Abito da corte

Robe à la française ~ ~ British ~ Spitalfields silk, spun yarns, lamé, ribbed silk with diamond pattern in embroidery, matching petticoat and stomacher ~ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

Robe à la Française - Robe à la Française Date: 1775–1800 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1961

Ca silk robe a la francaise with meandering padded self fabric embellishment on front skirt opening, and silk fly fringe on stomacher etc.

Bonhams. Circa 1750s French court robe of silk damask with a woven floral and ribbon design worked in shades of green, pink and cream to a background of shot green and pink, with a sack back, underskirt, and a later made stomacher out of a piece of the same fabric, weighted sleeves, drawstrings over the panniers sides, with fly braiding and small ribbon flowers decorating the robe and underskirt, the lace on the neckline is of a later date.

An century wide French open court robe of silk damask with a woven floral and ribbon design worked in shades of green, pink and cream to a background of shot green and pink, with a sack back, underskirt, and a later made stomacher…Love century clothing!

Woman's court dress and petticoat (Robe a la Francaise) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1775

1775 Woman’s court dress and petticoat (Robe a la Francaise) (Italian) (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Robe à la Française - 1770-1775 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Rococo - Sack back robe Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded silk, trimmed with fly fringe silk, lined with linen, hand-sewn

1775. striped textil indicates upcoming neoclassical style

Date: Culture: French Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Orme and R. Thornton Wilson in memory of Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949 Accession Number: b

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