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Quilted Petticoats

Time for the quilted petticoats & great coats! Red satin-woven worsted petticoat, hand-quilted with silk thread, wool batting, 1758. Connecticut Historical Society. I would wear this tomorrow with tights, black boots & cropped sweater. You?

Woman's Petticoat American, 1750s United States DIMENSIONS 99 x 86.4 cm (39 x 34 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Quilted silk, cotton twill, and glazed wool CLASSIFICATION Costumes ACCESSION NUMBER 47.1022 MFA Boston

Woman's Petticoat

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Petticoat American, Colonial, mid-18th century Massachusetts, United States DIMENSIONS 267 x 97 cm (105 1/8 x 38 3/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Quilted silk satin with linen plain weave lining quilted with silk thread; cotton drawstring, cotton plain weave waist band, silk plain weave pocket (added later) CLASSIFICATION Costumes ACCESSION NUMBER 59.454 MFA Boston

Petticoat | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Yellow quilted silk petticoat Probably American, 18th century DIMENSIONS 96 x 103 cm (37 13/16 x 40 9/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Quilted silk, worsted twill lining, glazed cotton header, linen tape waistband, silk plain weave hem binding tape, cotton batting MFA

Yellow quilted silk petticoat

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Quilted petticoat, ca. 1750; Winterthur, 1969.5327

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1750; Winterthur, 1969.1110

Quilted petticoat, ca. 1760; Winterthur, 1959.0118.0004

Woman's Quilted Petticoat Made in England, Europe or United States, North and Central America c. 1749 Artist/maker unknown, American or English Light blue silk satin, off-white glazed wool plain weave, medium blue wool batting, light blue silk satin ribbon, light blue silk plain weave ribbon Length: 37 inches (94 cm) Lower edge: 116 1/2 inches (295.9 cm) Currently not on view 1933-47-1

Woman's Quilted Petticoat Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America Mid- 18th century Artist/maker unknown, American Light blue plain weave silk, unbleached wool batting, glazed medium blue plain weave wool lining, light blue silk thread quilting, light blue plain weave silk ribbon 37 x 132 inches (94 x 335.3 cm) Currently not on view 1900-49

Woman's Quilted Petticoat Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America c. 1780 Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by Rebecca Edghill Mifflin, American, born 1727. Light blue silk satin, glazed ivory wool plain weave, unbleached wool batting; quilted in blue silk thread; silk plain weave ribbon; ivory linen plain weave; ivory cotton braided tape and multicolored striped plain weave tape (not original) Length: 38 inches Lower Edge: 109 inches

Petticoat, quilted blue satin 1750-1775 Origin: England OL 35" Waist 22" Silk satin; glazed natural tabby wool back; natural wool batting. Museum Purchase Acc. No. 1941-211,2

Williamsburg quilted petticoat Acc. No. 1974-658

Kingsbury, Rebecca fabric: English; quilting: American (1713-1807) petticoat 1730-1740 Clothing textile: silk, plain weave wool, linen overall: 38 1/2in x 40 1/2in; 97.79cm x 102.87cm HD 2000.72.3 (Historic Deerfield) John W. and Christiana G. P. Batdorf Fund

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textile: English; garment: American petticoat circa 1750 Clothing textile: yellow plain weave silk (taffeta); green plain weave wool; batting HD F.122 (Historic Deerfield) Mrs. Helen Geier Flynt

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Calamanco Quilted Petticoat Object Name Petticoat Object # 1993.300.362 Description Bright pink, quilted, pettcoat lined with brown linsey/woolsey. Called a ”calamanco” petticoat. Date 1760-1800 Subjects Clothing & dress   Underwear   Women

1985.7.1Petticoat with cream wool exterior and bottom border with trees, animals, birds, top is diamonds and leaf pattern. The waist is plain linen, lining is also linen white with dark and light blue vertical stripes. rihs.minisisinc.c...

Petticoat fabric: English; garment: English or American petticoat 1770-1800 Clothing textile: light green, loom-woven quilted satin-weave silk, light green, satin-weave silk, and light green silk tape overall: 39in x 26in; 99.06cm x 66.04cm HD F.495A (Historic Deerfield) Gift of Mrs. Arthur F. Draper

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United States, probably Rhode Island, Petticoat AIC Silk, plain weave; backed with wool, plain weave; quilted with silk thread; batting of wool; top edge facing of wool, twill weave; skirt and side binding of silk, satin damask weave 107.4 x 344.8 cm (42 1/4 x 135 3/4 in.) Textile Purchase Fund, 1974.147

United States Woman’s Petticoat, 18th century Costume/clothing underwear/lower body, Linsey woolsey, wool, quilted and stuffed, 33 1/2 x 102 in. (85.1 x 259.1 cm) Costume Council Fund (M.88.122.1) Costume and Textiles Department.

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France, Provence Petticoat, 1795-1820 Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body, Silk plain weave, quilted, 40 3/4 x 94 1/2 in. (103.51 x 240.03 cm) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grieve (M.79.237.7) Costume and Textiles Department.

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England Woman’s Robe à l’Anglaise, circa 1730 Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body; Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body, a) Robe à l’anglaise: Brocaded silk taffeta, linen lining; b) Petticoat: Quilted silk, a) Robe à l’anglaise center back length: 56 1/2 in. (143.51 cm); b) Petticoat center back length: 36 1/2 in. (92.71 cm) Mrs. Alice F. Schott Bequest (M.67.8.73a-b) Costume and Textiles Department.

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Quilted Petticoat about 1750-1780 Clothing Maker:Made by Unknown Hand-stitched silk and wool with wool batting Primary Dimensions (length x hem circumference): 39 1/4 x 111 1/2in. (99.7 x 283.2cm) Credit Line: Gift of Katharine Beebe

Quilted Petticoat about 1750-1780 Clothing Maker:Made by Unknown Hand-stitched silk and wool, with wool batting, linen tapes, and cotton tapes Primary Dimensions (length x circumference at hem): 37 x 106 1/2in. (94 x 270.5cm) Credit Line: Museum purchase