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  • Jessie Hepp

    18th Century- Pet-en-lair- 1715-1730

  • Janet Rice

    Pet-en-l'aire jacket, 1780-90, cotton with silk bows, Manchester City Galleries

  • La Société Baroque

    Back view, pet-en-l'air (sack-jacket), 1780-90, England. Undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins design in pinky brown. Sack back with 10 narrow pleats stitched down at shoulders and loose below; fronts and cuffs edged with ruffle-frill trim in self fabric; divided stomacher front with 6 striped silk ribbon ties each side; peplum gathered at side waist with pocket openings.

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Caraco Date: ca. 1780 Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 24 3/4 in. (62.9 cm) Credit Line: Catharine Breyer Van Bomel Foundation Fund, 1978 Accession Number: 1978.85.1

PLAID SILK PET-EN-LAIR JACKET, 18th C. Pale blue, green, cream and purple plaid having rounded front neckline squared in the back above Watteau pleats, short sleeve with bands of self ruching, neck and front trimmed with furbelows, inverted side pleats and linen lining.

18th Century- Pet-en-lair- 1715-1730- Tadashi Shoji F/W 13

Very rare pekin silk jacket/bodice in pale green and pink/salmon stripes on ivory silk ground. The bodice front is attached with two hooks. Elegant "polonaise" pleated at the wrists, generous folds "à la Watteau" in the upper back. This jacket is fully lined with unbleached hemp. It is partially trimmed with green silk faille ribbon.

"Jacket, petticoat, and pocket, early 18th century. From the Nordiska Museet"

Jacket Date: 1770s Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 17 in. (43.2 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Judith and Ira Sommer Gift, 2010 Accession Number: 2010.342

Jacket. Britain, 1600-1625. Linen, silk and wool. From the Met: C.1.60.26.8

Pierrot jacket (c. 1785). French. Silk. Note stripes running down sleeve. MET - 1998.253.1.

1725-1740 Jacket (Casaquin) and Petticoat. Crewel work on linen. The exotic figures represent the Four Continents amid exuberant flowers, fruits, and birds. Among the architectural elements are small pagodas, which came to symbolize the Far East in the European decorative arts. Via The Met.

Imatex - jacket, 1740s-60s? - winged cuff, seamed skirt, stomacher