Cape 18th Century

The perfect red riding hood. Late century cape via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cape Date: last third 18th century Culture: American or European Medium: wool

Dramatic back view of red hooded wool cape, late century. Meticulous attention to details & finish work Accession Number:

Woman's hooded cloak        Woman's riding hood        American, last quarter of the 18th century         Lexington, Massachusetts, United States  Place of Manufacture      England (textile)  Place of Manufacture      Massachusetts, United States  Dimensions      Overall: 115.6 x 248.9 cm (45 1/2 x 98 in.)  Medium or Technique      Plain weave wool (broadcloth), plain weave silk trim and facing  Classification      Costumes     Accession Number      99.664.16

Woman's hooded cloak - Museum of Fine Arts in Boston last quarter of the century Red wool broadclothhooded cloak trimmed in black silk, hood gathered at back, cloak gathered at shoulders and pieced at bottom Worn by Abigail Robbins

Woman's hooded cloak        Woman's riding hood        American, last quarter of the 18th century         Lexington, Massachusetts, United States  Place of Manufacture      England (textile)  Place of Manufacture      Massachusetts, United States  Dimensions      Overall: 115.6 x 248.9 cm (45 1/2 x 98 in.)  Medium or Technique      Plain weave wool (broadcloth), plain weave silk trim and facing  Classification      Costumes     Accession Number      99.664.16

Woman's riding hood, American, last quarter of the century. Place of Manufacture: England (textile). In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

18th century Clothing at Vintage Textile: #1843 Colonial cloak

Girl's silk cloak, Brown silk with pink glazed cotton. Vintage Textiles (idea for my blue glazed cotton)

Mantelet, ca. 1775?; MMA 1996.154

The Met has this American cloak dated as 1820 10 1829 but there are a lot of references to black silk cloaks from the second half of the century. I wonder how well this is dated or how different this would be from those cloaks of an earlier origin.

Woman's Hood United States, circa 1775 Costumes; Accessories Silk sarsanet 23 x 16 in. (58.42 x 40.64 cm) Gift of Mrs. Willard Larson (59.20.3) Costume and Textiles Not currently on public view

Woman’s Hood, circa 1775 Costume/clothing accessory/headwear, Silk sarsanet, 23 x 16 in. x cm) Gift of Mrs. Willard Larson Costume and Textiles Department.

Portrait of a lady, half-length, in an ermine trimmed blue velvet mantle and muff. Circle of François-Hubert Drouais (Paris 1727-1775)

Portrait of a lady, half-length, in an ermine trimmed blue velvet mantle and muff. Circle of François-Hubert Drouais (Paris

18th century Clothing at Vintage Textile: #1843 Colonial cloak

Girl's silk cloak, The hand sewn cloak is fashioned from brown silk and is lined with pink glazed cotton. It is padded for warmth and closes in front with two sets of ties.

Portrait of the artist's wife, Marie Sophie Robert, half length, with a dog and holding a tea cup by Johann Heinrich The Elder Tischbein (1722-1789)

Portrait of the artist's wife, Marie Sophie Robert, half length, with a dog and holding a tea cup - Johann Heinrich The Elder Tischbein

Portrait of an Old Woman, Anton Graff, 1780 (oil on canvas), Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

Portrait of an Old Woman, Anton Graff, 1780 (oil on canvas), Hamburger…

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