England The boy’s frock incorporates a white-work technique, broderie anglaise, in which small eyelets are outlined with sturdy embroidery stitches and cut out of the ground fabric. Although the result resembled lace. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace
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Boy’s Frock 1850 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Boy’s Seaside Ensemble 1860 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Girl’s Dress Medium: white cotton plain weave, lace Philadelphia Museum of Art
Original catalog card: C. length child’s dress of white cotton. The dress inset with lace and white embroidery, with a scoop neck and flat lace collar and two ruffles at the he
Stone & Lace
A sweet lace apron// Sunday apron - that is how my grandma used to refer to her nicer aprons.
1864 Dress trimmed with blue ribbon and roses
incredibly beautiful antique, American made, hand smocked silk child's dress . gift from the Brooklyn Museum's costume collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo courtesy the Metropolitian Museum of Art costume collection by lula
Broderie Anglaise ("English Embroidery") is a type of whitework needlework that usually features eyelets and buttonhole stitches.