Robe à la française: ca. 1770-1779, French brocade maker, English, silk brocade.

Open robe, French silk brocade, England, 1770 - Silk with ground pattern in stripes of blue, deep red and cream brocaded with floral sprigs in cream and pink.

Silk brocade open front gown, c.1770  Cream satin damask w/ floral brocade in reds, plum & green, bodice lined in homespun linen, silk fly fringe on neckline & cuffs, B 34", W 27", front L 53", back L 61", (2 small gussets added to underside seam of sleeves, China silk hem facing replaced,repaired area at back hem, small tear to neck trim) otherwise excellent.

silk brocade open gown, c. 1770 Cream satin damask w/ floral brocade in reds, plum & green, bodice lined in homespun linen, silk fly fringe on neckline & cuffs

18th century gowns.

Chose promise, chose due : le making of. Last time I showed you my yellow polonaise. As I promised : let’s talk about the making of the d…

Woman's Robe a la Francaise LACMA M.79.118a-b (1 of 9).jpg

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Court dress c 1750 silk taffeta bracaded with silver thread Met

Court dress, ca. 1750 British Blue silk taffeta brocaded with silver thread In the eighteenth century, formal dress was so closely associated with Versailles and the French court that it was.

1765 Robe à la française

Sack Back gown (robe a la Francaise) ca. France, Silk satin brocade trimmed with silk fly fringe; lined with undyed linen and silk. (c) de Young, Fine Art Museums of San Francisco

Dress (image 3) | French | 1750 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.43.90.51a, b

1750 Culture: French Medium: silk Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1943 *change the colour and I would love it *

1766 Robe à la Francaise

ephemeral-elegance: Satin Brocade Robe a la Française, ca. via Canadian Museum of History I imagine a matching, fancier stomacher and this gown becomes irresistible.

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