Mantua  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (probably, made)  Date: 1740-1745 (made)  Materials and Techniques: Embroidered silk with coloured silk and silver thread  Museum number: T.260&A-1969 "Seven panels of ivory-ribbed silk make up the petticoat. The robings, sleeve cuffs and skirt of the mantua are embroidered in the same design, but were modified to fit their exact proportions."

Mantua

Mantua Place of origin: England, Great Britain (probably, made) Date: 1740-1745 (made) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered silk with coloured silk and silver thread Museum number: T.260&A-1969 "Seven panels of ivory-ribbed silk make up the petticoat. The robings, sleeve cuffs and skirt of the mantua are embroidered in the same design, but were modified to fit their exact proportions."

Tea Gown  Date	1860-1889  Culture	American/Scottish  Description	Paisley afternoon dress (tea gown). Textile: 1860, dress: 1885-1889.  #1995.017.0016  Kent State University Museum

Tea Gown Date 1860-1889 Culture American/Scottish Description Paisley afternoon dress (tea gown). Textile: 1860, dress: 1885-1889. #1995.017.0016 Kent State University Museum

(VIEW 2 OF 2) Dress ca. 1875 From the Museum of Applied Arts Fripperies and Fobs LINK=>http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/91965831625/dress-ca-1875-from-the-museum-of-applied-arts

(VIEW 2 OF 2) Dress ca. 1875 From the Museum of Applied Arts Fripperies and Fobs LINK=>http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/91965831625/dress-ca-1875-from-the-museum-of-applied-arts

Made from dove gray silk charmeuse with matching chiffon sleeves, this exemplar of the Callot style is lavishly hand embroidered with silk floss and subtle gold metallic thread. The lace inserts on the bodice front tab and neckline and on sleeves are of handmade Venetian lace. The woven label on the petersham reads Callot Soeurs/Paris/Hiver 1905.

Made from dove gray silk charmeuse with matching chiffon sleeves, this exemplar of the Callot style is lavishly hand embroidered with silk floss and subtle gold metallic thread. The lace inserts on the bodice front tab and neckline and on sleeves are of handmade Venetian lace. The woven label on the petersham reads Callot Soeurs/Paris/Hiver 1905.

Object Name: dress    Artist/Maker: Slater, Miss  Role in production: maker  Date: 1880-1882    Accession Number: 1947.4131  Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Object Name: dress Artist/Maker: Slater, Miss Role in production: maker Date: 1880-1882 Accession Number: 1947.4131 Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

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