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This is an example of the bishop sleeve, which was made with rows of vertical pleats at the shoulder that released into a soft full sleeve gathered to a fitted cuff.

This is an example of the bishop sleeve, which was made with rows of vertical pleats at the shoulder that released into a soft full sleeve gathered to a fitted cuff.

Pelerine: ca. 1830 Culture: probably Swiss Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CF: 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Ellen M. Austen, 1915

Pelerine: ca. 1830 Culture: probably Swiss Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CF: 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Ellen M. Austen, 1915

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Pelerine  Date: ca. 1835 Culture: American Medium: Cotton Accession Number: 2009.300.5649

Pelerine Date: ca. 1835 Culture: American Medium: Cotton Accession Number: 2009.300.5649

Women during the Romantic period would wear perelines, which were wide, cape like collars that extended over the shoulders and down across the bosom.  They were very popular and added decoration to outfits.

Women during the Romantic period would wear perelines, which were wide, cape like collars that extended over the shoulders and down across the bosom. They were very popular and added decoration to outfits.

Cotton canezou, Summer gown bodice or jacket of tabby cotton, trimmed in horizontal rows of whitework eyelet lace and piped bands set against sheer muslin, sleeves overlaid with eyelet trimmed double caps at shoulders, long sleeves ending in 6" eyelet and gauze cuffs, three thread button and waist-tie back closure, 1825-1835

Cotton canezou, Summer gown bodice or jacket of tabby cotton, trimmed in horizontal rows of whitework eyelet lace and piped bands set against sheer muslin, sleeves overlaid with eyelet trimmed double caps at shoulders, long sleeves ending in 6" eyelet and gauze cuffs, three thread button and waist-tie back closure, 1825-1835

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