18th Cent Misc
18th Cent Misc
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patchwork jacket, 1770-1790, Nordiska museet, Sweden. 1700-talskofta av siden sydd av en mängd olika klänningstyger av siden skurna i trekanter och sammansydd i lappteknik, s.k. skarvsöm. Där tygerna inte räckt till samma trekantsform har man sytt ihop flera små bitar till en trekant. Tygerna är en provkarta på vanliga färger och tyger från 1700-talets mitt och framåt.
18Th Century Jackets, Patchwork Jackets, Digital Museums Him, 1700S Jackets, Caraco 1700S, 17701790, Nordiska Museet, Century Clothing, Dresses Fabrics
Caraco 1700s jacket of silk sewn by a variety of dress fabrics of silk cut into triangles and sewn together in the piecing, Where fabrics are not sufficient to the same triangular shape has been stitched together several small pieces into a three some. The fabrics are a sample of standard colors and fabrics from the mid-1700s onwards
Digitalt Museum - Kofta 1770-90
patchwork jacket, 1770-1790, Nordiska Museet, Sweden. 1700s jacket of silk sewn by a variety of dress fabrics of silk cut into triangles and sewn together in the piecing, so called skarvsöm.
Robe à la Française, detail - 1760-70, French - the MET [Nice view showing the plain fabric of the top/back of the petticoat, hidden under the gown, as well as the drawstrings for arranging over side hoops and the hook and ring that closes the waistband.]
1700 1800, 1760 70, Historical Fashion, 1700S, Silk Brocade, 18Th Century, The Mode, The Blasts, 1700 S
Detail underskirt, robe à la Française, France, 1760-1770. Blue silk brocade with floral design, cotton.
Dames a la Mode: 18th Century > trick with little hoops
The Merry Dressmaker's instructions: En Fourreau Back - The Lazy Dressmaker's Version
Drapes Direction, Dressmaker Version, Easy Tutorials, 18Th Century, Lazy, Dressmaking Version, Dressmaker Instructions, Clever Alternative, Body'S Dresses Form
The Merry Dressmaker: En Fourreau Back - The Lazy Dressmaker's Version - Clever alternative to draping directly on the body/dress form
Quick and Easy tutorial on how to pleat an en-fourreau back gown. I am going to try this.
The Merry Dressmaker: En Fourreau Back - The Lazy Dressmakers Version
Caraco ca. 1775-90 From the Musée Galliera
Toile Imprimé, Art Décoratif, Vers 1775 1790, Les Art, Frange De, 18Th Century, Art Decoratifs, 1700, Caraco
1775-1790 - Jupe et caraco, France. Toile imprimée et pinceautée, frange de passementerie Musée de la Mode et du textile, Museum of fashion and textiles © Les Arts Décoratifs / photo : Jean Tholance
caraco and jupe! from Les arts Decoratifs. Toile imprimée et pinceautée, frange de passementerie. c1775-90
George Romney: Catherine (Brouncker) Adye, later Catherine Willett, 1784-1785. From the collection of The Huntington, object number 22.56 .
Fashion Dresses, Century Hats, Catherine Willett, Catherine Brouncker, George Romney Painting, 18Th Century, Catherine Zeta-Jon, Silk Ribbons, Oil Painting
Catherine (Brouncker) Adye, later Catherine Willett, 1784-1785, painted by George Romney. She's wearing a fashionably oversized straw hat, garnished with looped silk ribbon and trailing a striped muslin veil.
Catherine (Brouncker) Adye, later Catherine Willett, 1784-1785, painted by George Romney. #painting #classic #art #Georgian #1700s
Catherine (Brouncker) Adye, later Catherine Willett, 1784-1785, painted by George Romney. - late Rococo hat with gorgeous ribbon decoration, fashion, dress, cape -
Jean-Louis Voille Portrait of Elisaveta Alexandrovna Demidov 1791-92
Voill Portraits, Elisaveta Alexandrovna, A Mini-Saia Jeans, Jeanloui Voill, Art, Century Portraits, 18Th Century, Alexandrovna Demidov, Jeans Louis Voill
1781-82 Jean Louis Voille. Portrait of Catherine Stroganova as a child
Jean-Louis Voille Portrait of Elisaveta Alexandrovna Demidov 1791-92 Via American Duchess
louise vigee le brun art | ヴィジェ＝ルブラン（Marie Élisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun ...
Dress; Open robe - Silk. Edge to edge opening, square neck, lappets below waist. Underarm seam. Back en fourreau with pleats facing centre back. Sleeves - 3 darts at head. Strips run round sleeve. Open robe National Trust Inventory Number 1348729 Category Costume Date 1770 Materials Glazed cotton, Linen, Silk, Wool Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)
18Thcentury, Simon Harry, Century Clothing, 18Th Century, 1770, Glaze Cotton, National Trust, Open Robe, Snowshill Manor
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1770 Glazed cotton, Linen, Silk, Wool - Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris
Open robe National Trust Inventory Number 1348729 Date 1770 Materials Glazed cotton, Linen, Silk, Wool Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)
Day dress, ca. 1793; MFA 51.1968
Round Gowns, Transitional Style, Historical Fashion, Historical Clothing, 1790 S, Late 1790S, Green Dress, Day Dresses, 18Th Century
Dress [Front View]. American, late 1790s. Silk with linen underbodice. Drawstring neck and waist. From the MFA Boston: 51.1968 Possible inspiration for green dress?
Day dress, ca. 1793; MFA 51.1968 late-18th-c-luv
Transitional style dress, dated late 1790s, United States.
Round gown, silk lined with linen in the bodice, late 1790s, American.
Dress (Robe à l'Anglaise) (gaulle?) - Met
Quarter 18Th, Silk Robe, Silk Dresses, 1700 1800, 1790S, 1700 Tal, 1700 1725, Dresses Robe, 18Th Century
Last quarter 18th Century, America - Silk Robe à l'Anglaise
Silk Dress (Robe à , last quarter 18th century
robe à corsage en rideau et dos ajusté 1790s
The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots - now THAT's the back of a pierrot!
The Duchess, Gossip Guide, Museums Exhibitions, Historical Fashion, Historical Clothing, 1700S, 18Th Century, Devonshire Gossip, 1700 S
The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots
Open robe à l’anglaise1785
L Anglaise1785, Dos En, Wedding Gowns, En Fourreau, 18Th Century, Blue Wool, Open Robe, Blue Colonial, 1700 S
Robe à l'anglais, dos en fourreau.
Blue colonial wedding gown, back
Back view, robe à l'Anglaise (wedding gown), Massachusetts, 1785. Blue wool.
Open robe à l’anglaise 1785 Here’s a robe à l’anglaise, which has a form-fitting back instead of the panels of fabric distinctive of the française. This anglaise is also referred to as en fourreau, because the back panels extend from the neck to the hem.
“Mrs. Epes Sargent (Catherine Osborne),” 1764
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Selfportrait of Anna Bacherini Piattoli wearing a Brunswick. 1764. The Brunswick comprises a hip-length jacket with a high neckline and a hood, worn with a matching petticoat. The jacket sleeves consist of an upper sleeve with flounces at the elbow and a tight, wrist-length lower sleeve. The Brunswick is one of several informal jacket-and-petticoat costumes popular in the later 18th century, derived from working class costume but made up in fine fabrics.
"Mrs. Epes Sargent (Catherine Osborne)" by John Singleton Copley (1764) in riding habit
Mrs. Epes Sargent II (Catherine Osborne) by John Singleton Copley, 1764
1750s habit jacket at the V
Fashion, 1750S, Costumes, Clothing, 18Th Century, Riding Habits, Albert Museums, Riding Jackets, Riding Outfit
1750s blue riding habit (Victoria and Albert Museum - London UK) From demodecouture.com:2011:02:18th-century-riding-habitses I love ladies menswear/sports clothes
Excellent example of a mid 18th century woman's riding jacket, echoing the masculine right down to the color, cuffs, buttons. Circa 1750s The Victoria & Albert Museum @V_and_A
A riding habit has more of a masculine look. Masculine touches on riding habits included mariner's cuffs and fabrics and trims that were seen on naval uniforms. This was considered very fashionable in the 18th century and was worn for traveling, visiting, or walking.
Camlet riding jacket lined with silk, English, 1750-59. Women’s riding outfits, known as ‘riding habits’, of the 18th century adapted elements of men’s dress. This jacket of the 1750s is styled after a man’s coat, although it has been modified with a waist seam to fit over stays and a wide petticoat. A narrow straight collar attached at the back neck and buttoning in front added protection on chilly rides. The fine tailoring and plain aspect of this jacket is typical of 18th century women’s riding habits.
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tutorial for 18th c. style hair - click through