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Native American-style beaded moccasin slippers, 1830s, with features of both European and Native American cultures. From the Vintage Textile archives.

Native American-style beaded moccasin slippers, with features of both European and Native American cultures. From the Vintage Textile archives.

Embroidered white cotton dress, early 1820s

Romantic Period Clothing at Vintage Textile: dress. It measures: bust, high waist, from the shoulder to the high waist, and from the shoulder to the hem.

Silk gauze rectangular shawl, 1810-1820

Ends decorated with woven black and pink stylized floral borders. Two black panels bordered with pink ribbon weave;pink panel bordered with turquoise ribbon weave.

Court train, early 19th century    From the State Hermitage Museum

Ceremonial Train: ca. early century, Russian, silk crepe and artificial flowers.

Dress & matching shawl from the Captain Rufus Lincoln estate, c.1810, from the Vintage Textile archives.

Dress & matching shawl in very pale blue from the Captain Rufus Lincoln estate, from the Vintage Textile archives.

1804–14 French cotton dress

Dress Date: 180414 Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1907 Accession Number:

Women's shoes, France. 1700 - 1750, Brown leather , relief embroidery with colorful silk and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak .  (LM- 7464 ) Schweizerisches National Museum #Schweizerisches

Women's Shoes, France circa 1700 Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

1816

Princess Charlotte of Wales wedding dress, June Prior to Queen Victoria, royal brides traditionally wore silver. Queen Victoria chose a white dress to show off the white lace she wanted to include, which Prince Albert liked.

1800-10

Pink and cream silk gauze dress, August Auctions: “Pink silk satin Empire bodice and short, puffed sleeves, skirt of cream leno weave gauze brocaded with pink flowers woven en disposition.

Evening slippers ca. 1815-1820 British   Silk This pair of evening slippers mostly showed the completely heelless ladies shoes during Empire period. They are made out of delicate and light materials to match the style of dress. They also had pointed toes.

Slippers, Evening Vandervell Date: Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: 2 x 9 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

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