Ing-Britt Lindström

Ing-Britt Lindström

Ing-Britt Lindström
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how to make a bustle pillow | Madame Modiste Historic-ish Costuming (drinking champagne while ...

how to make a bustle pillow | Madame Modiste Historic-ish Costuming (drinking champagne while ...

Cut out old jean pockets to hold crafting and office supplies.

Cut out old jean pockets to hold crafting and office supplies.

Two Nerdy History Girls: That Big Georgian Bum, c. 1780

Two Nerdy History Girls: That Big Georgian Bum, c. 1780

georgian women's fashion

georgian women's fashion

"Jacket, petticoat, and pocket, early 18th century.  From the Nordiska Museet"

"Jacket, petticoat, and pocket, early 18th century. From the Nordiska Museet"

Printed Dutch Cotton Jacket (caraco) c 1760-1780,  Made of resist and mordant dyed Indian cotton with a delicate pattern of scrolling floral vines on a dark indigo blue ground.  Cora Ginsburg Gallery.

Printed Dutch Cotton Jacket (caraco) c 1760-1780, Made of resist and mordant dyed Indian cotton with a delicate pattern of scrolling floral vines on a dark indigo blue ground. Cora Ginsburg Gallery.

ephemeral-elegance: “ Woven Half Mourning Dress, ca. 1790-1800  (Did they have mourning attire rules in 1790?  I thought that was more a thing in place once Victoria lost Albert?) ”

ephemeral-elegance: “ Woven Half Mourning Dress, ca. 1790-1800 (Did they have mourning attire rules in 1790? I thought that was more a thing in place once Victoria lost Albert?) ”

1740-60 silk--love this shade of green!

1740-60 silk--love this shade of green!

Bed jacket, 1700-1750, British, silk.  (c)The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bed jacket, 1700-1750, British, silk. (c)The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Waistcoat (wool?) - 18th century - American MET C.I.41.113.4 I would guess this is early 18th c based on the front edge being straight and the length. Things to note are the unlined turned finished edge at the armsyth (no raveling of fabric suggests wool), also note the trim (silk?)

Waistcoat (wool?) - 18th century - American MET C.I.41.113.4 I would guess this is early 18th c based on the front edge being straight and the length. Things to note are the unlined turned finished edge at the armsyth (no raveling of fabric suggests wool), also note the trim (silk?)