Woman's Caraco Jacket France, circa 1775 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin and silk plain weave (damask) with silk fly fringe and lace

Woman's Sacque Back Jacket (pet en l'air) France, circa 1775 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin and silk plain weave (damask) with silk fly fringe and lace

Woman's Caraco Jacket France, circa 1775 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin and silk plain weave (damask) with silk fly fringe and lace

Woman's Caraco Jacket France Silk satin and silk plain weave (damask) with silk fly fringe and lace Jacket center back length: 26 in; Petticoat center back length: 40 in; For front view, see other pin.

Pet-en-l'air, 1780's, English.

informal sack-jacket or pet-en-l'air, reputedly owned by Mrs. Undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins design in pinky brown.

Caraco Date: 18th century Culture: Belgian Medium: cotton

MET: Object NameJacket (Caraco) century CultureBelgian Mediumcotton Dimensions[no dimensions available] Credit LineGift of Miss Marian Hague, 1938 Accession

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Pet en L'Air 18th Century

Europe Woman’s Jacket (caraco), circa altered circa 1780 Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body, Silk plain weave with supplementary warp patterning, Jacket center back length: 19 in.

Pet-en-l’air jacket and petticoat, third quarter 18th century  "The Documention I have for Pet~en~l'air Jackets is for the 1st 1/2 of the 18 Century.Where did you find the documention for this garment?"

Pet-en-l’air jacket and petticoat, third quarter century "The Documention I have for Pet~en~l'air Jackets is for the of the 18 Century.Where did you find the documention for this garment?

Pet-en-l'air jacket, 1780-90.

Pet-en-l'air jacket, British informal sack-jacket or pet-en-l'air in undyed cotton, roller-printed with an all-over Stormont pins design in pinky brown. Reputed to have belonged to Mrs David Garrick, wife of the celebrated actor

Caraco Date: 18th century Culture: Belgian Medium: cotton

Caraco jacket, late century, cotton, Belgian, Metropolitan Museum of Art Reminded me of your sari fabric.

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