18th Century Taffeta Striped Robe a la Francaise Bodice and Overskirt c. 1775
18th Century Taffeta Striped Robe a la Francaise Bodice and Overskirt c. 1775 Museum deaccessioned from the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. This gown is constructed in pink and cream striped taffeta. It has short cuffed sleeves, deep points with ruffled cuffs. The back of skirt is constructed with tiny pleats. The bodice is lined in linen. There are slits on each side of the skirt for the usage of pockets, these slits are reinforced with hand stitching.
Sold Price: A striped homespun wool 'revolutionary' skirt, - June 2, 0113 2:00 PM BST
A striped homespun wool 'revolutionary' skirt, French, late 18th century, of kelim style weave in broad bands of red, white, blue and black, with remains of pink silk binding to the waistband
print | British Museum
Portrait of the inn-keeper Mrs Smith, half-length directed to right, looking towards the viewer, wearing a cone-shaped dark bonnet over a frilled cap, a gown with gauze at the elbows and a white shawl trimmed with lace worn high over the throat and shoulders; after Worlidge. Mezzotint
1770s - 18th century - woman's outfit with mixed print fabrics (jacket in floral, skirt in a different floral, apron in plaid) - From "An album containing 90 fine water color paintings of costumes." Turin : [s.n.] , [ca.1775]. In the collection of the Bunka Fashion College in Japan. Underneath the illustration is handwritten in pencil "Dutch." - Netherlands