1750 to 1800ish Clothes
1750 to 1800ish Clothes
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Skirt and Caraco,ca. 1775, Denmark, jersey, quilted silk. The skirt has a wide pattern and two pearl buttons. The lining is of white silk. The Caraco is fastened at the waist. The sleeves have ruffles. Silk Lining along the front of the jacket and in the hood. The jacket is closed at the chest with 5 hooks and eyes. (c) NATMUS DK
Skirt and Caraco |ca. 1775 | Denmark | Jersey, quilted silk | The skirt has a wide pattern and two pearl buttons | The lining is of white silk | The Caraco is fastened at the waist | The sleeves have ruffles | Silk Lining along the front of the jacket and in the hood | The jacket is closed at the chest with 5 hooks and eyes | (c) NATMUS DK
Quilt Silk, 1700S Fashion, 1770 S, Historical Fashion, Historical Clothing, 18Th Century, Quilt Dresses, Century Fashion, 1700 S
Skirt and Caraco,ca. 1775, Denmark, jersey, quilted silk. The skirt has a wide pattern and two pearl buttons. The lining is of white silk. The Caraco is fastened at the waist. The sleeves have ruffles. Silk Lining along the front of the jacket and in the hood. The jacket is closed at the chest with 5 hooks and eyes
Temaer - Nationalmuseet
An 18th century wide French open court robe of silk damask
Wide French, Silk Damasks, Court Robe, French Open, Historical Fashion, 18Th Century, Open Court, Ribbons Design, 1700 S
An 18th century wide French open court robe Of silk damask with a woven floral and ribbon design worked in shades of green, pink &cream to a background of shot green&pink,with a sack back,underskirt, and a later made stomacher out of a piece of the same fabric,weighted sleeves,drawstrings over the panniers sides, with fly braiding and small ribbon flowers decorating the robe and underskirt,the lace on the neckline is of a later date,circa1750s.
18th Century Costume | Trouvais
Detail front view, robe à la francaise, Europe, 1750-1775. Yellow and white striped silk.
Yellow Silk, Silk Dresses, Stripes Silk, Details Yellow, Silk Stripes, 1700S, Gold Silk, Stripes Sack, Metropolitan Museums
Robe à la française, detail Yellow silk dress, made between 1750-1575, European. Now in storage at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York....
Gold silk striped sack back gown - detail (1750-75). MET - C.I.39.13.85a, b
Dress | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Portrait of a Lady in White, Holding a Crown of Roses in Her Right Hand, Her Left Arm Resting On an Altar to Love", 1776, by Lié Louis Périn-Salbreux (French, 1753-1817).
18Th Century Portraits, Beautiful Painting, Art, Louis Lié, Lié Louis, Lady, Louis Périn Salbreux, 1753 1817, Lié Périn Salbreux
Lié Louis Périn-Salbreux - A Portrait Of A Lady In White 1776
Louis Lié Périn-Salbreux (French, 1753-1817) A portrait of a lady in white, full-length, holding a crown of roses in her right hand, her left arm resting on an altar to love 84 x 54 3/4in (213.4 x 139cm)
Robe à la Polonaise, overkleed met rok, taftzijde met bouillons van de stof, ca 1780-1782. Collectie Haags Gemeentemuseum, kostuumcollectie inventarisnummers KOS-1962-0047a en 0047b.
Women Fashion, 1780 S Women, Bays, Century Women, Historical Fashion, 1780 Fashion, 18Th Century, Century Fashion, Women Historical
Dress c1795-98 American Dimensions 56 11/16 x 14 3/16 in Accession Number 51.1968 Medium or Technique Silk with linen underbodice, and silk drawstring Dress of dark blue-green silk; low square-cut neck, fullness of bodice in front, gathered with a drawstring at neck and at waist; fullness of skirt in back in pleats; long sleeves; linen underbodice. For back, see other pin
Dress American late 1790s
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.
Robe à l’anglaise, 1770-73 From the Chertsey Museum
Chertsey Museums, Fashion History, 18Thcentury, Century Women, Dresses Open Robe, 18Th Century, Century Dresses, Century Fashion, Historical Dresses
Robe à l'anglaise, 1770-73 From the Chertsey Museum via Fripperies and Fobs
Dress, open robe, circa 1770-1773.
Evening Dresses, Fashion, 18Thcentury, Historical Clothing, 1700S, 18Th Century, The Blasts, Metropolitan Museums, 1700 S
Robe à la française, 18th century
Absolutely gorgeous Robe à la Française ca. 1760-1770 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. #Georgian #dress #costume #French #1700s #beautiful #clothing #fashion
lostsplendor: Evening Dress, c. 1760. Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Dress Date: 1798 Culture: British Medium: cotton
Muse Galliera, Cabinets Des, 1780, Vintage Fashion, 18Th Century, 1700, Des Curiosité, Century Fashion, Musée Galliera
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Dress 1796, French, Made of silk
Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Simple, elegant, timeless - silk damask American wedding dress, c. 1770s @metropolitanmuseum
Met Museums, Wedding Dressses, American Silk, Dresses 1776, Historical Fashion, 1700S, 18Th Century, Metropolitan Museums, 1700 S
Wedding dress, 1776, American, silk
TRAJE DE NOVIA 1776 USA MET MUSEUM
18th Century Anglaise the Met.
Wedding dress, 1776. From the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of | http://wedding-dress-collection-488.blogspot.com
What a truly elegant, deeply beautiful Georgian (1776) wedding dress in the loveliest shade of champagne. #1700s #wedding #dress #vintage #antique #Georgian #18th_century
The wedding gown of Hedwig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein Gottorp, Queen of Sweden and Norway. Made in 1776 of cloth of silver and silver lace. The bride was 16. (The photo: the gown being prepared for exhibition.)
1700 1800, 1700S Fashion, 1700 S
Dutch jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton, 1770-1800. Jacoba de Jonge Collection in MoMu, Antwerp
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
Fashion from 18th century ball gown dress Robe a la Francaise circa from British, England in 1750-1775. #Historical #Costume made from cream silk fabric brocade with woven flowers floral pattern. Square neck at the front bodice with matching stomacher, long ruffles frills sleeves. The skirt is open at the front, and away from the waist towards the sides of the skirt with a petticoat underneath. Self fabric ruffles lace is used on the robes. #Baroque #Rococo #Vintage #Fashion
1750S, Dresses 1750, 1750 75 Accessible, 1750 Fashion, 1700S, 1750 1775, 1750 S
Dress 1750, British, Made of silk
Dress 1785-1795 The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Dresses Open, Blue Taffeta, Silk Satin, Ivory Silk, Woman Dresses, Philadelphia Museums, 18Th Century, Open Robe, Central America
Clothing from 17th & 18th Century "Restoration"
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress (Open Robe) Made in England, Europe or United States, North and Central America c. 1785-95 Artist/maker unknown, American or English. Fabric Woven in Spitalfields, London, England. Light blue taffeta with ivory weft floats, ivory silk satin, ivory silk plain weave ribbon Center back length: 60 inches (152.4 cm) Waist: 27/28 inches (68.6/71.1 cm)
Dress, ca 1755, Galleria del Costume