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Detail of buttons, 3-piece formal suit, France or England, c. 1790-1800. Green silk taffetawit decorativ floral embroidery, white silk satin lining.
18th Century Taffeta Striped Robe a la Francaise Bodice and Overskirt c. 1775
Robe anglaise inside view
Detail buttons and stitching, Riding waistcoat, ca. 1775, British (probably), silk, linen. Met Museum
Inside view, robe à la francaise, France, ca. 1760. "Mexicaine" silk taffeta with yellow stripes on cream ground alternating with stripes with small bouquets on light blue and cream ground, linen lining. Sleeve ruffles with pink trimmings.
MET Museum 18th Century British Ribbed Ivory Silk Brocade Floral Stripes Robe
18th Century British Robe in Ivory Ribbed Silk with Polychrome Floral Brocade Posies Stripes Museum deaccessioned from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This gown is constructed in ivory ribbed silk with polychrome floral brocade posies stripes. It has short sleeves with ruffled cuffs. The back of skirt is constructed with tiny pleats. The bodice is fully lined. There are slits on each side of the skirt for the usage of pockets, these slits are reinforced with hand stitching.
Detail of jacket buttons and buttonholes of a man's cream silk wedding suit, 18th century, part of the costume collection at Ham House, Surrey.
Jacket, 1780-1800, made in France of silk woven in china, lined in linen with some silk taffeta and printed cotton bits, most closely resembling a casaquin en juste. | | V&A Search the Collections
Robe en Chemise, interior construction. (Via Musee de la Toile de Jouy Facebook page.)
Casaquin, XVIIIe, en taffetas de soie doublé de lin écru. Fermeture par laçage dissimulé sur le devant Villa Rosemaine