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Robe a la francaise ca 17701780 altered in the 19th century From

Robe a la francaise ca 17701780 altered in the 19th century From


Fripperies and Fobs

Robe à la française, ca 1775 France, Les Arts Décoratifs

Robe à la francaise, probably France, c. 1770. Yellow and white striped silk, embroidered with flower sprays and a vertical pattern of floral bouquets, ...

Woman's Dress and Petticoat (Robe à l'anglaise) England, 1770-1780 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Brocaded silk taffeta; linen-lined bodice

Kulturelles Erbe Köln: Robe à la française 1780


Oh hey Insta! We've been absolutely swamped preparing our spring auction but my

From Mint Museum, Robe à la française, ca 1770-1780 | Perfect for

Robe à la Française (c. 1750 – 1760). [Source]

OBJECT 18 - Cream striped and figured woven silk robe à la française , 1770s. Fashion Museum Bath


Robe à l'anglaise (c. 1765) from the Costume Museum of Canada.

Photograph by Scala, Florence. The robe à la française ...

SILK BROCADE ROBE A L'ANGLAISE, 1770-1790s. Sold November 14,

Le Dernier Cri: 18th and 19th Century Women's Fashion — Google Arts & Culture

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A Robe a la Anglaise worn Polonaised, England, circa 1770-1780, LACMA

ca. 1770, French, Robe à la Française, Metropolitan Museum of Art 18th


Brown Silk cross-bar sacque, 1760s. LACMA

Gown ...

Le Dernier Cri: 18th and 19th Century Women's Fashion — Google Arts & Culture

How incredible is this PRINTED TULLE BUSTLE DRESS from NYC, 1886? Sold April 17

In 1856, women's dresses were made mostly in silk, cotton, and velvet,



More 18th C. Silk Fringe

Robe à la Française. Date: 1760-70; Culture: French; Medium

Spain, 1794

lookingbackatfashionhistory. • Gown.

19th-century Chinese silk robe - Stock Image

... a mid-18th c. sack back gown from the costume collection of Paxton House, Scottish Borders. Although the sack was much altered in the 19th c. for ...

Rokoko - (1730 bis 1770/1780)

Le Dernier Cri: 18th and 19th Century Women's Fashion — Google Arts & Culture

Really, how lucky was this find? And I got 10% off!

Robe à la francaise, 18th century. Yellow silk brocade, woven with a pattern

Musée McCord

fripperiesandfobs: “ Robe a la francaise ca. 1755-60 From the Philadelphia Museum

Women's "Andrienne" dress, Robe à la française

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A woman's mantua and petticoat, English, 1735-1740, brocaded Spitalfields silk,

I have been thinking a lot of 18th century mourning clothes lately. If the Victorians practically reveled in it, mourning in the 18th century was a bit more ...

Dress, silk brocade robe with silk petticoat, made in Spitalfields, England, 1770

Stomacher with Crossed Cords (front and back)

Woman's Silk Robe, c. 1770-1780. China, Qing dynasty (1644

Fichu Cravate, Costume Parisiene

At fêtes galantes I had the opportunity to meet and see so many talented costumers and

1770-1780, Colonial Williamsburg CW 1991-472, A-C

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The collar is cut out, from top to bottom: the pattern piece, the outer, the interfacing, the lining.

Spain, 1790

Robe a la Française 1770's - 1780's

Another stunning gown from @lacma collection, which surely deserves to be among my favorites

Costume designed by Michael O'Connor for Keira Knightley in The Duchess (2008)


Another Fetes Galantes has come and gone. Had a wonderful time with @fireflypath and

Gown. Date: 1770's

Gallerie des Modes et du Costume Français: Cauchoise élégante dans le costume de son pays

The Queen Dowager Juliane Marie

For a while now, I've been wanting to make a redingote. I know I have some unfinished projects (i.e. that chintz gown), but after delving deeper into how to ...

Musée McCord

Capote en rubans, fichu anglais, robe du matin

Le Dernier Cri: 18th and 19th Century Women's Fashion — Google Arts & Culture

Half hipped, or me, right after my hip replacement.

What did Slaves Wear? Textile Regimes in the French Caribbean | Cairn.info

Robe à la francaise, c. 1775. White silk, painted with a design

Womans Robe à la Française | France c.1770. Cotton plain weave with block print and dye-painted . LACMA Collections

Boy's Waistcoat

Evening gown

#falltime: from @metmuseum European Robe à la française in silk and metallic,

An embroidered coat, c. 1770-1780, from Manchester Art Gallery.

My pink and green sherbert froofy Venetian gown for coco is coming along!! Still

Unknown origin, 1750

... The American Duchess Guide to 18th Century Dressmaking: How to Hand Sew Georgian Gowns and ...


Oswald Boelcke - A propaganda postcard portrait of Oswald Boelcke.

The Journal of Dress History, Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 2018

This is a detail of the front of the petticoat of a French Robe a la Francaise, 1750-75, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


Curtain, 5th-6th century

Silk taffeta bib-fronted dress and matching spencer jacket, Great Britain, ca.

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Before the Automobile: 1780's pseudo robe à la Turque/robe à l'Anglaise

Charles IV the Fair, King of France, 1294-1328. He wears a

Summer rainstorm mucked up the roads? Well a pair of lovely pattens would sure be

Lace Cap Lappets

ca. 1775, remade late 19th century, Colonial Williamsburg, 1955-428,

Rear view, levite or round gown, The Netherlands, 1780-1800. Sky


Beautiful French Robe à la française, from @lacma, 1775 | Photo from:

Gown. Date: 1770's

The Wedding Dress: 300 Years of Bridal Fashion

Jolie Femme en contemplative, vêtuë d'une Robe blanche unie et d'un. “