Identifier KA 1216 Creation date 1750 - 1770 Material silk, linen Provenance legaat, 1890 Object Type children's costume Local type kinderkleding, babykleding, jak Rights statement Original webpage Amsterdam Museum
Infant's jacket, Pale pink figured silk, trimmed with green silk ribbon around the neckline, white linen lining. At the time clothes for children were genderless, normally dresses until pre-pubescence.
Baby’s dress, Europe (continental), Colonial Williamsburg Children were dressed to look like tiny adults. This practice even made its way into baby clothes. The bodice on this dress here is actually lightly boned.