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gown detail Susan Green Collection John L Wehle Gallery Genesee Country Village & Museum. see the dagged edge, and frayed edge ribbons-contrast

Dress (image 2) | American | 1810 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 11.60.230

From 1810 to 1820 dresses became slightly more structured with padded hems and firmer fabrics, such as twills and even some taffeta. Soft colors returned to fashion after a absence.

The Corseted Beauty Silk embroidered dress, Hungary, 1810 Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

1810 fashion gemeentemuseum den haag | Japon, ca. 1800-1810, zijde, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

ca. Gown Back detail of gathered, high-waisted, rose colored gown with puffed and pleated short sleeves.

Andrew H. Green Estate and Antiques Auction - Worcester, Massachusetts - U.S.A.  Lot 73. Regency Period China Silk Gown Circa 1805 Palest blue China silk gown. Lined sleeves with diamond cut out shoulder puffs trimmed in ivory "pinked" satin ribbon. Back closures are ivory silk corded loops that hook on fine silk thread wrapped buttons. Condition: Fabric is whole without rips or tears. Staining on front of gown and some light fading. Owner attribution based on date/style to Lydia Pinkham…

Regency Period China Silk Gown Circa diamond cut out shoulder puffs trimmed in ivory "pinked" satin ribbon

Regency Short Stays Cotton Corset  Ready to ship by redthreaded, $160.00

Regency Short Stays Cotton Corset Half Stays by redthreaded

2012.89_d.jpg 2,736×3,648 pixels 1805 dress French cotton wood metal

1805 Culture: French Medium: cotton, wool, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in.

DigitaltMuseum - Randig klänning av mörkblått halvsiden. Omkring 1815. Nordiska museet inv nr 164986.

Digitalt Museum - Omkring Nordiska museet inv nr Look at the wonderful detail of the sleeve!

Detail of dress, dated c. 1810, Great Britain. V&A: # T.8-1918. Double row of prick-stitching on back seams.

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Dress Great Britain, Uk 1810 Plain woven silk, silk crêpe and silk satin

Although neoclassical styles were a norm during the Directory and Consulate eras, the dresses that took the classical ideal to the extreme w...

Although neoclassical styles were a norm during the Directory and Consulate eras, the dresses that took the classical ideal to the extreme w.

Regency England 1811 bis 1820 - Empire France 1799 - 1814

Regency England 1811 bis 1820 - Empire France 1799 - 1814