18th century: Damask robe à l'Anglaise

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Green silk damask round gown, 1775.

Green silk damask round gown, 1775.

Robe à l'anglaise, The Netherlands, 1780-1795. Blue silk damask with floral pattern.

Robe à l'anglaise, The Netherlands, 1780-1795. Blue silk damask with floral pattern.

Dress 1775, American, Made of silk.

Dress 1775, American, Made of silk.

An 18th century two toned salmon pink damask Robe, circa 1775, England. woven with large exotic foliage, centre front fastening, cartridge pleated waistline, three quarter length sleeves, and a matching petticoat front, together with a pair of self covered fabric shoes with Louis heel, pointed toes and central braidwork decoration to vamps. Bonhams

An 18th century two toned salmon pink damask Robe, circa 1775, England. woven with large exotic foliage, centre front fastening, cartridge pleated waistline, three quarter length sleeves, and a matching petticoat front, together with a pair of self covered fabric shoes with Louis heel, pointed toes and central braidwork decoration to vamps. Bonhams

Damask robe a l’Anglaise with floral pattern, 18th century </br> © CSG CIC

Damask robe a l’Anglaise with floral pattern, 18th century </br> © CSG CIC

Dress a l'anglais made of blue silk damask with flowery pattern. Great Britain. 1745-50.  Shoe Icons Collection.

Dress a l'anglais made of blue silk damask with flowery pattern. Great Britain. 1745-50. Shoe Icons Collection.

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, The Netherlands, 1780-1795. Blue silk damask with floral pattern.

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, The Netherlands, 1780-1795. Blue silk damask with floral pattern.

Dress From Colonial Williamsburg.

Dress From Colonial Williamsburg.

1776 American Wedding dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This is a case where the formality - and expense - of the dress would have come more from the quality of the fabric than any overt decoration. It's the sort of thing you could expect a middle-class colonist to wear on formal occasions.

1776 American Wedding dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This is a case where the formality - and expense - of the dress would have come more from the quality of the fabric than any overt decoration. It's the sort of thing you could expect a middle-class colonist to wear on formal occasions.

Abito a l'anglais in damasco di seta blu, con motivo floreale.  Gran Bretagna. 1745-1750

Abito a l'anglais in damasco di seta blu, con motivo floreale. Gran Bretagna. 1745-1750

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