Robe à l'Anglaise: ca. 1784-1787, French, cotton, metal, silk.

Robe à l'Anglaise Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton, metal, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 63 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 36 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Isabel Shults Fund and Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1991 Accession Number: b

Robe à l'Anglaise  Date:     1784–87 Culture:     French Medium:     cotton, metal, silk

Robe lAnglaise Date: 178487 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metal, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 63 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 36 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Isabel Shults Fund and Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1991 Accession Number: b

Wedding ensemble, 1780 From the Chertsey Museum via Vogue Paris

Silk brocade gown and petticoat, silk covered straw hat and silk satin shoes, 1780 Worn by Jane Bailey for her marriage to James Wickham Image reproduced by kind permission of the Olive Matthews Collection, Chertsey Museum. Photograph by John Chase.

Detail back view, robe à l'Anglaise ensemble, England, 1780-1790. Polychrome wool crewel embroidery with floral sprays on white linen.

Detail back view, robe à l'Anglaise ensemble, England, Polychrome wool crewel embroidery with floral sprays on white linen. Separate bodice and skirt but with pleating along center back.

Embroidered dress, English, c. 1774. Worn by descendants of Rev Thomas Hodges who married Mary Davies, born 1750 only daughter of Rev Henry Davies, in October 1783 at Eastington. The Hodges family had an unbroken lineage at Arlingham since the early 16th century. The dress must have been worn by Mary's daughter. This dress has a copy of the original bill dated 22 April 1774 and addressed to "Miss Davis" from "Jane Gadby  Co."

Embroidered dress, English, c. Worn by descendants of Rev Thomas Hodges who married Mary Davies, born 1750 only daughter of Rev Henry Davies, in October 1783 at Eastington.

Eighteenth century wedding ensembleworn by Miss Jane Bailey on the day of her marriage to James Wickham, 1780

Eighteenth century wedding ensemble, worn by Miss Jane Bailey on the day of her marriage to James Wickham, 1780

Womans Robe à lAnglaise (Close-bodied Gown) | England, textile 1770s-1780s; construction late 1780s LACMA Collections

Woman's Robe à l'Anglaise (Close-bodied Gown) England, Textile: Constructed: late Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Printed cotton Center front length: 56 in. Center back length: 55 in.

Silk open-skirt dress with matching peticot. The dress has a robe and matching underskirt. It is a pale mauve-pink silk of English manufactrure woven with a very small spot and with small flral sprays in various colours. The bodice's front edges meet and its centre back is lightly boned. The skirt front edges are bound with white silk ribbon. The tapes and loops make a 'polonaise' style skirt.     Date  1778 AD - 1885 AD

Silk open-skirt dress with matching petticoat The bodices front edges meet and its centre back is lightly boned. The tapes and loops make a 'polonaise' style skirt

Vestido vaquero [rough translation: cowboy dress], c.1790, Madrid, dark rose satin silk with ivory underskirt with silver metallic embroidery. Popular in the last decade of the eighteenth century. (c) Museo del Traje.

Vestido vaquero [rough translation: cowboy dress], Madrid, dark rose satin silk with ivory underskirt with silver metallic embroidery. Popular in the last decade of the eighteenth century. (c) Museo del Traje.

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