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Num. Registre: 7250

Num. Registre: 7250

plays-with-needles .blogspot.com  satin dress circa 1810 from les arts decoratif in paris

motleycraft-o-rama: Embroidered Satin Dress Circa 1810 (Detail), From the Les Arts Decoratif in Paris, Via Plays With Needles.

his dress and petticoat are made of very fine Indian muslin, a loosely woven cotton fabric. In line with the general simplification of clothing, the popularity of silks and brocades declined during the 1770s in favour of cotton textiles. - 1790 - Museum of London

Made of very fine Indian muslin, a loosely woven cotton fabric. In line with the general simplification of clothing, the popularity of silks and brocades declined during the in favour of cotton textiles. - 1790 - Museum of London

Pocket detail, Silk and embroidery background,1780-90 waistcoat

The Incredible and Incroyables!

Skirts and pocket of a waistcoat embroidered with leaves and flowers, in the Wade collection.

Court Dress Panel, 1780, France

Court dress panel Place of origin: France (made) Date: ca. 1780 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered silk satin with silks, velvet appliqué, chenille, metal purl, swansdown

Sample Date: early 19th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on felt Dimensions: L. 4 3/8 x W. 2 3/4 inches 11.1 x 7 cm Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of The United Piece Dye Works, 1936

Sample Date: early century Culture: French Medium: Silk and metal thread on felt Dimensions: L. 2 inches x 7 cm Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of The United Piece Dye Works, 1936

Women’s skirt fragment Unknown artist, French Women’s skirt fragment, 1800-1810 Ribbed silk embroidered with silk and spangles 50.258

Women’s skirt fragment Unknown artist, French Women’s skirt fragment, Ribbed silk embroidered with silk and spangles

A closer look at the exquisite embroidery of mid-late French Frockcoat and waistcoat.

Inspiration. Luxury embroideries - Once upon in a Fairytale

Slate blue horizontally ribbed silk embroidered in metallic gold, shaped gold paillettes & sequins. Ivory silk lining

Embroidery Sample (France), late 18th–early 19th century

Floral pattern embroidered with white silk, clear and purple glass and silver wire on a vertically striped blue and black ground.

A brocaded satin open robe the fabric late 1760s-early 1770s, the sage green ground woven with pink and ivory feathery bands and blooms, chenille braid to the engageants and front robings,

A brocaded satin open robe the fabric late the sage green ground woven with pink and ivory feathery bands and blooms, chenille braid to the engageants and front robings,

Once upon in a Fairytale - Inspiration. Luxury embroideries

Detail waistcoat, suit, France, ca. Saffron coloured velvet with detachable cuffs of cream silk satin, embroidered with flower sprays and exotic trees adn flowers; waistcoat: cream silk satin with matching embroidery.

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