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Dress Date: 1804–14 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 46 in. (116.8 cm) Length at CF: 46 in. (116.8 cm) Width at Bo...


Der Bazar 1886: Petticoat with built-in bustle from brown mohair (add stiff gauze lining and elastic-bands to fasten the pouffs); 39. front part in half size, 40. side gore, 41. back pouff in half size (set it on a back breadth of a pettiocat)


Scottish Muslin Trained Robe c.1790 Possibly a muslin woven in Paisley and narrow panels also embroidered in Scotland. Information provided by Sonia Ashmore, Research Fellow at the V & A. Apron front dress, bodice secured with Dorset buttons. Back bodice with embroidered eyelets and lacing cord. Sleeves very long and cut on the cross grain, the top of the sleeve lined. Padded bustle roll and trained hem. Meg Andrews Antique Costumes & Textiles


Owner: National Museum of Australia Owner registration number: 2005.0005.0141 Date range: 1810 - 1813 Place of origin: Devonshire England, Sydney and Goulburn, Devonshire/New South Wales, England/Australia Gender: Female


From 1973 but what I'm looking at is the use of the second color to reveal the extra shaping of the silhouette.