THE REGENCY REDINGOTE

Many thanks to Kathryn Kane for posting a link to my blog site in the blogroll of her Regency Redingote site at http://regencyredingote.wordpress.com/

It’s more likely that you arrived here from there, rather then the other way round, but if you didn’t, please visit it.

It is very informative!

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2 Responses to THE REGENCY REDINGOTE

  1. Kathryn Kane says:

    Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you like the Redingote. I have a question for you. The past couple of weeks I have been working on a biography of Lord Petersham, a famous Regency dandy. He was a friend of both Brummel and Prinny, and designed some of his own garments. He was supposed to have patronized a number of tailors in Regency London. I was wondering if you had come across any mention of Petersham while you were researching Louis Bazalgette’s life?

  2. Charles Bazalgette says:

    Kathryn, I am sorry, but no. Louis’ main tailoring activity was pre-1795, so I haven’t got any records after that. This was the point when Brummel and trousers/pantaloons appeared on the scene. Louis was old technology by then it seems! I will certainly alert you if I see a mention of Shampeter but he was outside the POW’s household so Probably I will not. With every good wish, C

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