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ritasv: “ Woman’s Robe a la Française Europe, circa 1725 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave (shot taffeta) Center back petticoat length: 37 ¾ in. Center back robe length: 60 ¼ in. cm) Purchased with.

Detail, Women's Robe a la Francaise, France, c 1770. LACMA Collections Online

Woman's Robe à la Française France, circa 1770 . Cotton plain weave, block-printed and dye-painted, with silk passementerie Center back length: 61 in.

1730s silk stomacher with embroidery and cord

silk stomacher with embroidery and cord

Detail cuffs caraco jacket, c. 1740-50s. Sky blue brocaded silk (probably Spitalfields) with gold and silver leaf scrolls and floral motifs in coloured silk. Winged cuffs, short peplum skirt with two faux pockets.

Detail cuffs caraco jacket, c. Sky blue brocaded silk (probably Spitalfields) with gold and silver leaf scrolls and floral motifs in coloured silk. Winged cuffs, short peplum skirt with two faux pockets.

::pretty:: I so think I lived in a time when I wore such a gown as this::

Detail mantua by Reine des Centfeuilles masterpieces inspired by the

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Vintage Embroidery, Jacobean Embroidery, Beaded Embroidery, Lost Art, Historical Costume, Marie Antoinette, 18th Century, Corsage, Beading

Detalhe para os motivos florais e bordados de um vestido de 1890!

Detalhe para os motivos florais e bordados de um vestido de 1890!

Detail back view, robe à l'Anglaise, c. 1770-1780. Cream lawn delicately embroidered in chain stitch with stripes and sprigs of pinks, convolvulus, dog roses, honeysuckle, tied with pink bows.

An embroidered lawn robe l'Anglaise, circa originally part of the Doris Langley Moore collection.

stomacher. English, 1730-1750.  Ribbed silk, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered with coloured silks and silver thread, printed cotton lining. VAM

Stomacher

Stomacher Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Ribbed silk, hand-sewn and hand-embroidered with coloured silks and silver thread, printed cotton lining

1700-49 .Stomacher - Linen and Whalebone. covered with quilted linen rep embroidered in a floral design in polychrome silk. Backstitched vermicular ground. Edges and flap bound with silk tape and criss-crossed with round lacing cord. p28 Janet Arnold - Patterns of Fashion 1

Stomacher - Whalebone, covered with quilted linen rep embroidered in a floral design in polychrome silk. Edges and flap bound with silk tape and criss-crossed with round lacing cord.

stomacher, 1740-1750 | Notice the faux lace-up front and how the silver braid is applied over the embroidered design.

Triangular stomacher ending in 7 tabs, the central one widest;

Fitxa Num. Registre: 11957

Detail, "Robe ala Piemontaise", c.,Textile Museum & Documentation Centre these gorgeous sleeves!

Detail of back: Embroidered satin open robe, Chinese for the European market, 1770s, the fabric c.1755-60 Photos courtesy of Kerry Taylor Auctions

An embroidered satin open robe, Chinese made for the European market Fabric created embroidered in imitation of a brocade with bouquets of flowers tied with blue ribbons…via trouvais

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Embroidered ivory satin stomacher, c. The ivory satin ground is embroidered with a Tudor rose and other flowers in three shades of silk,

Extraordinarily detailed bodice embellished with roses c. 1780

Marie Antoinette dress detail from 1780

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