19th century: 1795-1810

Fashions from the period 1795-1810.
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Robe, 1795-1800. Blue-green silk damask with floral motifs, linen lining.

Robe, 1795-1800. Blue-green silk damask with floral motifs, linen lining.

Dress and purple robe, 1st quarter of 19th century, Spain.

Dress and purple robe, 1st quarter of 19th century, Spain.

Elaborately and professionally embroidered taffeta dress, 1798-1802, French. Constructed in one piece as a "round gown" but with center panel in white, imitates traditional "open robe and petticoat." Such an elaborately embellished dress would have been virtually unknown in the US, despite fashionable Americans' ability to keep up with European fashions and access fine fabrics. Reproduction undersleeves; reproduction necklace from Dames a la Mode. Loan to DAR Museum agreeabletyrant.dar.org

Elaborately and professionally embroidered taffeta dress, 1798-1802, French. Constructed in one piece as a "round gown" but with center panel in white, imitates traditional "open robe and petticoat." Such an elaborately embellished dress would have been virtually unknown in the US, despite fashionable Americans' ability to keep up with European fashions and access fine fabrics. Reproduction undersleeves; reproduction necklace from Dames a la Mode. Loan to DAR Museum agreeabletyrant.dar.org

Regency fashion plate. Miroir de la Mode 1803.

Regency fashion plate. Miroir de la Mode 1803.

Mauve, Red, and Black Floral Print 1805-1810 | collections.mohistory.org

Mauve, Red, and Black Floral Print 1805-1810 | collections.mohistory.org

1800 | John Brighton Collection, UK

1800 | John Brighton Collection, UK

En kokkepige, ca. 1805. Gothersgade 125

En kokkepige, ca. 1805. Gothersgade 125

Side view of c1798 evening dress. agreeabletyrant.dar.org

Side view of c1798 evening dress. agreeabletyrant.dar.org

Augustin Dubourg, Lady in Blue-White Gown, approx. 1795

Augustin Dubourg, Lady in Blue-White Gown, approx. 1795

Gala Dress c. 1805- unknown (Country). This high-quality silk dress, with its magnificent elegance, was used by the royal court. At this point in time, thin, cotton dresses were wildly popular and the Lyons silk industry, important for the French economy, suffered a severe blow. In order to revive it, Napoleon Bonaparte encouraged the wearing of silk garments in the royal court. In 1811, he issued an Imperial decree that men and women must wear silk clothes at public ceremonies.

Gala Dress c. 1805- unknown (Country). This high-quality silk dress, with its magnificent elegance, was used by the royal court. At this point in time, thin, cotton dresses were wildly popular and the Lyons silk industry, important for the French economy, suffered a severe blow. In order to revive it, Napoleon Bonaparte encouraged the wearing of silk garments in the royal court. In 1811, he issued an Imperial decree that men and women must wear silk clothes at public ceremonies.

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