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Robe à la francaise, c. 1765-70.

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Klänning, SLM 8971, 1760s-80, Sörmlands museum, provenance points to Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841)

Woman's Dress (Robe à l'anglaise). Made in United States, 1780s. Peach silk satin.

Robe a l'Anglaise Date: ca. 1770 Culture: British Medium: Silk, wool, cotton Accession Number: 2009.300.7641

Robe a l'Anglaise | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vintage Fan: 18th Century French c1785 - skin mount painted with early balloning scenes , sticks of red lacquer by CharmaineZoe, via Flickr

Robe à la Polonaise 1780 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The guillotine blade that was used to behead Marie Antoinette during the French Revolution on 16 October 1793. The blade is on display at Madame Tussauds in London.

English silk brocade dress, 1789

Charleston Museum Blog: President’s Day - George Washington

Swedish dress, ca. 1780. I like this one for its unusual belt-and because I have mostly English and American dresses from this period on this board, so the contrast is unique.

Robe à la Française, France: ca. 1740 (Louis XV era), silk satin brocade damask.

Portrait of a young Marie Antoinette, painted for the King of France to approve the match between herself and the Dauphin.

Period: 18th Century - Sack dress Material: Embroidered thai silk, dyed lace, decorative flowers