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Stays and panier (hoop petticoat), England, stays: c. panier: Stays: brown linen twill and baleen; panier: linen plain weave and cane.

Ingrid Mida / What Lies Beneath  18th Century Chemise, Corset and Panier in Mesh  Copyright of Ingrid Mida 2010

'What Lies Beneath' sculpture by Ingrid Mida, a recreation of an century chemise, corset and panier created out of window mesh. This sculpture allows the viewer to see the layers and supporting substructure to an century gown.

1861-70

Blue watered silk wedding dress with lace trim, and white glazed cotton corset and crinoline hoopskirt, c.

Robe à la française, England, ca. 1760-1765

Sack back gown ca. 1760 Sack back gown Place of origin: Great Britain, united kingdom Materials and Techniques: Silk, trimmed with silk cord, braid and ribbon, lined with linen

Robe a la francaise ca. 1765, history is so amazing to learn about.

LACMA Collections Online Woman’s Robe a la Française, circa 1765 Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning, and metallic lace, Petticoat center back length: 35 in. Robe center back length: 54 in.

Court dress, ca. 1750. British. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1965 (C.I.65.13.1a-c)

Court Dress Date: ca. 1750 Culture: British Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 49 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 37 in. cm) Length (c): 11 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1965 Accession Number:

A unique life size mannequin of Marie Antoinette, half body on stand, with glass eyes and elaborate 18th century style powdered wig with ostrich plumes and wearing and 18th century style Court costume. NOTE: This mannequin was commissioned by Count Alexander von Beregsahsy and modelled from portraits of Marie Antoinette. It was used for display at his shop in the Mall, Camden Passage. by melody

A unique life size mannequin of Marie Antoinette. This mannequin was commissioned by Count Alexander von Beregsahsy and modelled from portraits of Marie Antoinette. It was used for display at his shop in the Mall, Camden Passage.

Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist | DRAPING & STITCHING

French farthingale reproduction of Irish linen with grosgrain ribbon by Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist

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