ca. 1775, silk, American

Silk Ensemble, Accessorized -- Circa 1775 -- American -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

White linen gown, printed. 1785-95 V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Gown Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. (made) Materials and Techniques: Linen, printed Museum number:

Evening gowns, c. 1912-1914. Left: Beaded green chiffon with dark green devoré velvet on black chiffon, over rose silk satin underskirt. Right: Black net covered in green carnival glass beads on kelly green silk satin, with black devoré velvet hem and bodice trim, jet bead medallion and chenille fringe trim at center back.

TWO GREEN EVENING GOWNS, Both beaded empire, V-neck w/ lace modesty inserts: 1 black net covered in green carnival glass beads on kelly green silk satin, black cut velvet hem & bodice trim, CB jet medallion & knotted chenille fringe.

Gown, white linen printed with floral sprigs, made in England, ca. 1785-1795 V&A

Gown Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. (made) Materials and Techniques: Linen, printed Museum number:

Dress

"Rare surviving block printed gown, MFA Boston, "Dress American, made of English or French fabric, late century USA Dimensions 133 x 99 cm x 39 in.) Medium or Technique Printed cotton plain weave and cotton lining"

A printed cotton 'Indienne' robe, French, the - by Kerry Taylor Auctions

A printed cotton 'Indienne' robe, French, the fabric but altered into a closed-robe circa

Journal des Luxus und der Moden, 1793. Celebratory Light Blue Dress, Fan, Hand-colored engraving

Journal des Luxus und der Moden, 1793. Celebratory Light Blue Dress, Fan, Hand-colored engraving


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