Regency Furniture


From the British Ackermann's Repository 1809-1812
("The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics")


The true “Regency Era” refers to the time in Great Britain when King George III’s son, the Prince of Wales, ruled as his proxy as Prince Regent from 1811 to 1820. When focusing on fashion and furniture the term more loosely refers to the period from 1795 to 1820.

"The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics" (1809-1828), commonly known as Ackermann's Repository, was a Regency era British monthly magazine that made its debut in London in 1809. Each Regency era issue contained luxurious color plates of Regency fashion and decorating ideas. Although the British publication was primarily a fashion periodical it did contain some colorful plates of Regency furniture. 


Regency Furniture from Ackermann's Repository

Regency Furniture


Regency "Ladies Toilette" and Regency "Footstool" from 1809 issue of Ackermann's Repository.


Regency Furniture


Ladies Regency Secretarie and Regency Parlor Chair
Regency Furniture
Regency French Sofa and Regency Drawing Room Chair
Regency Furniture
Regency Cabinet and Regency Dwarf Table

French Drapery Window Curtains
A paladian window of three divisions is decorated by curtains of blue
and lilac silk and taffeta.

Regency Window Curtains
Simple elegant drapery suspended on brass rosettes and
ornamented with cord and tassels.