Silk Gown of sarcenet circa 1812.

The School of Historical Dress - The Hopkins Collection. Silk gown Gown of sarcenet, a lightweight plain-weave silk.

Printed cotton day dress, 1808-1812, England.

Printed cotton day dress, English, ca. 1810 Collection of the Kent State University Museum (KSUM Necks for day weren't necessarily up to the actual neck, but decolletege was definitely not on display.

One-piece full length blue silk empire-line dress, 1810–1813. Springfield-Faithfull family collection, National Museum of Australia. Photos: Dragi Markovic.

Australian Dress Register - Silver and blue shot silk dress National Museum of…

Augusta Auctions Lot 120 in April '09 c1800 english, printed cotton round gown White ground printed w/ small scattered red, pink, purple & blue leaves & flowers, gathered 4 band drop front bodice w/ shoulder buttons, center back ties, short tucked sleeves trimmed w/ lace, pair blue threads in selvedge, linen bodice & sleeve linings, B 30"-34", W Adjustable, L 51"-55", (period mend under arm) excellent.

english, printed cotton round gown White ground printed w/ small scattered…

Vers 1805/10 Robe 1er Empire en taffetas crème rosé | Villa Rosemaine

Vers 1805/10 Robe 1er Empire en taffetas crème rosé | Villa Rosemaine

Gown, 1797-1805 | V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Gown Place of origin: Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Cotton, linen, linen thread and tape; machine-woven and hand-sewn Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrods Museum number:

One-piece full length blue silk empire-line dress, 1810–1813. Springfield-Faithfull family collection, National Museum of Australia. Photos: Dragi Markovic.

Australian Dress Register One piece dress in silver and blue shot silk with dark blue flower pattern

The bodice of this high stomacher-front dress was fastened by two lining extensions that were crossed over the chest and pinned closed. Photo: Dean McNicoll.

Bodice Interior, Australian/English Dress, I don't get it; I cannot understand why I can't get an apron front to work for me. This looks easy in theory!

Nice detail of the bib front style. Gown | V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Empire Style Bust of White Muslin Gown, fabric from Bengal, and embroidered with cotton thread. Given by Miss Frances Vickers collections.

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