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18th Century Dining Fashion and wit may have been more of a priority than hygiene in the age of Enlightenment, with the subjects of Britain having a reputation for being...well, rather gross.  Casanova's sensibilities were shaken as he toured St James's Park and saw, "hinder parts of persons relieving nature in the bushes..." Casanova was rather shocked at the Bosh-like qualities of the metropolis and went on to say that people were even relieving themselves in the middles of the street…

Century Dining This table setting was before the time of Emma, however you can still see the careful detail to the planning and luxurious looks

Derby Porcelain Sweetmeat Stand, circa 1758-1760.

For Sale on - Painted in blues and pale aqua with two tiers of scallop shell dishes that are decorated with a pattern of blue flowers.

Table d'apparat exposé dans le cadre de l'exposition "L'heure du souper ou l'art du bien manger aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles" au Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux

Table d'apparat exposé dans le cadre de l'exposition "L'heure du souper ou l'art du bien manger aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles" au Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design de Bordeaux

The Kitchen Maid, ca. 1780, Charles Macret (French), after Gerrit Dou (Dutch), Engraving (17.3.1771)

The Kitchen Maid, ca. Charles Macret (French), after Gerrit Dou (Dutch), Engraving

Epergne full of desserts - marzipan, candied cherries, sponge fingers...  From The Art of Dinning in 18th Century England

Epergne full of desserts - marzipan, candied cherries, sponge fingers. From The Art of Dinning in Century England

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