In the Georgian period there were some amazing excesses of costume, with vast hooped skirts, towering wigs and extravagant trimmings. However there are changes as the century progresses. Gentlemen's coats gradually become narrower in the skirts and sleeves up to around 1780-95, when fashions were simplifying with the influence of the French Revolution. Ladies skirts go from dome-shaped to oblong, then draped and finally plainer with a small train. Check the dates given by each doll to see which could be used together. As usual, the servants are suitable for any and all would suit the classic Georgian house or the slightly earlier Queen Anne.



Lady 1720-60, Georgina #1 in lilac, #2 in red / pink.  59  She just couldn't decide which fabric to choose for her new dress, so has got one of each. Both are now In stock. The pink one goes less well with Edmund, but would look rather good with Sebastian. I will be interested to see which one you all prefer.

Edmund, gentleman 1720-60    66  In stock  


Sebastian, gentleman 1720-60   66  

Colette, lady 1720-60  59 In stock  Last one with this trimming on skirt

Cuthbert, gentleman 1760-80  66  

 If you're wondering what is different from Edmund and Sebastian above, his coat is cut with narrower skirts and cuffs, has an added stand-collar and his waistcoat is shorter, like Percival, below.

Clarissa, lady in sack-back gown 1750-80 66  No more in this fabric, but others possible


Ruth, 3-4 year old girl 1720-60   39  In stock

Percival, gentleman in formal dress of the 1770's  66  

Pandora, lady in formal dress of the 1770's  66  

Olive(r), 1 year old girl / boy, 1720-60   36 

Hebe, older lady in caraco jacket 1720-80  56  

Huxley, older gentleman in banyan 1720-1800  56 

The adults are dressed informally, to take their ease about the house. The gent's favourite room is probably the library.


Florence, Governess 1720-60   56  In stock

Clive, 5-6 year old boy 1720-60  46  

Rose, 7-8 year old girl 1720-60    56  In stock

Gervase, the Clergyman  56

Joseph, 7-8 year old boy 1720-60   49  No more in these fabrics but others possible

Felicity, lady in riding / outdoor costume 1720-70 66   

Susannah, 14/15 year old maidservant 1700-95  46  In stock

Silas, Coachman 1720-90   56  In stock

Kathleen, cook / servant 1700-95  46    No more in these fabrics but others possible

Daniel, footman 1720-95    66  In stock

Joshua, page boy 1720-95   56    The silver collar shows that sadly he is a slave, but if you'd prefer him to be free he could have a white cravat instead.

Molly, maidservant 1700-95   46   In stock 

Ethel, scullery maid 1720-95  36   In stock

Gaston, cook 1700-1800  46 

Reuben, kitchen boy 1700-1820   36 


Sadie, Lady's maid 1720-95 56  

Jonas, Butler / Valet  1720-95  46  In stock

Workman  46


Charlotte, lady 1785-95   46   Her gown is dark navy blue silk with subtle stripes of grey and purple, which don't really show in this picture.

Laura, 7-8 year old girl 1780-1800   36  In stock

Jeremy, gentleman 1785-95   56    His coat is now made from cloth rather than silk, with a stand-fall collar and no cuffs. 

Christopher, 7-8 year old boy 1780-1820   36    In stock

Commissioned ladies of 1785-95, repeatable to order.

The younger one in green is 66 and the older in plum is 56

The third young lady in lilac now has a name, Jocelyn  66   


Charles, gentleman 1770-95  56  In stock

Portia, lady with big hat 1785-95 59    Another indecisive lady, with a choice of two fabrics. #1 in black and white, #2 in blue. Both In stock


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Commissions (could be repeated to order)

Seth, Smuggler / pirate / general ne'er do well  56 

Smuggler #2

Brandon, 'Romantic' gentleman 1770-95  56 

Mabel, landlady, based on a real person who was noted for her large red mobcap  56 

Inigo, highwayman. Undoubtedly this is a 'dandy highwayman'.  His sword and pistols were made by Warwick Miniatures (now owned by Phoenix).  69

Nancy, young woman wearing straw hat  66


Officers of the British Navy in the late 18th century.

Left to right are Humphrey the Admiral, 66 

a Junior Lieutenant, Senior Lieutenant  66 each

and  Elliot, the Captain / Commander.  66

Peg-leg Pete, pirate (retired - possibly! If not retired he may need a sword and pistol)  66 

Lavender, street trader or similar  66  No more in these fabrics

Piers, Army Officer 1770-95  66 

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