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Dressing gown (Banyan), Denmark, brown cotton with printed colorful floral pattern. Japanese type of kimono cut. Small stand-up collar with button and buttonhole. The sleeve is folded. Lining of red multum. Used as a costume at the Royal Theatre in the 1780s where actors often supplied their own costumes. (c) NATMUS DK

Dressing gown (Banyan), Denmark, brown cotton with printed colorful floral pattern. Japanese type of kimono cut. Small stand-up collar with button and buttonhole. The sleeve is folded. Lining of red multum. Used as a costume at the Royal Theatre in the 1780s where actors often supplied their own costumes. (c) NATMUS DK

Banyan, Spitalfields, 18th century, altered at a later date. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Banyan, Spitalfields, 18th century, altered at a later date. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Manchester City Galleries, Item 1976.88  Dressing gown 1790-1810  Dark brown twilled cotton dressing or morning gown printed with pattern of trailing flowers in red-brown, cream, white and light blue, lined white twilled cotton.

Manchester City Galleries, Item 1976.88 Dressing gown 1790-1810 Dark brown twilled cotton dressing or morning gown printed with pattern of trailing flowers in red-brown, cream, white and light blue, lined white twilled cotton.

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

Banyan, print probably England or Schweiz. Late 18th century.

Banyan, print probably England or Schweiz. Late 18th century.

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