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Tim Causer on Twitter: "Samples of cloth from 1792 for making clothes, handkerchiefs, and blankets for convicts transported to NSW (CO201 series @UkNatArchives) https://t.co/J1x3jWoig3"

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Samples of cloth from 1792 for making clothes, handkerchiefs, and blankets for convicts transported to NSW series

18th Century Costume for Men. The dressing gown was known as a banyan and were worn casually and at home.

Victoria and Albert Museum Banyan, Coromandel Coast, 1750 – 1775 Cotton chintz, painted and dyed, lined with block-printed cotton

Maria Cosway: The Most Fascinating 18th-century Woman You’ve Never Heard Of!

Maria Cosway: The Most Fascinating 18th-century Woman You’ve Never Heard Of!

How did a girl, born to English parents in Italy, become an artistic luminary in the circles of London society—and ensnare the heart of Thomas Jefferson?

Corset (image 2) | possibly Europe | 1770 | silk, whalebone | Museum at FIT | Museum #: P82.1.16

Corset (stay), silk, silk ribbon, whalebone, c. 1770 from the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology History of Lingerie exhibit - NYC - always free

Robe à la Française - 1760-1770 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Rococo - Sack back gown Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) China (textile, painted) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Painted silk, chenille, hand-sewn

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