Chemisette, 1800-1825. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire. National Trust Inventory Number 1349950

Chemisette - Made from white cambric. Dated Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, National Trust Inventory # . Also on pages 50 and object B, of Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion Ruffled collar!

Chemisette - Made from starched white organdie. Handstitched. Dated 1800-1825. Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, National Trust Inventory # 1349948.

Chemisette National Trust Inventory Number 1349948 Category Costume Date 1800 - 1825 Materials Cotton Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Chemisette- Often worn with day dresses, chemisettes are pieces of fabric that give the appearance of a blouse worn underneath a garment without adding any extra bulk at the waist as a full blouse would add.

Chemisette- Often worn with day dresses, chemisettes are pieces of fabric that give the appearance of a blouse worn underneath a garment without adding any extra bulk at the waist as a full blouse would add.

Chemisette Date: 1790–1805 Culture: British Medium: Linen Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Augustus Graham School of Design Fund, 1976

Chemisette Date: Culture: British Medium: Linen Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Augustus Graham School of Design Fund, Riding habit shirt?

Circa 1800 Fan

Fan, Circa 1800 - 1810 Period: early Century Dimension(s): length, guards, cm width

"Lina Gröger (Portrait of the Artist's Foster Daughter)", 1802, by Friedrich Carl Gröger (German, 1766-1838)

"Lina Gröger (Portrait of the Artist's Foster Daughter)", by Friedrich Carl Gröger (German, Note the sheer chemisette tied over top of the gown bodice.

Fan. Probably French or English, about 1800 - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Probably French or English, about 1800 - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

White mull chemisette embroidered at neckline in floral and leaf pattern, two sets of side ties

White mull chemisette embroidered at neckline in floral and leaf pattern, two sets of side ties possibly another tucker

Pierre Louis Bouvier GENEVA 1766 - 1836 PORTRAIT OF A LADY, HALF LENGTH, HOLDING AN ARTIST'S PORTFOLIO, SEATED AT A TABLE WITH A CHEST OF DRAWING PARAPHERNALIA

Pierre Louis Bouvier 'Portrait of a Lady holding a Drawing Portfolio' 1812 sold today

c.1805-20

c.1805-20

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