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1750-75 French Silk Court suit

Court suit | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Romantic period cotton dress, circa 1830. Made from white cotton with inserts of embroidered net lace, dainty pleated bodice, and exaggerated gigot sleeves. They first appeared around 1830, making the waist appear smaller and emphasizing female curves. The emblematic full gigot sleeves have long narrow, ruched cuffs. The ruching is held in place with narrow bands of lace outlined with corded piping. The sleeves close with tiny thread-covered buttons.

1830 White Cotton Early Bodice Huge Gigot Sleeves Piped Seams Wonderful Example | eBay seller heartnsoul1, late 1820's, early 1830s, fine stitching, back hook & eye closure, piped seams, interior bone button back bodice with tapes at interior sleeves for the feather sleeve extenders; bust: 28" high waist: 23"; sleeve length: 23"; length: abt 14"

c. 1780.

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Embroidered jacket; English; 1610-15.

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Coat, boy's, reddish-brown wool, black braided trim, 1837