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Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear. The beautifully patterned Spitalfields silk indicates a.

1866 black silk faille two-piece dress. Though it appears extremely formal and elegant to our contemporary eyes, it would have been worn to a dinner or reception, rather than the most formal of evening balls. The black ground creates a luxurious contrast to the multicolored floral sprays, which feature poppies, roses, and bleeding hearts among other flowers.

1866 black silk faille two-piece dress. Though it appears extremely formal and elegant to our contemporary eyes, it would have been worn to a dinner or reception, rather than the most formal of evening balls. The black ground creates a luxurious con

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Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear.

Dress    1780s    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Gown Place of origin: France (possibly, made) Date: ca. 1785 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk and printed cotton, lined with linen, hand-sewn

Details of Isabelle de Borchgrave's paper sculptures in historical paper costumes

Isabelle de Borchgrave - Les filles de Charles Emmanuel III, vers Two paper costumes of Charles Emmanuel III 's daughters, part of a series permanently exhibited at the Venaria Reale (Turin, Italy), October Dimensions : 60 cm x 47 cm x 110 cm.

18th century 'open gown' - fabric woven about 1736-38, possibly in Spitalfields, London, the gown made about 1770-80.

century 'open gown' - fabric woven about possibly in Spitalfields, London, the gown made about

Ca. 1760 Dress

Rokoko - bis Robe a la 'Anglaise, England, circa silk brocade, metallic thread.

Robe à la Française    1770    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress (Robe à la Française), French, silk, c Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Overjapon met pli Watteau van crèmekleurige zijde, in geel geborduurd met ranke, breed uitgemeten bloem- en bladranken., anonymous, 1740 - 1745 - Rijksmuseum

Ca 1740 - 1745 embroidered silk gown, Netherlands - Rijksmuseum

Dress (image 1) | British | 1725 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.64.14

Dress Date: ca. 1725 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 55 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1964 Accession Number:

ca. 1735 (made)
1740-1750 (altered)
1780-1790 (altered)

Gown

Formal day dress, ca 1735 England (Spitalfields) (altered and the Victoria and Albert Museum “ By the the open robe was beginning to replace the mantua as formal day wear.

1730-1750, Europe - Robe à la Française - Silk, metal

Radiantly lovely golden dress, circa 1730 - 40 (Robe à la Française).

Dress ca. 1700, silk ca. 1680

Dress ca. silk ca. 1680 From Cora Ginsburg LLC

Robe à la Française - 1750-1775 - The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

1770 Woman's Closed Robe of Silk embroidery on silk-and-linen satin; linen lining, Probably English. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, USA.

Embroiders Jacket and Petticoat c. 1740

Mellom 1730 og 1750 (broderiet) / mellom 1770 og 1789 (antrekket) Look at that embroidery!

Gown

Gown

A woman's gown of linen tamboured in an all-over pattern of serpentine trails with flowers and leaves in shades of pink, green, yellow and red, with additional herringbone stitch.

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