Chatelaines and Chains History Notes Book 9

Women in charge of houses and estates wore long chains holding important household items around their waist e.g. keys to bedrooms, storerooms, or tea supplies. Essential items were also carried eg. notebook and pen, a watch, sewing items, vinaigrette or perfume, or a magnifying glass. Early chatelaine were simple essentials. Later chatelaine were decorative and expensive. More
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About Suzi Love

I now live in a sunny part of Australia after spending many years in developing countries in the South Pacific. My greatest loves are traveling, anywhere and everywhere, meeting crazy characters, and visiting the Australian outback.

I adore history, especially the many-layered society of the late Regency to early Victorian eras. In and around London, my titled heroes and heroines may live a privileged and gay life but I also love digging deeper into the grittier and seamier levels of British life and write about the heroes and heroines who challenge traditional manners, morals, and occupations, either through necessity or desire.

Tag Line- Making history fun, one year at a time

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About the Series: History Notes
A non-fiction series for history and fashion buffs and for writers of Georgian, Regency, and Victorian fiction and nonfiction. Notes and lots of photos highlight exciting topics throughout history, concentrating on the late 1700s until the early 1900s.

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