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Man's silk satin damask banyan, English, c1760; the Spitalfields silk c1742–3 Love the style, just not the color

Man's silk satin damask banyan, English, c1760; the Spitalfields silk c1742–3 Love the style, just not the color

Woman’s Gown (Wentke), Coromandel Coast, India, c. 1730 (chintz); and Hindeloopen, The Netherlands, mid-18th century (construction), cotton, resist-dyed and painted; gown, lined with linen, trimmed with Dutch weft-patterned tape (langetband). Veldman-Eecen Collection, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, 2012.22.15

Woman’s Gown (Wentke), Coromandel Coast, India, c. 1730 (chintz); and Hindeloopen, The Netherlands, mid-18th century (construction), cotton, resist-dyed and painted; gown, lined with linen, trimmed with Dutch weft-patterned tape (langetband). Veldman-Eecen Collection, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, 2012.22.15

Man's dressing gown with attached waistcoat, 1750-1799, Holland, Centraal Museum, Utrecht - via Europeana Fashion

Man's dressing gown with attached waistcoat, 1750-1799, Holland, Centraal Museum, Utrecht - via Europeana Fashion

Printed wool dressing gown with midnight blue silk velvet trim, American, 1880-85. This dressing gown is an example of at-home-wear that became especially prevalent when it became acceptable to receive intimate guests in an informal manner. It is made of beautiful fabric that is more distinctive than the popular paisley patterns and it has an elegant form due to its construction details.

Printed wool dressing gown with midnight blue silk velvet trim, American, 1880-85. This dressing gown is an example of at-home-wear that became especially prevalent when it became acceptable to receive intimate guests in an informal manner. It is made of beautiful fabric that is more distinctive than the popular paisley patterns and it has an elegant form due to its construction details.

Man's banyan (nightgown, dressing gown) and waistcoat, England (Spitalfields), 1760-1770. Cherry-red silk damask with a large scale floral motif, tassels, dark green silk lining.

Man's banyan (nightgown, dressing gown) and waistcoat, England (Spitalfields), 1760-1770. Cherry-red silk damask with a large scale floral motif, tassels, dark green silk lining.

the banyan was a loose, T-shaped or kimono-like cotton, linen, or silk gown worn at home as a sort of dressing gown or informal coat over the shirt and breeches.

the banyan was a loose, T-shaped or kimono-like cotton, linen, or silk gown worn at home as a sort of dressing gown or informal coat over the shirt and breeches.

This is a vintage 1950s era dressing gown or lounging robe featuring a woven brocade pattern consisting of abstract leaves in silver and brown against bronze brown background, very 50s era. The fabric

1950s Mens Fashion Dressing Gown Brocade Pattern Size OS X Large

This is a vintage 1950s era dressing gown or lounging robe featuring a woven brocade pattern consisting of abstract leaves in silver and brown against bronze brown background, very 50s era. The fabric

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