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Dress, ca. 1812, England. Victoria and Albert Museum: "Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton. With a pattern of alternating stripes of close plain knitting and open work. The sleeves and a band inserted around the neck are also in knitted cotton with a smaller pattern of alternating plain and open work." (Click through for more pictures.)

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Dress made of warp-knitted fabric, probably cotton, and silk ribbon, England, ca. 1812. Museum Number T.268-1971.

Jean-Alexandre Maricot, Portrait of a young lady (detail), 1812

Jean-Alexandre Maricot, Portrait of a young lady (detail), 1812

Costume Parisien, Chapeau de velours frisé et robe de mérinos, 1812

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais

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Wedding Slippers  The Met  Date:      1812  Culture:      American  Medium:      leather

Wedding slippers | American | The Met

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The Legend of Dolley Madison’s Red Velvet Dress At the National Portrait Gallery, a fiery red velvet dress steals the attention of visitors to "1812: A Nation Emerges," a new exhibition commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812.

Regency Printed Gowns

Dress (back view): ca. 1800-1810, Dutch, embroidery done in India, loosely woven cotton, decorated with floral motif embroidered in multicoloured silk.

Dress (back view): ca. 1800-1810, Dutch, embroidery done in India, loosely woven cotton, decorated with floral motif embroidered in multicoloured silk.

PRINTED COTTON ROUND GOWN, ENGLISH, c. 1800, Augusta Auctions

Augusta Auctions

PRINTED COTTON ROUND GOWN, ENGLISH, c. 1800, Augusta Auctions

Dress (ladies). Floral motif. Dark blue with scattered flowers printed in white and light blue. Linen / flax printed. Around 1825 - 1830. Dimensions: height 133 cm. National Swiss Museum http://webcollection.landesmuseen.ch/de/php/detail.php?id=6519=25=20jh==305=159=mix

American rural indigo cotton print dress, c.1795-1810 This transitional-style dress, difficult to accurately date, [was] remade from an earlier garment... According to oral provenance, the dress came from an Amherst, New Hampshire estate... The bodice was shortened and the skirt made slimmer in the early 19th century style. The extra fabric from the skirt could have been used to make new long, loose sleeves. The dress is totally hand sewn and closes in front with a drawstring on the skirt.

#1866 Cotton print dress at VintageTextile.com

American rural indigo cotton print dress, c.1795-1810 This transitional-style dress, difficult to accurately date, [was] remade from an earlier garment... According to oral provenance, the dress came from an Amherst, New Hampshire estate... The bodice was shortened and the skirt made slimmer in the early 19th century style. The extra fabric from the skirt could have been used to make new long, loose sleeves. The dress is totally hand sewn and closes in front with a drawstring on the skirt.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

1815

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Dress    Place of origin:  Britain, United Kingdom (made)    Date:  ca. 1814 (made)    Artist/Maker:  unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Printed cotton    Credit Line:  Given by Messrs Harrods Ltd    Museum number:  T.674-1913    Gallery location:  In Storage

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Dress, ca. 1814 (made). Museum Number T.674-1913.

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1815

Day Dress: ca. 1815-1818, English, roller printed cotton, neck and overlapping fronts are edged with ruched frill, skirt is cut straight with two widths like a falling apron front, the sleeves are extremely long, bunching at the cuffs.

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1815-1818. The soft color of this printed cotton gown is nice. I like the bodice shape.

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1805-1810 Pattern included

MHS_MauveCotton1973_37

Day Dress, Cotton, American, 1815-1820. Greene collection, Genesee Country Village & Museum. Example of roller print.

A Tale Of Two Dresses

Today's features from the Greene Collection are two beautiful early 19th century ladies dresses. The first is an entirely hand stitched turquoise green with copper roller-print on white cotton ground. It has a high waist, a gathered bust, and drawstrings at the center and base of the short sleeves and around the bust. It has a frill around hem and has a slight trained effect. Interestingly the back frill was not hemmed. This would have been a simple day dress. It is considered important for…

'Everyday' and very lovely. Printed cotton dress 1810-1814 Bath Fashion Museum

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'Everyday' and very lovely. Printed cotton dress 1810-1814 Bath Fashion Museum

GCV_RollerPrintGown

GCV_RollerPrintGown

1816 Costume Parisien. Hat of straw. Muslin dress.

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Dress and Spencer 1810-1815 The Victoria  Albert Museum

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Dress and Spencer 1810-1815 The Victoria & Albert Museum

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1812 Fashions - Regency Sisters

Dress (back view): ca. 1800-1810, Dutch, embroidery done in India, loosely woven cotton, decorated with floral motif embroidered in multicoloured silk.

Dress (back view): ca. 1800-1810, Dutch, embroidery done in India, loosely woven cotton, decorated with floral motif embroidered in multicoloured silk.

PRINTED COTTON ROUND GOWN, ENGLISH, c. 1800, Augusta Auctions

Augusta Auctions

PRINTED COTTON ROUND GOWN, ENGLISH, c. 1800, Augusta Auctions

Dress (ladies). Floral motif. Dark blue with scattered flowers printed in white and light blue. Linen / flax printed. Around 1825 - 1830. Dimensions: height 133 cm. National Swiss Museum http://webcollection.landesmuseen.ch/de/php/detail.php?id=6519=25=20jh==305=159=mix

American rural indigo cotton print dress, c.1795-1810 This transitional-style dress, difficult to accurately date, [was] remade from an earlier garment... According to oral provenance, the dress came from an Amherst, New Hampshire estate... The bodice was shortened and the skirt made slimmer in the early 19th century style. The extra fabric from the skirt could have been used to make new long, loose sleeves. The dress is totally hand sewn and closes in front with a drawstring on the skirt.

#1866 Cotton print dress at VintageTextile.com

American rural indigo cotton print dress, c.1795-1810 This transitional-style dress, difficult to accurately date, [was] remade from an earlier garment... According to oral provenance, the dress came from an Amherst, New Hampshire estate... The bodice was shortened and the skirt made slimmer in the early 19th century style. The extra fabric from the skirt could have been used to make new long, loose sleeves. The dress is totally hand sewn and closes in front with a drawstring on the skirt.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1800-1810, self-striped and printed with foliate bands in shades of buff and blue, with apron-fall to bodice and skirt front, the bodice held in place by buttons and loops, empire line linen inner-bodice panels with draw-string, button fastened waistband, bust approx 28in, 71cm This dress has been on display at the Jane Austen museum over the last decade.

1815

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Dress    Place of origin:  Britain, United Kingdom (made)    Date:  ca. 1814 (made)    Artist/Maker:  unknown (production)    Materials and Techniques:  Printed cotton    Credit Line:  Given by Messrs Harrods Ltd    Museum number:  T.674-1913    Gallery location:  In Storage

Dress | V&A Search the Collections

Dress, ca. 1814 (made). Museum Number T.674-1913.

1815

1815

Day Dress: ca. 1815-1818, English, roller printed cotton, neck and overlapping fronts are edged with ruched frill, skirt is cut straight with two widths like a falling apron front, the sleeves are extremely long, bunching at the cuffs.

Home | Manchester Art Gallery

From historical collections to international contemporary art, Manchester Art Gallery brings fresh perspectives, encourages conversations and sparks debate.

1815-1818. The soft color of this printed cotton gown is nice. I like the bodice shape.

Collections | Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery and Platt Hall hold the city's world-class art collections, with over 25,000 objects of fine art, decorative art & costume.

1805-1810 Pattern included

MHS_MauveCotton1973_37

Day Dress, Cotton, American, 1815-1820. Greene collection, Genesee Country Village & Museum. Example of roller print.

A Tale Of Two Dresses

Today's features from the Greene Collection are two beautiful early 19th century ladies dresses. The first is an entirely hand stitched turquoise green with copper roller-print on white cotton ground. It has a high waist, a gathered bust, and drawstrings at the center and base of the short sleeves and around the bust. It has a frill around hem and has a slight trained effect. Interestingly the back frill was not hemmed. This would have been a simple day dress. It is considered important for…

'Everyday' and very lovely. Printed cotton dress 1810-1814 Bath Fashion Museum

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'Everyday' and very lovely. Printed cotton dress 1810-1814 Bath Fashion Museum

GCV_RollerPrintGown

GCV_RollerPrintGown

1816 Costume Parisien. Hat of straw. Muslin dress.

M5053MA_214X03X00093_L_2

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