18th century: En fourreau

18th century gowns with en fourreau backs.
17 Pin-lisäykset661 Seuraajat
Gown, 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. The cotton is quite coarse and probably would have been produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London

Gown, 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. The cotton is quite coarse and probably would have been produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, Europe, last quarter 18th century. Cream ribbed silk, linen lining.

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise, Europe, last quarter 18th century. Cream ribbed silk, linen lining.

Gown, 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. The cotton is quite coarse and probably would have been produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London.

Gown, 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. The cotton is quite coarse and probably would have been produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London.

Gown (reverse), 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. Cotton is quite coarse and probably  produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London

Gown (reverse), 1780s, England, Indian Cotton. White cotton woven with pairs of very fine red silk stripes. Cotton is quite coarse and probably produced in India as English cotton from the same period was of better quality. The fabric is roughly embroidered with small floral sprigs, mostly in brown, green and yellow silks. Dress altered in the early 1790s. [Hat made by Philip Treacy, 2010. Metal wig made by Yasemen Hussein. Petticoat and fichu are reproductions.] Museum of London

Robe à la Polonaise

Robe à la Polonaise

Robe à l'Anglaise en fourreau, Meg Adrews.

Robe à l'Anglaise en fourreau, Meg Adrews.

Robe  a l'Anglaise 1776 Silk NY  MET 2009.300.952

Robe a l'Anglaise 1776 Silk NY MET 2009.300.952

1981.314.1 Met Museum

1981.314.1 Met Museum

1780, British. Met Museum 1996.301a–e

1780, British. Met Museum 1996.301a–e

Robe à l'Anglaise 1776 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) No. 2009.300.952

Robe à l'Anglaise 1776 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) No. 2009.300.952

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