A sprigged muslin day dress, circa 1825,
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LOT 90 GRACE FLETCHER WEBSTER SPRIGGED MULL DRESS, 1808 - whitakerauction
White cotton having an empire bodice of embroidered net with short, puffed mull sleeve, net trim and back with drawstring ties and net inserts, slightly trained skirt covered in satin-stitch embroidered sprigs and dotted devices with single side opening, wide tuck above hem, tag: Grace Fletcher Webster. She was wife of Daniel Webster, born 1781. Note: Larson acquisition card states Grace Webster gown was acquired from the Daniel Webster family estate, purchased from Georgia Bly along with…
LOT 96 ENGLISH EMBROIDERED MULL DRESS, 1815 - whitakerauction
White cotton having empire bodice and long sleeves with puffed shoulder cap of raised ruched channels with drawstring, a similar treatment to the cuff, embroidered with satin-stitch sprigs, slightly trained skirt with a series of puffed chevrons set on the side above a puffed hem ruffle, ties at back, neck and waist. B-28, L 50-54. (Holes and noticeable period mends) good. 2160
One Item - Kerry Taylor Auctions
Kerry Taylor Auctions - Lot 94 : An unusual cotton filet mesh open robe, 1790-1800. An unusual cotton filet mesh open robe, 1790-1800. possibly for fancy-dress, with empire-line inner bodice panels, cross-over bodice, sleeves and trained skirt edged in yellow ribbon.
Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections
Evening dress of yellow silk gauze, metal thread and cotton, the cotton petticoat with puffed sleeves and flounces, made in England, ca. 1815-1835. Museum Number T.676&A-1913.