Detail of wedding gown worn by Mary Elizabeth Williams on the event of her marriage to George Hammond Lucy, 2 Dec 1823. National Trust, Killerton. White silk with applied vine leaves and grape bunches on bodice.
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Detail of the white silk wedding dress worn by Mary Elizabeth Williams when she married George Hammond Lucy on 2 December 1823
Extant Regency Spencer from Karen Augusta
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Silk Spencer jacket, belonging to Susannah Gay Plimpton of Massachusetts. Fastens with brass hooks and eyes. Karen August, Antique Fashion.com
Jacket (Caraco) Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk
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Jacket Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk
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Spencer, Underbodice and Skirt: ca. 1815, Spencer and skirt cut velvet with piping and wrapped buttons in hussar style, silk satin underbodice. "This is a short jacket with long, tight-fitting sleeves that covered the hands, called Spencer jacket. A high-waisted skirt of the same fabric. It took its name from England's Earl Spencer (1758-1834), who wore this kind of jacket. The Spencer was fashionable from the 1790s to the 1820s."
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Jacket (Spencer), Underbodice and Skirt c. 1815-unknown (Country) Material: Jacket and skirt of red cut velvet with piping and wrapped buttons in hussar style; beige silk satin underbodice. This is a short jacket with long, tight-fitting sleeves that covered the hands, called Spencer jacket. A high-waisted skirt of the same fabric. It took its name from England's Earl Spencer (1758-1834), who wore this kind of jacket. The Spencer was fashionable from the 1790s to the 1820s. Initially a men's garment, its practical features meant that it soon came to be worn by women as well. kyoto costume institut
3-11-11 Jacket (Spencer), Underbodice and Skirtc. 1815-unknown (Country) Material: Jacket/skirt red velvet w/piping & wrapped buttons, hussar style; beige silk satin underbodice. Short jacket w/long, tight-fitting sleeves covering hands, called Spencer. A high-waisted skirt: same fabric, named for England's Earl Spencer (1758-1834). The Spencer was fashionable from the 1790s to the 1820s. Initially a men's garment, its practical features meant that it soon came to be worn by women as well.
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Evening dress ca. 1812 From the Museum at FIT via Fashion Plus
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1812, Scotland Tartan silk dress Museum at FIT
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Printed Jacket with button and frill detail including two thread work loops above the buttons where an apron may have threaded through. No date - most likely early 19th century Meg Andrews
Printed Spencer 1820s, printed with a swirling ribbon in red with yellow dots, small red, yellow, blue and white flower buds on a ground with small red leaves, the front with narrow frilled closure, three straight darts to the bosom area, elaborate double frilled neck, long sleeves with cuff straps and hooks and eyes, the back with deep inset sleeves, a row of six golden yellow embroidered buttons holding the waistband tie in place, the skirt pleated, lined in coarse linen with bodice closure.
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source ? A shortgown (sometimes called a bedgown) covered the upper body to the waist and a little farther down.
printed shortgown and striped petticoat 18th Century Virginia
From Collection, Ceredigion County Council, Wales, Museum collection
Northwest Welsh, 17601830S Welsh
Northwest Welsh variation on the T shape bedgown with a broad collar and short sleeves and no tail. These were normally made of cotton and seem to have been restricted to north-west Wales.
Digitalt museum: "Tröja eller kofta i 1700-talsmodell med långt skört. Av randigt hemvävt halvylletyg i korskypert med oblekt linvarp täckt av inslaget i entrådigt ullgarn."
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Women's thigh-length Short Gown from the late 18th century could have served as a loose-fitting maternity garment. 1985-242. Colonial Williamsburg
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Fashions if 18th century motherhood.
Women's thigh-length Short Gown from the late 18th century could have served as a loose-fitting maternity garment. - articles on maternity clothes and other at colonial williamsburg site
Museum of London. Bedgown of ivory silk twill, lined with silk. The garment is quilted in ivory silk thread in an all over diamond pattern with a scroll pattern border. It is hip length and constructed of a simple t-shape open down at the centre front. Date 1731 AD - 1740 AD
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Bedgown of ivory silk twill, lined with silk. The garment is quilted in ivory silk thread in an all over diamond pattern with a scroll pattern border. It is hip length and constructed of a simple t-shape open down at the centre front. Date 1731 AD - 1740 AD
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Fabric, Short gown, c1780-1802 Possibly United Kingdom, Europe Materials: Cotton Techniques: Block printed, Mordant style, Woven (plain) Museum Object Number: 1954.0051.001
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Inkwell Inspirations: Historical Fashion Series-Regency. Hunting Ensembles from 1815 Kyoto Costume Institute
Annual Fundraising Ball: Regency Era beginning in 2016 for The Lily Eva Foundation in association with "BREAKING" and www.breakingabuse.com #BreakingAbuse Elegant his and hers 1815 hunting ensembles on display at the Kyoto Costume Institute.
Hunting Ensembles from 1815 Kyoto Costume Institute. -- FEMALE MODEL: spencer and petticoat. The spencer was used by women to protect themselves from the freezing European winters while still maintaining the fashionable Empire silhouette of the day. It was heavily inspired from men’s fashion. MALE MODEL: frock coat and breeches.
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Caraco National Trust Inventory Number 1348748 Category Costume Date 1780 - 1790 Materials Brocade, Glazed wool, Metal, Silk, Wool Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum) . Cf Janet Arnold 'Patterns of Fashion 1660-1860' p.24,25. Line drawing with inventory card (female)
J A PoF1. p.24,25. Caraco - Silk and wool brocade, Lined throughout with dark yellow glazed wool. Knee-length without waist seam. Fitted bodice, very low neckline, edge to edge front opening with lappets. Skirt full, flared, inverted pleats at side and cb seams. Sleeves set in, elbow length, with shaping at elbow. Trimmed with pleated pale-blue silk ribbon round neck edge and at elbow. 12 hooks and eyes cf. . Fabric -Tobine - warp pattern with 2 warp threads together. c1760.
Jacket in chintz, skirt in wool damask, 1750-1800. MoMu, Antwerp. || 18th-century maternity wear? Hope so, 'cause that would be so awesome.
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18th Century maternity outfit (beautiful print jacket with yellow/gold skirt)
Maternity wear Jacket in chintz, India, 1750-1800, and skirt in wool damask, Europe, 1750-1800. © Hugo Maertens, Bruges
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The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots
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jacket front - The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century: Museum Exhibition: Panniers, Stays and Jabots
Dutch Silk Caracao 1770s A very fresh looking and simple striped Caracao. Ask for photos of the inside which is beautifully worked with some panels of silk brcocade showing to centre back and under arms.
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Dutch Silk Caracao 1770's. A very fresh looking and simple striped Caracao. It is woven with pale green stripes with a pattern alternating with ivory stripe woven and brown stylized flower pattern, the front with robings and a stomacher with a double fastening in two sizes, brass hooks and eyes the elbow length sleeves with triple pleating shaped for elbow. Shoulder to hem 20 in; bust approximately 34 in.
This silk jacket shows many of the sewing techniques mastered by tailors in the 1700th c.