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Dress, 1775-80 (looks later to me)...{and to me, more like regency period} From the National Trust

Day dress Date: 1775 - 1780 Materials: Silk Collection: Springhill, County Londonderry (Accredited Museum) National Trust Inventory Number: 603182

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

OPEN FASHION ID There's a name for this type of fabric and what it's doing in the light!

1800-10

Pink and cream silk gauze dress, August Auctions: “Pink silk satin Empire bodice and short, puffed sleeves, skirt of cream leno weave gauze brocaded with pink flowers woven en disposition.

Robe a l'Anglaise, 1770, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum .  Example of a petticoat flounced with a sheer, and the bodice trimmed in a contrastin material

Robe a l'Anglaise, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum . Example of a petticoat flounced with a sheer fabric, and the bodice trimmed in a contrasting material.

1810s dress

Living with Jane: Historical Sew Fortnightly: Challenge Eastern Infulence and The Jane Austen Festival

Round gown, silk lined with linen in the bodice, late 1790s, American.

Green Dress, American, late Silk with linen underbodice, and silk drawstring - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

ephemeral-elegance: “ Woven Half Mourning Dress, ca. 1790-1800  (Did they have mourning attire rules in 1790?  I thought that was more a thing in place once Victoria lost Albert?) ”

ephemeral-elegance: “ Woven Half Mourning Dress, ca. (Did they have mourning attire rules in I thought that was more a thing in place once Victoria lost Albert?

Ball gown, ca. 1842, British

Ball gown Date: ca. 1842 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 51 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Designated Purchase Fund, 1984

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