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Robe à la Polonaise 1775 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Robe à la Polonaise 1775 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Gown  1785  The Victoria & Albert Museum

Gown Place of origin: France (possibly, made) Date: ca. 1785 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk and printed cotton, lined with linen, hand-sewn

gown from the 1790s

1795 Dress of plain-weave linen (linen!) with a beautiful printed floral pattern, worn over a petticoat of white muslin.

1785 - 95 - Silk Round Gown -   Spitafields (London popular Antique, Grocer and Vegetable Market) - Late Rococo, early Neoclassical

1785 - 95 - Silk Round Gown - Spitafields (London popular Antique, Grocer and Vegetable Market) - Late Rococo, early Neoclassical

"Round" gown of pre-revolutionary colonial New England circa 1760 -1780

copperplate printed linen in a floral pattern. Shown with fichu and engageantes. Worn by Deborah Sampson (Gannett), possibly as her wedding dress. (Dress with blue floral pattern on cream ground.

historical sewing tutorial The 18th Century Robe à la Polonaise: Research Summary

Robe à la Polonaise Article (Source: Kendra Van Cleave, Brooke Welborn, “`Very Much the Taste and Various are the Makes’: Reconsidering the Late-Eighteenth-Century Robe à la Polonaise", Dress no.

Gown & petticoat, British, silk, 1760. Springhill, County Londonderry. A stunning gown that depicts the fashions of the 1760s perfectly. The lady of the house at the time, Jean Hamilton, later Jean Conyngham, would have worn dresses such as this.

Petticoat National Trust Inventory Number Category Costume Date 1760 Materials Silk Measurements Place of origin Collection Springhill, County Londonderry (Accredited Museum) Not on show

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Detail of woman& mantua, stomacher and petticoat, Italy, ca. Gold and silver metallic thread embroidery on silk satin -- LACMA Collections Online of two pins]

1780s gown, National Museums Northern Ireland:

“ Robe a l’anglaise ca. From the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum ”

Polonaise gown. British, ca 1775-1780.  Silk, lined with linen.

Gown

The Polonaise takes over, be it in full Robe a la Polonaise form or just lifted skirts. Short jackets begin to appear fashionably and the r.

English gown 1760-70, the Museum at FIT.

Rococo - Robe à la française Medium: Violet and pink iridescent silk brocade Date: Country: Denmark Credit: Museum Purchase Paris was the undisputed capital of women's fashion from the century until well into the

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