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1830-33, Tageskleid aus bedruckter Baumwolle mit interessanter Form des Dekolletées, vermutlich USA

The trials and tribulations of an over-enthusiastic seamstress learning to create period-correct historical items and fashions

A Tale Of Two Dresses Susan Green Collection of Historic Clothing John L Wehle Gallery

Genesee Country Village & Museum: A Tale Of Two Dresses--this is the type of bodice I plan for my next day dress.

Robe à l'anglaise, late 18th century. Brown cotton with a ground print of pale yellow foliage and larger scrolling print of flowers in shades of pink and blue (underskirt missing).

A late century printed cotton open robe Of brown cotton, with a ground print of pale yellow foliage and larger scrolling print of flowers in shades of pink and blue, a small tear to bust, missing the underskirt.

1790s chintz gown remodeled from earlier garment. Wonderful construction photos. See Antique Textiles site.

gown remodeled from earlier block printed fabric. The fabric dates from 20 years earlier than the style. The print has an endearing charm with blushing roses in bloom and little buds in white and cerulean blue.

Child's Dress    Made in United States  Late 18th century    Artist/maker unknown, American    Glazed printed cotton plain weave  Center Back Length: 23 inches (58.4 cm)

Child's Dress Artist/maker unknown, American Geography: Made in United States, North and Central America Date: Late century Medium: Glazed printed cotton plain weave Dimensions: Center Back Length: 23 inches cm) Accession Number:

1790s gown, fabric >20 years older. Glazed cotton. Extra fabric may have been removed from the skirt to create the more au courant long sleeves. The bodice and sleeves are lined with beige linen. The bodice front opening has an under extension of later roller print cotton, probably added when the dress was remodeled. The dress is completely hand sewn but with several different types of thread. (Vintage Textile)

That gown belonged to Elizabeth Henley (George Washington's sister-in-law). The silk textile dates from but the gown was remodeled

Lady's cloak of printed chestnut cotton, circa 1800-1840, lined in two different patterned cottons.

Lady's cloak of printed chestnut cotton, circa - wear to hemline and neck, hold to lining of hood, lined in two differently patterned cottons.

Sack back gown and petticoat, purple silk, brocaded with flowers and lace, French, 1765-17 | | V&A Search the Collections

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Sack back gown and petticoat (Robe à la francaise), purple silk, brocaded with flowers and lace, French,

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