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dress trim 1808 | ... and pluche de soie (silk feather) trim, circa 1808, Lancaster-Barr

Redingote of camel wool, with collar, buttons and piping of silk organza, and pluche de soie (silk feather) trim, circa Lancaster-Barreto collection

An ice-blue figured silk pelisse robe, circa 1820. the bodice with hussar-style frogging, trimmed with fringed passementerie and silk covered buttons, the puffed mancherons and cuffs en tablier with satin piping and buttons, the hem with deep border of blue plush and flecked fringing which gives the effect of feathers,

An ice-blue figured silk pelisse robe, circa 1820. the bodice with hussar-style frogging, trimmed with fringed passementerie and silk covered buttons, the puffed mancherons and cuffs en tablier with satin piping and buttons, the hem with deep border of blue plush and flecked fringing which gives the effect of feathers,

In the Gardens of the Moon

: “ “Isabelle”, from the exhibition “Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion”. Pelisse: Moss green silk taffetas pelisse with sky blue silk lining and Point de Bruxelles lace.

Taffeta Parasol  circa 1869

1869 Parasol - wood handle and tip. C Alotta in taffeta russet, with trimmings, lining in ivory taffeta.

c.1815, Pelisse

c.1815, Pelisse

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Baby's embroidered cotton broadcloth dress, possibly American, c. The peerless embroidery is executed in wool floss. The Persian-style Tree of Life design on the skirt front is borrowed from the Indian palampores exported to Europe in the century.

Dress, made of silk, 1818, British

1818 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Catharine Breyer Van Bomel Foundation Fund, 1981 Accession Number: Dress

Stockings Date: 1885–89 Culture: probably French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length: 32 in. (81.3 cm)

Date: Culture: French (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: Length: 32 in. cm) Credit Line:Gift of Barbara K.), 1976 (via Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Coat of brown silk taffeta. C. 1818. False buttons covered with gauged fabric.

Pelisse Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1818 (made) Materials and Techniques: Silk taffeta, lined with holland and silk, metal Museum number:

First Consul jacket owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, 1800 From the Chateau de Malmaison Costume Collection app: “This sumptuously embroidered jacket was given by the city of Lyon to the First Consul in 1800. He wore it on April 18, 1802 at the Te Deum ceremony held at the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris after the signing of the Concordat. Napoleon took it with him to St. Helena. He gave it to the young Hortense Bertrand (daughter of an Empire general) who, when she was older, passed it on to P

fripperiesandfobs: “First Consul jacket owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, 1800 From the Chateau de Malmaison Costume Collection app: “ “This sumptuously embroidered jacket was given by the city of Lyon to.

i love historical clothing: silk damast pelisse 1815

Silk damask pelisse made from gold silk damask, woven with a pattern of small dots.

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