Kleiderdekor. Schnitt u. Stoff des 18. Jhrd. im Detail

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18th c French Silk Caraco with Ribbons, Paris. Original silk ribbons to close at front. Ruched ribbon trim at sleeves. Silk is medium weight "Gros de Tours" Lined with linen | via Trouvais

18th c French Silk Caraco with Ribbons, Paris. Original silk ribbons to close at front. Ruched ribbon trim at sleeves. Silk is medium weight "Gros de Tours" Lined with linen | via Trouvais

Rococo in Detail: Jean-Marc Nattier

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Rococo in Detail: Jean-Marc Nattier

ohromanovas:Robe á la Française detail ca 1765 – #à #ca #francaise #Françaisedetail #la    -  #HistoricalFashion #historicalfashionAsian #historicalfashionBooks #historicalfashionMuseums

ohromanovas:Robe á la Française detail ca 1765 – #à #ca #francaise #Français…

ohromanovas:Robe á la Française detail ca 1765 – #à #ca #francaise #Françaisedetail #la - #HistoricalFashion #historicalfashionAsian #historicalfashionBooks #historicalfashionMuseums

The sleeves are finished with layers of engageants that are generally just basted in for easy detachment and washing and are thereby useful in keeping the valued dress clean. This painted silk gown is The Costume Institute's earliest example of the eighteenth- century fashion for exoticism and chinoiserie. It's is not, however, typical of the more commonly seen Chinese export silks, with their delicate and naturalistic designs. Robe à la Française

Robe à la Française | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 1740s. Culture: British. Medium: silk, pigment, linen. Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1995. Accession Number: 1995.235a, b. ...

Detail stomacher, robe à la francaise, France, c. 1775, fabric: Spain. Cream green and pink striped silk embroidered with floral garlands, decorated with silk chenille, linen lining. #ModeFranceStyle

Detail stomacher, robe à la francaise, France, c. 1775, fabric: Spain. Cream green and pink striped silk embroidered with floral garlands, decorated with silk chenille, linen lining. #ModeFranceStyle

Robe a la Francaise, 18th century (probably 1770s), silk, Lot 550, sold by Whittakers Auctions, Fall 2016

Rate the Dress: a Francaise as blue as the Hawai'ian ocean - The Dreamstress

This week's francaise Rate the Dress pick is thematic: it's as blue as the ocean around Hawaii, and it's covered in a lush array of flowers worthy of any tropical garden.

LOT 704 - whitakerauction

LOT 704 - whitakerauction

PLAID SILK CARACO JACKET, c. 1770. Narrow sea green vertical stripe over cream and tan horizontal bands, open neck, short angled sleeve, pleated peplum angled at front, all trimmed in wide self furbelows, looped silk cord and tiny tassels, lined in linen with adjustable lacing closure and front stays. B-33, W-24, L-21. (Lace modern, lining light stains) excellent. $2,400.

LOT 704 - whitakerauction

LOT 704 - whitakerauction

PLAID SILK CARACO JACKET, c. 1770. Narrow sea green vertical stripe over cream and tan horizontal bands, open neck, short angled sleeve, pleated peplum angled at front, all trimmed in wide self furbelows, looped silk cord and tiny tassels, lined in linen with adjustable lacing closure and front stays. B-33, W-24, L-21. (Lace modern, lining light stains) excellent. $2,400.

The Robe à la française [Poll]

Check out these four beautiful 18th century gowns.