The Georgians

The Georgians

1714-1790

Streaming Video - 2007
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Social barriers were crumbling, and this showed in fashion. Elegance was the goal. His fancy huge cuffs were proof that the wearer was a gentleman; he couldn't work in such garb. When George III came to the throne (he who lost the American colonies), he was the youngest monarch since Elizabeth, and the general style became younger. As he grew older, coiffures became larger, and some of the decorations-fruits, feathers, sculptural ornaments like ships-made such cozy nests for rodents and vermin that they were eventually banned.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c1975
Alternative Title: 1714-1790

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