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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: cape de finales del XVIII a princios del XIX (Inventario: 43.755)

White Indian cotton mull with twill triple-stripes and scalloped edges. double flounce at back.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: cape de EEUU del XIX (Inventario: 53.2229)

Semi-circular cape of black dotted net with deep self-ruffle around lower edge;

Pair of Woman's Wrist-Length White Linen Embroidered Mitts ca. 1797-1820

Pair of Woman's Wrist-Length White Linen Embroidered Mitts, cut on the bias, dated circa Old Sturbridge Village collection #

Handkerchief Date: 1800–1810 Culture: French Medium: Linen Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Frank Smith, 1961 Accession Number: 2009.300.5261

Handkerchief Date: Culture: French Medium: Linen Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Frank Smith, 1961 Accession Number:

Woman's embroidered net cap. American, early 19th century. Linen net with cotton embroidery and trim. Via Museum of Fine Arts Boston costume collection.

Women's cap, linen net with cotton embroidery and trim, early century, American.

1800s stockings | Early 19th century, America - Stockings - Cotton knit

Feet plain, new heels knitted in, upper quarter of leg plain, rest of stocking in fancy shell stitch in vertical ribs; pieces of white cotton cloth sewn to tops of stockings;

Drawstring bag American ca. early 19th Century

Embroidered white cotton drawstring bag, hexagonal in outline with white cotton tassels at points, on one side central design of whirling sun and wheat, on other side floral framed medallion enclosing the monogram: EI.

Lace Collar - MFAB

Lace Collar - MFAB

Vestido en muselina de algodón de 1799-1810, probablemente confeccionado en América.  #SmugMug No.582

LOT 582 EMBROIDERED NEOCLASSICAL COTTON GOWN, 1799 - 1810. - whitakerauction

Vestido en muselina de algodón de 1799-1810, probablemente confeccionado en América. #SmugMug No.582

Florales frente caída atrás detalle 1820

Florales frente caída atrás detalle 1820

Dress, 1805–10. American, Cotton, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2009.300.7158) [Incorrect date?]

Dress, American, Cotton, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art [Incorrect date?

Cap 1800-1815 Number: 1996.24.543 ; ivory cotton net, embroidered roses on back of crown. Day cap. Attached brim is approximately 2.5 inches wide, with slightly elongated dog-eared ends. Finer net used on back of crown.

ivory cotton net, embroidered roses on back of crown. Attached brim is approximately inches wide, with slightly elongated dog-eared ends. Finer net used on back of crown.

I love the simple regency dresses! ❤

Genesee Country Village & Museum: A Tale Of Two Dresses - - roller printed cotton

Baby Dress  c 1810  Very unusual curved opening and sleeve details.

Baby Dress c 1810 Very unusual curved opening and sleeve details.

Pelisse (image 1) | probably British | 1817 | cotton | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 1990.225

White cotton pelisse (coat) with ruffle trim, probably British, ca.

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