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"Dress (Robe à l'Anglaise) 1785-1798 The apparent regularity of the pattern on this American-made dress suggests that the cotton was block-printed in England, but subtle differences in each vine, leaf, and flower indicate that they were meticulously hand-painted, revealing the fabric's Indian origins. The broad width of the yardage—forty-four inches—also points to Indian manufacture."
Robe a l'Anglaise, circa 1785-95
Historical Fashion, Historical Costumes, 1700S, 1785 95, 18Th Century, 1785 1795, L Anglaise, Met Museum, Metropolitan Museums
Robe à l’Anglaise 1785-1795 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Another style that was popular during the 18th Century was the robe a l'anglaise, which had a back that was fitted to the body, rather than the pleated "sack-back" shape of the robe a la francaise. The skirt was also more rounded. This American example from the 1780s is in cotton with the popular India Cloth-type floral print.
Met Museum- 1785-1795 American dress "Robe a L'Anglaise"
18th Century Picnic and my Accidental Royalist Robe pas Cher
Pair of Woman's Indoor Slip-on Shoes Probably France, circa 1785-1790. Metal thread and sequin embroidery on silk damask.
Lacma Collection, Antiques Shoes, Silk Damask, Sequins Embroidery, 1785 90 France, 18Th Century, France Probability, Circa 1785 1790, Indoor Shoes
Indoor shoes, 1785-90 France (probably), LACMA
Pair of Woman's Indoor Slip-on Shoes | LACMA Collections
Pair of Woman's Indoor Slip-on Shoes Probably France, circa 1785-1790 Metal thread & sequin embroidery on silk damask
Robe à l'anglaise [French] (1991.204a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Costumes, Dress, 1784 87, Gowns, Dresses, 18Th Century, L Anglaise, Met Museum, Metropolitan Museums
Robe à l’Anglaise 1783-1787 The Metropolitan Museum of Art - OMG that dress!
18th Century robe Anglaise | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1784 87 Robe à l'anglaise
Robe à l'anglaise, 1784–87 French, White muslin with hammered silver foliate diaper-patterned & red silk thread embroidery. Cotton emerged as a fashionable fabric in the 1780s with the chemise à la reine, the cotton shift favored by Marie Antoinette.One of the chief reasons the Lyon silk manufacturers railed against the reductive modern attire is that their luxurious silks were being abandoned for imported cottons from India, confirmed in the costume here by a weaver's mark in the selvage.
American Duchess: The Many Types of Late 18th Century Gowns. Robe a l'Anglaise came in various cuts, and changed throughout the later 18th century - some are open front bodices with stomachers or false fronts, some are closed front bodices with pins or buttons; some are 3/4 sleeves, some have long sleeves, etc.
White muslin robe a l'anglaise gown, French, 1784-87. It is white muslin with hammered silver foliate diaper patterned and red silk thread embroidery. Met Museum, Isabel Shults Fund, 1991.
1784-1787 Robe à l Anglaise
Circa 1785 Robe a l'anglaise, silk embroidered with silk with silk taffeta and tulle trim, probably French.
Clothing 1700S, 1785 Women, Women Dresses, 1700S Clothing, Woman Dresses, Historical Clothing, Damenkleid Robe, Dresses Robe, Landesmuseum Württemberg
Historical Clothing 1700's / 1785 Women's Dress (robe à l'anglaise)... ❤ liked on Polyvore
Damenkleid (Robe à l’anglaise) c 1785. [Landesmuseum Württemberg]
Ladies Dress (robe à l'anglaise), c. 1785, Landesmuseum Württemberg.
File:Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp, www.momu.be. Photo by Hugo Maertens, Bruges..jpg
18Thcentury, Prints Cotton, Festivals Attyr, Indian Chintz, Century Indian, 18Th Century, 1700, Bastile Day, Chintz Jackets
Festive Attyre: Dutch print madness
Chintz - Wikipedia #18thCentury
Image: 18th century Indian chintz jacket and shawl with a European glazed printed cotton skirt, Wikipedia
Robe à l’Anglaise, 1780s Les Arts Décoratifs
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Robe à l’Anglaise - 1780s - Les Arts Décoratifs
Designation: robe à l'anglaise , skirt Inventory number: UF 56-72-1 AB Created: France 1780-1785 , Louis XVI (époq.)
Caraco jacket in printed cotton, England, 1770-1790, skirt in quilted silk satin, 1750-1790. Jacoba de Jonge Collection in MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp
Quilt Silk, 1750 1790, Prints Cotton, Quilt Petticoats, Silk Satin, Historical Clothing, 18Th Century, Caraco Jackets, 1700
Caraco and quilted petticoat, 1770-90
Caraco jacket in printed cotton, 1770-1790, skirt in quilted silk satin, 1750-1790. Jacoba de Jonge Collection in MoMu - Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp, www.momu.be / Photo by Hugo Maertens, Bruges
Gown, robe à l'Anglaise of chintz, red distance with large multicolored flowers, body vest with buildings, being tucked skirt, pleated sleeves with elbow, square neckline
Chintz Robe, Eighteenth Century Clothing, 1780 Fashion, 1780 85, 18Th Century Gown, L Anglaise, 1700, Museums Rotterdam, 1780 1785
Robe a l’anglaise, 1780-1785. From the Museum Rotterdam
Red chintz robe à l'Anglaise, 1780-85.
1780-1789 I'Anglaise Dress Linen lining and open robe. From the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, MA
1780-1789 I'Anglaise Dress Linen lining and open robe. colonial dress
American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts
1785-1795 Gown. From the collection at the American Textile History Museum, Lowell MA
Center Front, Quilt Petticoats, Stripes Blue, Separation Pocket, American Duchess Historical, 18Th Century Clothing, Century Gowns, Separation Sets, Pink Silk
1785-1795 gown, The color combination and quilted petticoat is scrumptious.
American Duchess:Historical Costuming: V191: Matchy - Or Not - Striped 18th Century Gowns | Historical Costuming and sewing of Rococo 18th century clothing, 16th century through 20th century, by designer Lauren Reeser
"Date Made: 1785-1795 Description: Gown, 18th century gown, striped blue, yellow, and pink silk rep. Gown is open down center front, slits on each side to accomadate separate pockets or to pull the skirt through to create a polonaise effect. A separate set of slits closer to the front have been stitched shut. Other signs of alterations are present, specifically at the waistline and the center back. The hem has been let out." http://chace.athm.org/singleDisplay.php?kv=42587
Robe à l'Anglaise, 1780-1785, Rotterdam. Red Floral cotton chintz, with vines, large flowers in white, light red, blue, yellow, purple and green. Front and rear views. Museum Rotterdam. collectie.museumr...
Dress, 1785-90 France, MFA Boston
Braids Trim, 1785 90, Silk Satin, Woman Dresses, 1700S, 18Th Century, Caraco Jackets, 1785 1790, 1700 S
Woman's dress (caraco jacket) French, about 1785–90 France DIMENSIONS jacket CB: 48 cm (18 7/8 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk satin, braid trim
1785 90 http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/woman-s-dress-in-two-parts-caraco-jacket-118328
Gold silk satin coat, waistcoat, and breeches, c. 1780-85. Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove.
Silksatin Breech, Silk Satin Breech, Satin Coats, Royal Pavilion, Gold Silksatin, C1780 1785, Historical Costumes, Brighton Museums, Gold Silk Satin
In Scene 4, Act 2, servants help put on a frock coat of gold satin for Salieri to replace his sky-blue coat. Gold silk satin coat, waistcoat, and breeches, c. 1780-85. Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove. - Cherebino
Gold silk-satin breeches and vest, c1780-1785 by Royal Pavilion & Brighton Museums, via Flickr
Kent State - round gown/chemise dress. Peach-colored Open Robe and Matching Petticoat, 1785-1790. Faded peach-colored iridescent silk gown that is more pink-colored in the unexposed area of the gown. Worn as a wedding dress by Dolly Miltimore in coastal North Carolina. Reproduction neck kerchief, engageantes (sleeve ruffles) and sash.
round gown 1785 - Kent State
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Copper round gown mid 18th century.
Peach-colored Open Robe and Matching Petticoat United States of America, North Carolina, 1785 Faded peach-colored iridescent silk gown that is more pink-colored in the unexposed area of the gown. Worn as a wedding dress by Dolly Miltimore in coastal North Carolina. Reproduction neck kerchief, engageantes (sleeve ruffles) and sash Gift of Mrs. Dennis J. Brummitt of Oxford, North Carolina Costume Collection University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Woman's Dress, France or England, textile circa 1770; dress circa 1785-1790.
Lacma Dresses, 1770'S Fashion, 1780S, 1780 S Fashion, Historical Fashion, Eighteenth Century Clothing, 18Th Century, Century Fashion, Dresses France
lacma dress | tumblr_msjjnuA5dL1qf46efo1_1280.jpg
Silk open-skirt dress with matching peticot. The dress has a robe and matching underskirt. It is a pale mauve-pink silk of English manufactrure woven with a very small spot and with small flral sprays in various colours. The bodice's front edges meet and its centre back is lightly boned. The skirt front edges are bound with white silk ribbon. The tapes and loops make a 'polonaise' style skirt. Date 1778 AD - 1885 AD
Silk open-skirt dress with matching peticot. The dress has a robe and matching underskirt. It is a pale mauve-pink silk of English manufactrure woven with a very small spot and with small flral sprays in various colours. The bodice's front edges meet and its centre back is lightly boned. The skirt front edges are bound with white silk ribbon. The tapes and loops make a 'polonaise' style skirt. Date 1778 AD - 1785 AD
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Pale mauve-pink silk dress with matching petticoat, 1778-85.
~Dress Date: ca. 1780 Culture: British Medium: silk~
1780 Dresses, British Medium, Century Decor, Historical Style, Art, 18Th Century, 1700, Cream, Metropolitan Museums
Back view, robe à l'Anglaise, Great Britain, c. 1780. Cream silk brocaded with floral motifs.
Dress, c.1780 Culture: British, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
I LOVE the adorable small train on this dress!!! Date: ca. 1780 Culture: British Medium: silk Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1933
French brocaded silk taffeta open robe, 1780s.
1780S, 1780 S
Brocade silk taffeta open robe, 1780s; France. Made of silk taffeta with purple rib weave stripes and small ivory brocaded flowers with compère bodice; could be a traditional open robe or pulled up à la Polonaise with inside cords and loops. The neckline, front, and sleeves are edged with pleated ivory ribbon. The bodice is lined with ivory linen; the hem is faced with beige silk; all hand stitched. 34" bust, 26" waist, 14.5" bodice length; 55" shoulder to hem.
England 1787 The Countess of Effingham by George Haugh. Interesting picture of lady with hunting equipment. Is this Catherine, Lady Effingham, wife of the third earl, or Harriet Elizabeth, Lady Effingham, wife of the 4th, (3rd earl's brother.) Looks rather young to be the 41 yr old Catherine, but not impossible. The Earls Effingham were Howards.
England 1787 The Countess of Effingham by George Haugh
George Haugh, Countess, Dogs Art, Riding Habits, Effingham, 18Th Century, Shoots Dogs, 1787, Shooting
18th century style: The Countess of Effingham with Gun and Shooting Dogs by George Haugh, 1787
American Duchess: 18th Century Riding Habit Waistcoats for Women
1780s open robe
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1780s open robe, Vintage Textile
late 18th century lower class fashion | 18th Century Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2811 French open robe
Early vintage clothing at Vintage Textile
Pet en lair (c. 1760; altered c. 1780). LACMA - M.2007.211.3
Westerns Marketing, 1780S Women, 1780 S, 1780S Fashion, Silk Satin, Historical Clothing, 18Th Century, 1700 1780, Century Fashion
Caraco and petticoat, caraco: Europe, 1760; petticoat: China for the Western market, c. 1785. Caraco: orange and cream striped silk plain weave with supplementary warp patterning; petticoat: white silk satin, emboirdered with floral motifs in coloured silk.
18th century robe and caraco?
German maid, evidence of patterned jacket worn with solid skirt
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German maid, evidence of patterned jacket worn with solid skirt 1770s -ish
Caraco et jupe, Vers 1780 – 1785. Taffetas de soie matelassé. Collections Galliera.
Silk Taffeta, Soie Matelassé, Historical Fashion, 1700S, 18Th Century, Silken, 1780 1785, Collection Galliera, 1700 S
Ribbon-fronted. Caraco et jupe. Vers 1780–1785. Quilted silk taffeta. Collections Galliera.
Caraco et jupe. Vers 1780–1785. Taffetas de soie matelassé. Collections Galliera.
Scarlet and yellow striped silk satin dress with braid trim, French, c. 1785-1790. Waist length fitted jacket: square neckline; plain front cross-over panels with 2 horizontal tabs; full-length fitted sleeves slit at wrists; back fullness fitted above to knife pleats below natural waistline, ruffle edging rounded at front; pink cream silk cording at edges; yellow linen lining. Skirt knife pleated front and sides to mustard tape waistband; drawstrings at sides; deep ruffle at base.
Woman's dress in two parts (caraco jacket) French, about 1785–90. Silk satin, braid trim. Note: Stripes run down the sleeves.