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Woman's formal dress worn by the Fanueil family  American, 1770  Boston, USA  DIMENSIONS  Legacy dimension: 1.475 m  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Silk; brocaded silk

Woman's formal dress worn by the Fanueil family American, 1770 Boston, USA Dimensions Legacy dimension: m Medium or Technique Silk; brocaded silk Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

Afternoon dress, ca 1780-90 United States (possibly), MFA Boston - I love this. rather simple.  beautiful fabrics..

Afternoon dress in two parts (dress) American?, Dimensions 56 x 25 cm x 9 in.) Medium or Technique Silk damask, linen lining, silk ribbon trim, and linen bobbin lace Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view lady's ball dress

Women's Gown with apron, ruffled sleeves, and hat. ca. 1740-1785. England/Europe.

Gown, England (Spitalfields), remade Light brown Garthwaite silk damask woven in large asymmetrical floral pattern.

a GORGEOUS mantua sacque gown

Silk: Dress: original c. altered late Artist/maker unknown, American and French Silk tobine (cannelé) brocaded with colored silks Center Back Length: 73 inches cm) Waist: 25 inches cm)

Dress   c.1876  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress Madame Dellac (American) Date: ca. 1878 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: b The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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DIY - How to Make: Doll UGG Boots - Winter - Holiday - Craft - 4K

Marie Antoinette Gown century colonial rococo polonaise dress in REAL silk 1770 - 1780 Made Polonaise, mid century, american Más

Before the Automobile: 1790 silver-plate embroidered English nightgown, the inspiration

Woman's Dress (Robe à l'anglaise) with Zone Front c. Indian export fine cotton plain weave with silver foil embroidery in stem and satin stitches; sized fine cotton plain weave Center back length: 61 inches cm) Waist: 22 inches cm)

Linen petticoat with wool embroidery // Flora and fauna detail on hem // American (colonial Vermont), mid 18th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

American (Vermont) Linen Petticoat with Wool Embroidery Mid Century (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Not Regency, but lovely embroidered border. Looks like this skirt might have flared gores as well as gathers.

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