Pauline Loven

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Lincolnshire  ·  I am a period costumier and after years of museum and occasional film work, I now work for my filmmaker son at Crow's Eye Productions.
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Petticoat: cord-gathered, and then whip stitched to twill tape band.

Striped and pleated petticoat details - The Dreamstress

KCI - Robe a l'Anglaise, 1780s, fabric from 1740s. English http://www.kci.or.jp/archives/digital_archives/detail_32_e.html

This dress, in the robe à l’anglaise style, dates to the but the exquisite fabric dates to the From the Kyoto Costume Institute via “Dress (robe à l'anglaise) and skirts in Indian chintz (c. shawl/fichu in embroidered batiste

Dress. Block-printed and overpainted. Cotton. Dress made 1780. V

Place of origin: Coromandel coast (fabric, made) Netherlands (tailored) Date: ca. 1780 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Cotton, resist- and mordant-dyed, block-printed, painted and lined Museum number:

My second post about the exhibition ‘Sits – katoen in bloei’ (Chintz – cotton in bloom) in the Fries Museum! My first post was about color and patterns, and before that I wr…

My second post about the exhibition ‘Sits – katoen in bloei’ (Chintz – cotton in bloom) in the Fries Museum! My first post was about color and patterns, and before that I wr…

Hoops

Pocket Hoops are the smallest size of hoop worn in the eighteenth century. They consist of two linen shapes held out with bone or cane and tie about the waist.