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This formal dress is believed to have belonged to a young girl. Until the last quarter of the eighteenth century, children were dressed as miniature adults, with girls being put into corseted bodices from about three years of age, graduating to adult dress when they reached twelve or thirteen

This formal dress is believed to have belonged to a young girl. Until the last quarter of the eighteenth century, children were dressed as miniature adults, with girls being put into corseted bodices from about three years of age, graduating to adult dress when they reached twelve or thirteen

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language Frenc

Pretty dresses from the Regency era, coz Regency fashion rocks!

The idea of this dress is so YES, but not with this necklace, of course, and not in this style.Original Handmade Vintage Inspired Cinderella "Ever After Breathe" Wedding gown Victorian Empire Style.

Fabrics used in a dressing gown c1715-25 Place of Origin: England or France, Europe Secondary Place of Origin: England, United Kingdom, Europe Materials: Cotton Techniques: Block printed, Mordant style, Woven (plain) Museum Object Number: 1969.4671

Textiles (Clothing) - Gown (Dressing gown or robe) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Textile Fragment with Ogival Pattern Date: 14th century Geography: Egypt or Syria Culture: Islamic Medium: Silk; lampas Accession Number: 46.156.17

Textile Fragment with Ogival Pattern. Date: century Geography: Egypt or Syria Medium: Silk; lampas Dimensions: Textile: H. cm) Mount: H.

Textile fragment, printed cotton. 1780-1800 French, a jazzy pattern more common in the 18th century then you might think! - Angela

Date: Materials: Cotton Techniques: Block printed, Woven (plain), Mordant style

1775-1800, Germany (probably). Victoria and Albert Museum: "Block-printed cotton, wide floral stripes, dense black-and white narrower stripe filled in with flowers and wider cream stripe with floral sprigs, used as lining or cheaper furnishing"

Printed cotton

Germany (probably). Victoria and Albert Museum: "Block-printed cotton, wide floral stripes, dense black-and white narrower stripe filled in with flowers and wider cream stripe with floral sprigs, used as lining or cheaper furnishing"

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