Coat. 1790 Met museum
Pair of Woman's Shoes England, 1793-1798 Costumes; Accessories Silk satin with sequins and metallic passementerie, and leather Overall: 2 1/...
HILLESTRÖM Pehr, Snr, 1733-1816 (Sweden), ETT FRUENTIMMER SOM STRYKER , 1795
"Caraco jacket, Europe, c. 1790. White cotton printed with a brown leaf meander."
(left) Dress, yellow silk faille, c. 1770, USA (possibly), Museum purchase. / (right) Men’s coat, yellow silk, c. 1790, USA (possibly), Museum purchase.
A LADY'S CARACO JACKET OF PRINTED COTTON CIRCA 1790 Images A LADY'S CARACO JACKET OF PRINTED COTTON Enlarge & Zoom Price Realized (Set Currency) £15,000 ($25,005) Sales totals are hammer price plus buyer’s premium and do not reflect costs, financing fees or application of buyer’s or seller’s credits pierrot jacket, fashion, print cotton, cotton print, 18th centuri, white cotton, jackets, circa 1790, caraco jacket
A LADY'S PIERROT JACKET OF PRINTED COTTON, CIRCA 1790
Dress: ca. 1795, woven silk, linen, metal.
Pink and cream silk bodice (replica petticoat and overskirt), 1790-1795 and Silk polonaise gown, c.1780 Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove
Open robe dress, 1795. In this English example of an Empire dress, French style is slavishly followed in the gown's high waist and modish stripes. But for all its classicizing details and shape, the gown retains vestiges of the ancien régime in its open-robe construction. regenc, costum, fashion, gowns, dresses, the dress, museum, open robe, dressing up
1795 Open Robe
Left: English dress and petticoat, c. 1790- 95, Center: French round gown, c. 1790-5 both held by the Kyoto Costume Institute, Right: India, dress of Lady Chambers of Calcutta, c. 1795-1800, property of Martin Kamer.
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Embroidered cotton and silk evening dress, probably British, ca. 1795.
ca. 1795 cotton print gown
A printed spencer and petticoat, c. 1795-1800.