A printed silk dress, circa 1836. with gigot sleeves, pleated mancherons, padded hem, bust approx 81cm, 32in Provenance: The late Harry Matthews collection

A printed silk dress, circa with gigot sleeves, pleated mancherons, padded hem, bust approx Provenance: The late Harry Matthews collection

Dress About 1830-1835 Fibre: cotton (muslin, lining, embroidery); metal; Sewn (hand) M17935.1-2 © McCord Museum

Dress About century Fibre: cotton (muslin, lining, embroidery); Sewn (hand) Gift of Mrs.

Relatively plain gown from 1830s

A pale green and lilac printed cotton day dress, late roller printed with a tracery of leaves and vermicular shadows; wide collar, sleeves ruched & gathered at the shoulders

Evening dress, 1828-29    From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Not exactly "mid-century", but close enough to the look, which I have been including on this board. Circa evening dress via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1830's Dress Cream, short puffed sleeves on arms. Wide neckline, gold satin ribbon trim. The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Woman's Dress Made in United States 1829 Artist/maker unknown, American. Henry (Charlotte) D. Ivory silk Center Back Length: 49 inches cm) Waist: 22 inches cm) Bottom Edge Circumference: 114 inches cm)

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