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  • Sylvestra

    Redingote a la hussard ca. 1815 From the Kyoto Costume Institute. Pom-poms!

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    Great Regency Gown Redingote (à la Hussarde) - c. 1815-England - KCI

  • Ista dePlume

    Kyoto Costume Institute, item AC5174 85-37-2AB, c1815 Redingote (à la Hussarde) English. White plain-weave cotton; This was greatly influenced by military uniforms. The Brandenburg button closure with piping and pom-poms originated from the military uniform of the Hussars, the former Hungarian cavalry. The sleeves with layers of puffs in this dress were also popular, known as Mameluke sleeves.

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