Banyan ca. 1720

Man's At-home Robe (Banyan) and Waistcoat France, circa 1720 Costumes; ensembles Silk satin with silk supplementary-weft patterning a) Robe center back length: 29 in. b) Waistcoat center back length: 55 in.

Jubón (Vest), c.1787, Madrid, brown silk, embroidered with sequined floral motifs in metal thread, covered buttons

Jubón (Vest), Madrid, brown silk, embroidered with sequined floral motifs in metal thread, covered buttons

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Girl's dress bodice with leading strings, 1750-1759

Dress bodice

Dress bodice, (made). Girl's dress bodice of white Spitalfields silk brocade woven in a floral pattern on a diaper background; with leading strings;

Corset Medium: Silk, silk ribbon, whalebone Date: c. 1770 Country: possibly Europe Object Number: P82.1.16

Medium: Silk, silk ribbon, whalebone Date: c. 1770 Country: possibly Europe Credit: Museum Purchase The Museum at FIT - Online Collections

http://www.costumersguide.com/duchessKedlestoneHallExhibit/miscBlueGoldDressBack.jpg

http://www.costumersguide.com/duchessKedlestoneHallExhibit/miscBlueGoldDressBack.jpg

Stuart Jacket   This jacket dates from between 1600 - 1625 and was made in England. It is made of linen and is embroidered with silk and metal thread. The pattern consists of mostly flowers such as honeysuckle, irises, red and white roses and lilies, but also contains butterflies, caterpillars and birds. This kind of jacket would likely be worn by a woman of the court, although it is of a more informal style.

Jacket Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, embroidered with silk and metal thread, and spangles Victoria & Albert museum

Robe a l’anglaise ca. 1780:  could you get this intricate with quilting and/or applique on simple modern designs?

Dress note piecing of sleeve Date: ca. 1780 Culture: British Medium: silk Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1933 Accession Number:

1775-85 French silk Bodice

Bodice Date: Culture: probably French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 18 in.

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