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American Boots, ca 1810-1820 Metropolitan Museum of New York, Accession Number: 11.60.202a, b

Woman's cap American, around 1815 Boston, Massachusetts, United States PLACE OF MANUFACTURE (fabric) probably India DIMENSIONS 30 x 25.5 cm ...

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.

c. 1820 Cape

Stole 1810

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.

Black silk cloak, English, c. 1804-1808. From museumofcostume.c...

Hooded cloak, c. 1800, Museu Nacional do Traje.

Shawl. Spitalfields, silk. London,1810-1815. England.

Shawl. Spitalfields, silk. London,1810-1815. 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

Beautiful! Shawl. Silk and wool. Scotland, 1815-20.

Shawl, ca. 1814, French, silk, cotton - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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

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

Regency sewing/needlework baskets

Places in Time: Regency/Federal Hair Pieces, Part One: Making the Pieces

Reticule c. 1810-1825, Met.

Woman's Reticule, England, 19th century

1805

Reticule - Date first quarter 19th century

243: An early 19th century gold and amethyst parure, ci : Lot 243

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