I have lovingly dubbed this regency era spencer jacket the Pimento and Olive jacket because of the colors!
This wool spencer is fully lined with medium weight cotton and was made as part of the collection of garments headed to The Jean LaFitte National Historic Park for the 200th anniversary Battle of New Orleans.
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This regency era spencer jacket was made to be worn with a light blue silk gown. Both the gown and this jacket were custom designed for The Quotidian Theatre Company in Maryland.
The gown is dark colonial blue cotton velveteen and fully lined in cotton. The sleeves are 2-3″ longer than cuff length to drape over the base of the hand (as most period Spencer jackets did.)
The jacket closes at center front just below the bust line and is open to the neck. The back of the jacket features a decorative peplum to accentuate the regency era silhouette.
Here is an image of the original jacket ours was based upon. (Image provided by client. Source not documented.)
Customer Comment: “I wanted to let you know how beautiful both the dress and Spencer jacket are! They are expertly crafted and the design is lovely and elegant as are all the materials. I tried the costumes on the actress who will be wearing them in the play and they fit perfectly. Thank you so much for your brilliant work! I have passed your card along to other enthusiasts with a high recommendation. “
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