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1700s Womens Clothing


1700s Womens Clothing

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Fitting and Proper Round Gown

Fitting and Proper Round Gown

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Robe à l'Anglaise, Pensnylvania/United States, c,. 1775-1780s. White and blue striped cotton. This gown is a rare surviving example of the type worn by servants and the lower classes, or by middle class women for informal wear.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Round Gown (Robe à l'anglaise)

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English or French, about 1790

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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"Marius-system" silk umbrella, circa 1715, French school

"Marius-system" umbrella | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris

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Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp

Drawstring Bag, 1775 - 1800, American or European, silk, Width - 10-1/2 inches

"Augusta Auctions closeup of embroidery on silk reticule" "18th C white silk satin, paper stiffened round base, polychrome sprig embroidery & tambour stitch leaf wreath around base, Ht 9.5", Wd 9.25",

Augusta Auctions

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Apron Date: first quarter 18th century Culture: British Medium: silk, metal thread

Apron | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Fashion 18th Century ball gown dress ensemble costume circa from 1752-1775. Made from very fine silk, lace and trim with embroidered small flower floral pattern in off white woven into the pale blue background. Hat decorated with millinery flower.

Dress Ensemble | Museum of London

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La petite reveuse, Jean-François Gilles Colson (1733-1803)

Jean-François Gilles Colson (1733 - 1803, French)

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Cotton/linen gown c1774, Met Accession Number: 26.38a–d

Dress | American

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1775 home costume of silk

Natmus.dk - mange museer i et - Nationalmuseet

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1720-1750 Dress, Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur og Design

A FINE CHINTZ CLOAK 1790s chocolate brown chintz with a cream and turquoise floral print, the hood and edges deeply pleated, and lined in cream flannel with a scarlet floral print and a tan print cotton

Ladies’ Fan 18th century with genre scenes

Fur trimmed capes and over-sized muffs were the winter fashion uniform of the 1780s.

Riding coat, ca. 1760, British, silk, goat hair

Riding coat | British

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1700-1725, England - Jacket - Embroidered linen with silks, silk ribbon, lined with silk

Jacket | V&A Search the Collections

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Skirt Date: late 18th century Culture: British Medium: linen

Skirt | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Costume Plate (Tricoteuse 1793) | LACMA Collections

Costume Plate (Tricoteuse 1793) | LACMA Collections

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Caraco bodice, 1770s. Ivory silk striped in gold and copper tones with fine red and lime lines, lined in apricot and green stripes silk with embroidered buttons.

A lady's striped silk caraco bodice, 1770s, of

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dress of 1793 which originally belonged to a boatwoman on the River Seine in Paris. A Frenchwoman - married to an Englishman - was escaping from the terrors of the French Revolution and borrowed this dress to conceal her identity. Her ruse was successful and she reached England. The dress is now owned by the family into which her granddaughter married. The pattern is therefore of an extremely rare garment, being both closely dated and from the ordinary working class.

Mercy Otis Warren - Brilliant satirist and propagandist. On British list to be hanged.

About Mercy Otis Warren

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Verkaufsresultate von MarianneLoir auf artnet Marianne Loir (französisch, 1715 - 1769) Titel: Portrait présumée de la comtesse de Blois Medium: painting on canvas Größe: 73 x 58,5 cm (28,7 x 23 in)

Portrait présumée de la comtesse de Blois von MarianneLoir

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front, 1780-1800, embroidered linen apron, 32" long, 44" wide

Digital Collection -Apron

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