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Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1780-1785, French (probaby), silk, embroidered cotton with silks, silk ribbon, lined with glazed linen, boned. "This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the 1780s. The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades to a round profile. A stomacher is no longer needed, because the gown now meets in the front. The cream silk is adorned only at the edges with an embroidered band, ribbon and a stencilled fringe..."

Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1780-1785, French (probaby), silk, embroidered cotton with silks, silk ribbon, lined with glazed linen, boned. "This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the 1780s. The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades to a round profile. A stomacher is no longer needed, because the gown now meets in the front. The cream silk is adorned only at the edges with an embroidered band, ribbon and a stencilled fringe..."

Robe, 1780-85 France, the Victoria & Albert Museum This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the 1780s. The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades to a round profile. A stomacher is no longer needed, because the gown now meets in the front. The cream silk is adorned only at the edges with an embroidered band, ribbon and a stencilled fringe. This restraint in decoration illustrates the growing influence of the Neo-classical style in textile…

Robe, France, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades.

1780-1785 dress, probably French, via V&A.

Robe, France, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades.

Robe a la francaise ca. 1765-80 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Robe à la française (worn à la Polonaise) with Attached Stomacher: ca. French, silk taffeta woven with shaded stripes, bodice and sleeves lined with linen, cuffs lined with wool flannel, stitched in silk thread. Held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

ca 1790 robe a l'anglaise - Christies'

Striped silk taffeta open robe, probably French, c. The cream silk fabric is woven with a sky-blue and purple narrow stripe. The boned, low crossover bodice is lined in linen. The skirts are unlined.

1790-94 German Silk Dress

Dress Date: Culture: German (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Herbert Schwartz, 1945 Accession Number: b

Dress, 1785-90 France, MFA Boston

Woman's dress in two parts (caraco jacket) French, about France Dimensions jacket CB: 48 cm in.) Medium or Technique Silk satin, braid trim

Embroidered sack back gown - side front (c. 1760-1770). England. Tamboured (chain-stitch) silk embroidery on cotton twill.  LACMA - M.66.31a-b

Woman's Robe à l'anglaise with Petticoat England, circa 1775 Costumes; ensembles Chain-stitch silk embroidery on cotton twill, linen lining a) Robe center back length: 55 in. b) Petticoat center front length: 39 in.

Wedding Dress of Cream Silk, 1785

century Worn by the mother of William Hazledine, Shrewsbury Ironmaster. Cream silk via Shrewsbury Museums Service.

Evening dress or open robe - Cotton tabby with open work embroidery of gilt lamella

Evening dress or open robe English Cotton tabby with open work embroidery of gilt lamella 1795 – 1800 Georgian; George III Area of Origin: England Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles & Costume Gift of Mrs.

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