Petticoat | Booth & Fox | V Search the Collections ca. 1860, printed cotton, goose down, machine sewn, lined with cotton. Madder red, and V suggests that both the fabric and the down would have been readily available and reasonably inexpensive.
Printed wool petticoat, twill challis printed with stripes of blue, brown and cream, overlaid with red oak leaves and roses, deep flounce on lower half, hand quilted in vertical and diagonal bands to brown linen lining with cotton batting, linen waistband, chocolate brown velvet hem binding, French, 1835-1855
Quilted Petticoat 1758 Original Owner:Originally owned by Sarah Halsey , American, 1741 - 1828 Clothing Maker:Made by Unknown Hand-quilted with silk thread; satin-woven worsted face, wool batting, wool lining Primary Dimensions (length): 39 1/2in. (100.3cm) Hem (circumference): 116in. (294.6cm) Credit Line: Gift of the Lyman Allyn Museum, New London
Woman's Quilted Petticoat Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America Mid- 18th century Artist/maker unknown, American Light blue plain weave silk, unbleached wool batting, glazed medium blue plain weave wool lining, light blue silk thread quilting, light blue plain weave silk ribbon 37 x 132 inches (94 x 335.3 cm) Currently not on view 1900-49