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  • Sandra H

    Imatex Late 18th? without stomacher

  • M. P.

    Imatex - The front tabs were at one time bound in blue (see back picture) Perhaps a project for the blue velvet sitting in my stash...

  • Jenny Lynn

    Imatex - velvet jacket. The front tabs were at one time bound in blue (see back picture)

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Imatex - red velvet jacket, bound in blue. This is a must-someday-make jacket

Stomacher German, late 18th century. Silk, cotton, handmade silver plate and bullion threads.

Date: late 18th century Culture: French Medium: silver Dimensions: Length: 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Nancy A. Dyer, 1965 Accession Number: C.I.65.52.11a, b

Skirt Date: late 18th century Culture: French Medium: linen Dimensions: Length: 38 x 92 in. (96.5 x 233.7 cm) Credit Line: Gift of William Sloane Coffin, 1926

Traveling suit worn by Louise Whitfield on April 22, 1887 during the evening of her quiet wedding to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of New York while aboard the steamship Fulda on her way to European honeymoon. Designed for her travels, this practical ensemble consists of skirt w 2 bodices, extra set of cuffs, collar and front gold embroidered pastron insert of red silk velvet for more formal occasions. Costume Institute at The Met.

Stockings late 18thC, French, silk, metallic. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Detail stomacher, Germany, late 18th century. Silk, cotton, metal.

Gold and enamel "macaroni" chatelaine, London, late 18th century

Beachwear, French, late 1860's-early 1870's. Met. Click for more pictures, including top.

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