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historia del traje: 27. Romanticismo (II): el traje globular 1825-1836

historia del traje: 27. Romanticismo (II): el traje globular 1825-1836

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Open robe polonaise    National Trust Inventory Number 1348724  Category	Costume  Date	1770  Materials	Cotton, Linen, Silk damask

Open robe polonaise National Trust Inventory Number 1348724 Date 1770 Materials Cotton, Linen, Silk damask Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Wedding Dress of Cream Silk, 1785

century Worn by the mother of William Hazledine, Shrewsbury Ironmaster. Cream silk via Shrewsbury Museums Service.

Robe à l'Anglaise, England (Spitalfields), c. 1745, with later alterations. Ivory silk taffeta brocaded with silk in a pattern of sprays of flowers and strawberries with ribbon bows, all worked in blue, red, pink, green, purple and yellow.

Mantua ca. Some of these fabrics and patterns are things we would use today as tablecloths etc. I saw one dress that looked like the pinafore had been made out of a movers blanket!

robe à la francaise, 1770s. Blue and white striped, figured and rose-sprigged silk satin, pleated an druffled robings edged in silk fly braid, petticoat with ruched furbelows.

Robe à la francaise, Blue and white striped, figured and rose-sprigged silk satin, pleated an druffled robings edged in silk fly braid, petticoat with ruched furbelows.

In the Swan's Shadow: Le Bon Ton, March 1857 Civil War Era Fashion Plate

A mixture between my two loves: Antique and vintage fashion, and comedian George Carlin.

Robe a la francaise (back view), late 18th century, From San Telmo Museum

Cream silk robe a la Piemontaise of Spanish origin from San Telmo Museoa, a museum dedicated to Basque culture.

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