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Red Square Jacket

English Red checked jacket or short robe, circa

Red Square Jacket c 1800 The back is beautiful with the small buttons and pleating. Good colour and design print.

Red Square Jacket c 1800 The back is beautiful with the small buttons and pleating. Good colour and design print.

Two Nerdy History Girls: Working Clothes for 1800

Isabella reporting, While our mantua-making friends from the Margaret Hunter shop in Colonial Williamsburg spend their working days recr.

front of the Red Square Jacket

Red Square Jacket, c.

Red Square Jacket c 1800 The back is beautiful with the small buttons and pleating. Good colour and design print.

Red Square Jacket - Meg Andrews antique c 1800

jak, Blaricum  - a printed fabric with trimming around neckline

jak, Blaricum - a printed fabric with trimming around neckline

Yellow printed bodice Amazing colour with a very jazzy design. This would have been worn for a young girl.  Description  acid yellow cotton roller printed with jazzy shapes, the large neck with tightly ruched frill, rouleau trimmed, the bodice gently gathered into a pleated waistband,  long sleeves with slightly flaring cuffs, the back with four brass buttons with fushia foil stars, above tightly gathered peplum,

Yellow printed bodice 1825 Amazing colour with a very jazzy design.

Rare Short Gown. Sally Hemmings, the slave maid who accompanied Thomas Jefferson's daughter to France in 1787, wore calico short gowns with matching petticoats. She received 12 yards calico for 2 short gowns and coats...... Because these were working wear few exist.

Rare Short Gown c 1810

French printed cotton spencer, c. 1815. Augusta Auctions: "Aubergine, white, red, green, & orange printed stripes, lined w/ green print & red & green plaid fabrics, B 34", center front L 7", sleeve L 25" (Click through for detail of fabric.)

Augusta Auctions, October 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot French Printed Cotton Spencer, C.

Yellow printed bodice Amazing colour with a very jazzy design. This would have been worn for a young girl.  Description  acid yellow cotton roller printed with jazzy shapes, the large neck with tightly ruched frill, rouleau trimmed, the bodice gently gathered into a pleated waistband,  long sleeves with slightly flaring cuffs, the back with four brass buttons with fushia foil stars, above tightly gathered peplum,

Yellow printed bodice Amazing colour with a very jazzy design. This would have been worn for a young girl. Description acid yellow cotton roller printed with jazzy shapes, the large neck with tightly ruched frill, rouleau trimmed, the bodice gently gathered into a pleated waistband, long sleeves with slightly flaring cuffs, the back with four brass buttons with fushia foil stars, above tightly gathered peplum,

Rare Short Gown. the narrow diamond shaped central back with seams and with three pale blue floss silk buttons at the waist, the lower section with centre and side pleating,

Rare Short Gown, working wear worn over matching petticoats. c 1810

Spencer 1815-35. Digitalt Museum

Over bodice - Digitalt Museum

Printed Short Gown, C. 1800

sold by Augusta Auctions, Nov lot number front view of short gown Cream cotton block printed w/ small red, blue tan flowers against brown stipled ground, draw-string neckline draw cord empire waist, B L rip CB neckline)

1810 ca.   Hand Block Printed Cotton  Bodice, Back.               Deep neck with linen ties for gathering, horizontal seam above the bust, gathered waist, again with ties, shaped long sleeves with three covered buttons at the wrist.    via meg-andrews.com                                      suzilove.com

Hand Block Bodice c 1810

Printed Jacket with button and frill detail including two thread work loops above the buttons where an apron may have threaded through.   No date - most likely early 19th century Meg Andrews

Printed Jacket with button and frill detail including two thread work loops above the buttons where an apron may have threaded through. No date - most likely early century Meg Andrews

Silk tafetta jacket, 1st quarter of 19th century, France (à retrouver sur la base Joconde.

Love the curved front, similar to a bolero. Silk tafetta jacket, quarter of century, France

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