pink silk coat was worn by a Frenchman in the court of Louis XVI in the 18th century.
Mother of Pearl fan mid 18th century, V museum collection
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Petticoat OASC Add to MyMet Share Permalink Download Full screen Additional Images (2) Petticoat Date: 1795 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 36 in. (91.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Alvah E. Reed, 1965 Accession Number: 2009.300.894 Metropolitan Museum
Petticoat 1795 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
OMG that dress!
Open Robe peach tafetta, silk ribbon and fur edging. 1770's - 1780's.
1770′s corset with lacing at the centre back, panniers with slits in the sides to reach the pocket and petticoat with placket fastening at the centre back.
Second quarter of 18th century, America - Petticoat - Quilted silk satin with glazed wool lining and wool batting
A late 18th century Indian chintz jacket and shawl, paired with a European skirt in glazed printed cotton.
Woman's Dress (Robe à l'anglaise) 1780s
Robe à l’Anglaise 1780 The Kyoto Costume Institute
Dress 1780-1785 The Victoria & Albert Museum
Pair of Woman's Mitts | LACMA Collections Pair of Woman's Mitts Probably India for the Western market, 1700-1725 Costumes; Accessories Linen plain weave with silk embroidery Westerns Marketing, Feminine Fashion, Lacma Collection, Woman Mitt, 18Ème Siècle, Century Women, Women Mitt, 18Th Centuryaccessori, Indian Woman
1725 Pair of Woman's Mitts | LACMA Collections
Pair of Woman's Mitts | LACMA Collections
Layers of a 17th-18th Pannier Dress by TzarinaRegina
1780's Habit a la Francaise Outer Coat Collar Detail
Antique Dress - Item for Sale
Older textile worked into a 1780-90 gown - and then poorly dressed on a mannequin!
1780s; but GORGEOUS shape, awesome photos and detail and construction shots. I love the chemise, too!
Before the Automobile: 1780's stays
Mantua, England, Great Britain (made), France (woven), 1755-1760 (made), 1753-1755 (woven), Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn
Gown (reverse), 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. Cotton is quite coarse and probably produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London 1780S Fashion, 1780 S, Historical Fashion, Day Dresses, 18Th Century, 1700, Clothing Inspiration, Century Costumes, Century Fashion
1780's close-up back