typ 815.02.2616

Houghton Library, Harvard University

southcarolinadove:

18th and early 19th century Georgian era heart and double heart rings, they were often accompanied with a crown or bow above the heart/hearts, the gem of the double hearts sometimes were to represent the lovers birth stone