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1770-1779 Culture English, attributed Description White silk damask, Spitalfields.

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Dress, 1770's.

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Dress, ca 1785 France, Musee Galliera

Old Rags - Dress, ca 1785 France, Musee Galliera

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A beautiful Robe a la française with the skirt looped up in a Polonaise style circa 1750 to 1775. The MINT. Accession Number: 2009.33.4A-B

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Jacket and petticoat, 1730-60 From the Digitalt Museum

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Girl's gown. Embroidered silk. Britain, c.1760

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Image of girl's gown. britain, mid-18th century by V&A Images

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Dress 1784

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1700-1790

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1760-1790 Gown, blue floral pattern on cream ground. Copperplate printed linen. Worn by Deborah Sampson, possibly as her wedding dress.

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Dress c. 1780-1790

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Dress ("robe à la française"), c.1775, France, Beige silk satin with thin stripe and dot pattern; "compères" front; matching petticoat; padded 3-dimensional decoration; trimmed with fly fringe & chenille. Needlework ornaments made with typical French quilting techniques such as "bouillonné", where the cloth is gathered together to create bulk, "boutis", which incorporates cotton padding, and "tuyauté", where the fabric is brought into a tube-like shape, are repeated throughout the garment…

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Ivory Moire Silk Damask Open Robe, Continental, c1775-1780. This ivory silk robe à la française is created by the combination of a moiré ribbed ground and satin-weave motifs. The diaper-patterned serpentine bands interspersed with floral bouquets and bow-knots date the silk to just after the mid-century when such meandering designs were in vogue. The gown was subsequently altered around 1775-80 to update the shape of the bodice front and sleeves. Complemented by a petticoat of moiré damask.

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1770-1780 Sack back open gown of rose pink ribbed silk brocaded with scattered multicolored flower sprays and small cream flower sprigs, looped cream silk fringe trim, bodice with pendant self fabric bands to cross-over and pin under arms, center front eyelets forlacing, skirt knife pleated to bodice, interior linen waist tapes and loops for polonaise effect, homespun linen bodice and sleeve linings, hem deeply faced with soft cream China silk.

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1765 Dress details

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Dress American, 1752; restyled about 1775 Woven by Simon Julins, English, 1688–1774 Designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite, English, 1690–1763

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A 1780s gown with tabbed bodice over petticoat -- made of block-printed Indian cotton.

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Dress (Robe à la Française) Date: 1760–70 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton

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Centennial bustle ball gown, ca. 1876

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Robe a la Francaise ca. 1770

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1780s, France

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Мария-Антуанетта

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fashion plate 1778

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Victorian

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Robe a la Francaise ca. 1770

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Robe volante 1730

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mid 18th century

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