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1823 Dress 1823-1825, 19th century Fibre: silk (taffeta, satin), cotton (lining); Sewn (hand) M20555.1-2 © McCord Museum Description Keywords: confectionne les vêtement (1), marie la couturere en 1820 (1), mode (1), robe de 1820 (1), tissu (1), TISSUE DE 1820 (1), tissus de robe 1820 (1), tisue (1) Musee McCord

1823 Dress century Fibre: silk (taffeta, satin), cotton (lining); Sewn (hand) © McCord Museum Description MJT= Note embellishment on waist

Sleeve. EMBROIDERED NEOCLASSICAL COTTON GOWN, 1799 - 1810. Regency style in delicate muslin

White cotton muslin gown with broderie anglaise decoration and double-puffed sleeves (sleeve detail), probably American,

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1823 Striped Dress #2dayslook #lily25789 #StripedDress www.2dayslook.com

Woman's Dress, Belt, and Sleeves American. 1823 Striped silk plain weave Philadelphia Museum of Art

Ball Gown: ca. 1820, English, cotton plain weave with metallic thread embroidery and silk ribbons with metallic passementerie and tassels.

1820 English cotton plain weave dress with metallic thread embroidery and silk ribbons with metallic passementerie and tassels / Los Angeles County Museum of Art

1820 British Ball Gown. (Image via Victoria and Albert Museum)

Ball gown Place of origin: Great Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1820 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk satin and silk net embroidered with metal and trimmed with silk blonde bobbin lace, hand sewn

Evening dress ca. 1810 From the V&A

Evening dress ca. 1810 From the V&A (Fripperies and Fobs)

Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: c. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn Fairy Queen for Gabrielle

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