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Regency Pelisse of 1815 - Shorter Pelise Coat.

The back is beautiful on this 1810s pelisse.

Neoclassical gentleman's striped silk coat, c.1805-10.

Circa 1860s one-piece pink cotton dress. Embroidered organdy lace trims bodice and sheer silk collar. Collar also has passementerie of pink rosebuds on beige and green. Pink satin bows on bodice front. Pagoda-style sleeves faced with pale pink velvet. Beige lace and passementerie edging. Sleeves can be worn at full length or slightly turned back to show velvet facing. Bodice lined with natural cotton. Front hook and bar closure. Via eve*of*bumperville/ebay.

Frock coat Wool, trimmed with silk velvet, lined with silk, hand sewn. c1820-1830

This military inspired garment was worn by women in the Empire period. Typically it was close fitting, fur lined, and contained rows of frogs as closures on the front.

Coat Date: 1814–18 Culture: European Medium: [no medium available] Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Lee Simonson, 1939 Accession Number: C.I.39.13.69

Coat (Pelisse). Date: ca. 1817. Culture: British (probably). Medium: cotton. Dimensions: Length at CB: 35 in. (88.9 cm).

Sans-culottes: men's trousers. means "without knee breeches." It is baggy with a loose fit. Worn by members of the working class.

Musée Galliera / Redingote / entre 1805 et 1810 Description Redingote longue, col cranté, manches longues montées à fronces, croisé devant avec 24 boutonnières (2 x 28 boutons recouverts de passementerie blanche dont un manque), ceinture incrustée haute libre devant, montage hexagonal côté dos, jupe montée à plis côté dos, fendu derrière en bas avec un boutonnage intérieur caché (9 boutons)

ca. 1812 European Wool, Linen, and Cotton Coat - Metropolitan Museum of Art