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  • La Société Baroque

    Banyan, England, 1715. Shrimp coloured silk damask with floral motifs and leafs.

  • TwoNerdyHistoryGirls ***

    Man's nightgown (dressing gown), 1715 (silk damask), English School, (18th century) / Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council / Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund and V/ / Purchase Grant Fund / The Bridgeman Art Library

  • Gayden Metcalfe Oldham

    silk damask dressing gown, 1715, English School, Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council

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