Umbrellas Parasols, Brolly, Circa 1805, Bones, Steel Beads, Parasols Umbrellas, Woman Parasols, Silk Knits, C 1805
Beaded Silk Knit Parasol with Silk Fringe, European, c. 1805.
Woman's Parasol, circa 1805, Europe, silk knit with glass and steel beads, wood, bone, and metal
Woman's cap American, around 1815 Boston, Massachusetts, United States PLACE OF MANUFACTURE (fabric) probably India DIMENSIONS 30 x 25.5 cm ...
Head Of Garlic, Cap 1815, 1815 Boston, Boston Massachusetts, Fine Art, Woman Cap, Lace Historical Art, Cap American, Regency Cap
Woman's cap 1815 Boston, Massachusetts,
Woman's cap American, around 1815 Boston, Massachusetts.
Woman's cap American, around 1815 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
1804-1807 Mantle via MMA. A mantle is a type of loose garment usually worn over indoor clothing to serve as an overcoat. Technically, the term describes a long, loose cape-like cloak worn from the 12-16th century and during the American Civil War by both sexes, although by the 19th century, it was used to describe any loose-fitting, shaped woman's outer garment similar to a cape. For example, the dolman, a 19th century cape-like garment with partial sleeves is often described as a mantle.
Mantles 1804 1807, Cloaks, Historical Clothing, Clothing Fashion, Winter Coats, Metropolitan Museums, 1800S, 18041807, 1800 S
Mantle, Spanish, Made of silk - circa 1800s
Mantle 1804-1807 The Metropolitan Museum of Art this remind me of the cloak of night that Lucifer gave Lilith :)
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c. 1820 Cape
Capes American, American Medium, Met Museums, Capes 1825, 1820 29 Culture, 1820 Capes, Black Silk, Capes 1820, Metropolitan Museums
Cape American ca. 1820-1829
Cape Date: 1820–29 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: L. at center back 22½ in. (57.2 cm)
Cape 1825, American, Made of silk
Met Museum: 1996.154, Cape
Cape 1820 #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Cape
The Met has this American cloak dated as 1820 10 1829 but there are a lot of references to black silk cloaks from the second half of the 18th century. I wonder how well this is dated or how different this would be from those cloaks of an earlier origin.
British Medium, Met Museums, Silk Stole, Stole 1810, Silk Plush, 1810 S, 1810 Culture, Regency Accessories, Metropolitan Museums
Patterned silk plush stole, British, ca. 1810.
Stole 1810 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pink and gold pelerine/ cape c1810 Met museum
StoleDate: ca. 1810 Culture: British Medium: silk
Metropolitan Museum of Art, item 1975.128.6, c1810 silk stole, british
This wonderful cream silk capelet has scalloped edges embroidered with a delicate garland of chenille flowers. A shoulder cape like this would have been worn in the early 19th century with a fashionable Empire dress - a slender silhouette with high waist and puffed sleeves. It is likely that this one was worn by Elizabeth Cruger Guerin (1787-1874) who married John Cart, Jr. in Charleston in 1816.
Slender Silhouette, Married John, Empire Dresses, 19Th Century, Silk Capelet, Shoulder Capes, Cream Silk, Charleston Museums, Delicate Garlands
This wonderful cream silk capelet has scalloped edges embroidered with a delicate garland of chenille flowers. A shoulder cape like this would have been worn in the early 19th century with a fashionable Empire dress - a slender silhouette with high waist and puffed sleeves. It is likely that this one was worn by Elizabeth Cruger Guerin (1787-1874) who married John Cart, Jr. in Charleston in 1816. http://charlestonmuseum.tumblr.com/
Silk capelet, early 19th century. Charleston Museum
Black silk cloak, English, c. 1804-1808. From museumofcostume.c...
Dark Patterns, Silk Cloaks, Cloaks Worn, Lady Black, Bath Fashion, Black Silk, Patterns Dresses, Fashion Museums, Black Cloaks
DressDetails Black silk cloak worn over a patterned dress. 1804-1808. Museum of Fashion Bath.
Full-length ladies black cloak worn over a dark patterned dress Material(s): silk Technique(s): woven Creation date: 1804-1808 Bath Museum of Costume in Bath, UK
Silk cloak 1804-8 Bath fashion museum
Shawl. Spitalfields, silk. London,1810-1815. England.
Regency Dresses 1800 1820, 1810 1819, Regency Shawl, Regency Fashion, History Fashion Reg, Regency England, 1800 1819, 1810S Fashion, Regency Clothing
Spitalfields silk | Shawl. Spitalfields, silk. London,1810-1815. ... | Regency England
Stole - Ivory silk with woven repeated motifs, narrow side borders and deeper end borders all in gold thread - in Indian style designs. 1800 - 1820 National Trust Collections
Ivory Silk, Regency Shawl, 1800 20 Gold Silk, Regency Fashion, Style Design, Gold Thread, Indian Style, 1807 Fashion, Fashion Regency
[Gwyneth] Stole - Ivory silk with woven repeated motifs, narrow side borders and deeper end borders all in gold thread - in Indian style designs. 1800 - 1820 National Trust Collections
Shawl, ca. 1814, French, silk, cotton - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
1810S, Cotton Dimensions, French Shawl, French Silk, Dates, French Medium, 1814 Culture, Metropolitan Museums, 1800 S
French shawl circa 1814 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Shawl Date: ca. 1814 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length: 83 in. (210.8 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1982 Accession Number: 1982.367.1
GOLD AND MICROMOSAIC DEMI-PARURE, 1820S Comprising: a necklace designed as a series of eight graduated micromosaic oval plaques, depicting the principle sights of Rome...together with a pair of earrings depicting the Temple of Vespasian and Castor and Pollux, each mounted within gold cannetille frames
Earrings Depict, Georgian Jewelry, Gold Cannetill, Necklaces Design, Castor, Jewels, 1820S Compri, Graduation Micromosa, Half Ornaments
GOLD AND MICROMOSAIC DEMI-PARURE, 1820S. Comprising: a necklace designed as a series of eight graduated micromosaic oval plaques, depicting the principle sights of Rome, including; The Ponte Molle, The Tomb of Cecilia Metella, The Temple of Vesta Tivoli, The Colosseum, The Temple of Hercules Victor, The Temple of Minerva Medica, The Castel Sant’ Angelo and The Pyramid of Cestius length approximately 410mm; together with a pair of earrings depicting the Temple of Vespasian and Castor and Pollux.
This reticule was made and embroidered in 1807 by "M.G." from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, while attending the Moravian Girl's School. Winterthur 1980.0006 Bag, View 2
1980 0006 Bags, Girls, Regency Reticule, 1800 1820 Accessories, 1800 1815 Сумочки, Textiles Needlework, 1790 1820 Structure, Bottoms Reticul, Lady 1770 1820
Textiles (Needlework) - Bag
This reticule was made and embroidered in 1807 by "M.G." from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, while attending the Moravian Girl's School. Winterthur 1980.0006 Bag, View 2 - 10.76 H x 10.25 W
Regency sewing/needlework baskets
England Regency, Regency Empire Interiors, Regency Info, Regency Sewing Needlework, 1800 Regency Federalist, Regency Fave, Regency Fascinators, Regency Federalist Era, Regency Accessories
1812-1820 ladies boots. Image @Victoria Brown & Albert Museum
Reticule c. 1810-1825, Met.
Pur 18001825, Reticule, Antiques Pur, Antique Purse, Pur 1800 1825, Purses Bags, Purses 1800 1825, 1800 1820, Metropolitan Museums
Reticule, 1800-1825, silk and paper, American via Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Woman's Reticule, England, 19th century
Les Réticules, Lacma Collection, Century Costumes
Woman's Reticule | LACMA Collections England, 19th century Costumes; Accessories Patterned silk, silk satin, glass beads, shell 9 x 7 in. (22.8 x 17.7 cm)
1800 1829, 1800 Tal, Bonnets Liner, Band, Indoor Bonnets, About 1800, 1800 S, 1800 1820, 1800S
Bonnet Liner, circa 1800, English, net. "Indoor bonnet or bonnet liner of fine white net with bands of piping for shaping."
Reticule - Date first quarter 19th century
Costumes Collection, Museums Costumes, Quarter 19Th, 19Th Century, Bags Reticul, Small Handbags, Brooklyn Museums, Bags 19 Century, Metropolitan Museums
Reticules or indispensibles. A small handbag with a drawstring on top. Replace pocket when skirts became less full.
Bag (Reticule) First quarter 19th century adorable shape!
first quarter 19th century Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: 8 in. (20.3 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. James H. Post, 1952 Other pinnter says it's Trapunto stitch
An early 19th century gold and amethyst parure, circa 1820, the necklace composed of thirteen graduated oval mixed cut amethysts claw set in in cut down collets with beaded decoration and foliate cannetille connecting links to a concealed snap clasp, with two additional removed amethyst and gold links, en suite with a removable cross pendant, a pair of drop earrings, a pair of bracelets, and a single stone brooch, 2.8cm long, all in a period fitted West & Co., Dublin red leather bound case.
243: An early 19th century gold and amethyst parure, ci : Lot 243