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Well-dressed woman in sled alongside standing woman, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.) Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

"Je vous annonce la mort de..". The "aanzegger" a professional who went door to door to announce a person's death. Maaskamp 1803

2 ladies, 1 seated, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.); both wearing customary 19th century Dutch clothing. Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

Pipe-smoking Dutch man wearing tricorned hat meets outdoors with peasant woman, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.). Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

Milk maid and customer, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.) Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

2 Dutch women, one selling butter, in The Batavian Republic (a.k.a. The Netherlands.). Engraved by Lodewijk Portman (1772 - ca. 1813), published in 1803.

looks like she's wearing her corset as a top to her dress.

Late 18th century French/Swiss Watch at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

18th Century Clothing, this outfit seems to me like it fits here. I could see myself making something like this, and wearing something similar to the jacket. I just really like this outfit.

  • Sara R.

    This is one of Keira Knightley's costumes in the film The Duchess :)

Petticoat Date: 18th century Culture: French Medium: [no medium available] Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Cohen, 1937 Accession Number: C.I.37.35 Metropolitan Museum of Art