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Skirt wedding dress, Dress, Silver Thread Skirt sewn by seven lengths of silver brocade, called patterned lamp, with woven and embroidered pattern in silver on a white background. The pattern is made ​​up of bouquets and garlands of silver wire, lan and sequins. The lower portion is lined with a 110 mm wide bobbin silver lace. T

Dress worn by Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp at her wedding to Charles, Duke of Södermanland (later Charles XIII of Sweden), June 1773 From the Royal Armory and Hallwyl Museum --Fripperies and Fobs

1760-1765 The mantua was the signature style of dress for ladies attending court. It is made from white silk satin brocaded with a pattern of stripes and scrolling garlands of exotic flowers in silver thread and trimmed with si

The mantua was the signature style of dress for ladies attending court. It is made from white silk satin brocaded with a pattern of stripes and scrolling garlands of exotic flowers in silver thread and trimmed with si

Long-sleeved waistcoat, probably France, c. 1730. Cream silk faille brocaded with floral sprays in coloured silk and silver thread.

Long-sleeved waistcoat, probably France, c. Cream silk faille brocaded with floral sprays in coloured silk and silver thread.

A fine sky blue brocaded silk caraco jacket, circa

Sky blue brocaded silk caraco jacket, circa with winged cuffs, short peplum skirt with two faux pockets, green ribbon ties to the front

Court gown, British, c1750. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Behind the eighteenth window of my advent calendar of FLOUNCY DOOM there is this completely ridiculous court dress from the 1750s. What joy. Not really one for making an entrance unless there’s a massive doorway involved as otherwise you’d have to sidle in pathetically …

Court dress Date: ca. 1750 Culture: British Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 49 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 37 in. cm) Length (c): 11 in.

Robe a la francaise ca. 1765-80 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Robe à la française (worn à la Polonaise) with Attached Stomacher: ca. French, silk taffeta woven with shaded stripes, bodice and sleeves lined with linen, cuffs lined with wool flannel, stitched in silk thread. Held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Waistcoat About 1775, 18th century Fibre: silk (satin, facing, embroidery), wool, linen (lining); metal (sequins, coils); Sewn (hand)

Waistcoat About 1775, 18th century Fibre: silk (satin, facing, embroidery), wool, linen (lining); metal (sequins, coils); Sewn (hand)

BLUE SILK DAY DRESS, 1860s

BLUE SILK DAY DRESS, March/April 2005 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction New Hope, PA 2 piece silk taffeta w/ narrow white & black brocade stripe, blue silk fringe, Sh-Sh B W Skirt W Skirt L brown cotton linings

Robe a la francaise ca. 1760 From the Rijks Museum

ornamentedbeing: “ This yellow silk dress, made around is embroidered with purple floral scrolls. It is a wide dress supported by a flattened framework known as a ‘panier’. From the waist down.

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