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  • Samantha Manning

    18th century petticoats were worn under dresses and were each unique. Some were quilted and decorated, where others were simple and plain

  • Virtual Magpie

    Quilted petticoat, 1770-1780s, silk satin with cream calamanco lining, Augusta Auctions - Z

  • Elin Hansdotter

    "QUILTED SILK PETTICOAT, 1770-1780s Baby blue silk satin, draw-string waist, cream calamanco lining, quilted in patterns of tulips at hem w/ larger pattern of 5 petal flowers, stylized leaves & fronds w/in scallops above, from waist to knee sparse pattern of serpentine vines w/ small flowers, W 26"-50", L 38", (brown stains around right pocket slit) very good. BROOKLYN MUSEUM"

  • Tatiana Gluhova

    QUILTED SILK PETTICOAT, 1770-1780s, Baby blue silk satin, draw-string waist, cream calamanco lining, Augusta Auctions

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