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Dress a la polonaise, ca 1780

507: French Silk Blouse, 18th century : Lot 507

Embroidered Silk backed with linen & trimmed in green. Evaluated by textiles specialist Karen Augusta in (Case Antiques Auction House).

Jacket Date: 1770s Culture: British Medium: silk Accession Number: 2010.342

Jacket Date: Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 17 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Judith and Ira Sommer Gift, 2010 Accession Number:

Rear view, robe à la francaise, 18th century. Shell pink silk brocaded with a purple floral sprig and heavily embellished with cream fly braid.

AN SACK-BACK OPEN ROBE OF SHELL PINK SILK, CENTURY, very pale, almost cream silk brocaded with a purple floral sprig and heavily embellished with cream fly braid; together with a dress made up from the original petticoat,

Manteau de robe à l'anglaise en taffetas changeant, vers 1780. Taffetas changeant gorge-de-pigeon. Corsage à manches sabot froncées ornées d'une gaze façonnées et compères à laçage sur le devant caché par une petite patte. Dos baleiné et plissé en pointe, basques et parements de manteau crantés (décolorations sous les bras, cou-tures fragiles). Provenance: Garde robe de la famille de Pons de L'Oliverie (région d'Angoulême)

Manteau de robe à l'anglaise en taffetas changeant, vers 1780. Taffetas changeant gorge-de-pigeon. Corsage à manches sabot froncées ornées d'une gaze façonnées et compères à laçage sur le devant caché par une petite patte. Dos baleiné et plissé en pointe, basques et parements de manteau crantés (décolorations sous les bras, cou-tures fragiles). Provenance: Garde robe de la famille de Pons de L'Oliverie (région d'Angoulême)

Accession number: 11513

Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil - CDMT regiser number 11513 The interesting thing about this bodice is the inserted gathered panel at the upper bust. likely a late century addition to keep with styles.

Bodice: ca. 1775-1800, Norwegian, hand-woven silk lined with linen, silk ties, lace. .

Bodice: ca. Norwegian, hand-woven silk lined with linen, silk ties, lace.

Robe à la Polonaise    1775    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Robe Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk with boning and lined with linen Credit Line: Given by Miss A.

Rear view, robe à l'anglaise with quilted petticoat, worn: United States, fabric: probably Spitalfields/ England, c. 1775. Sage green silk embroidered with a pattern of floral sprays and sprigs featuring roses, cotton lining; petticoat: robin`s egg blue silk with a trapunto-quilted diamond pattern covering the upper area of the petticoat, and a band of trapunto featuring urns with floral bouquets, floral festoons and wreaths in a field of tiny quilted diamonds above the hemline.

Circa 1775 Robe A L' Anglaise With Quilted Silk Petticoat & Philadelphia Provenance: Removed

Infant's jacket, probably for a boy, 1740-1770. White silk satin brocaded with red and blue flowers, trimmed with silk ribbon, white linen lining.

Infant's jacket, probably for a boy, White silk satin brocaded with red and blue flowers, trimmed with silk ribbon, white linen lining.

Caraco, Netherland, 1770's. Silk woven with pale green stripes with a minute pattern alternating with ivory stripe woven with brown stylised flower pattern.

Dutch Silk Caracao A very fresh looking and simple striped Caracao. Ask for photos of the inside which is beautifully worked with some panels of silk brcocade showing to centre back and under arms.

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