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LOT 536 REGENCY PRINTED COTTON GOWN, 1800 - 1805. - whitakerauction

(American) Printed Cotton / Cream with scrolling polychrome floral, high waist with belt loops, flared skirt pieced side gores, muslin bodice lining with front closure.

LOT 536 REGENCY PRINTED COTTON GOWN, 1800 - 1805. - whitakerauction

LOT 536 REGENCY PRINTED COTTON GOWN, 1800 - 1805. - whitakerauction

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Regency gown

Evening dress or open robe English Cotton tabby with open work embroidery of gilt lamella, 1795 – Georgian; George III Area of Origin: England

Cotton Dress | 1810-15 | Fries Museum

Fries Museum, Netherlands Item 1810 - Long cotton dress, reddish brown background with stripes/rows of blue flowers and green leaves, long sleeves, ruffles along the square neckline and the sleeves

1798 Galliera Museum - purple! :)  (I put it in this category because it was close enough to 1800!)

Living with Jane: Historical Sew Fortnightly: Challenge Eastern Infulence and The Jane Austen Festival

Regency ball gowns | Ball Gown, 1811, Great Britain, The Costume Institute at the ...

1811 British Ball gown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - The use of a sheer overlay on this gown and the light colours lend themselves well to the Regency-era silhouette of a high waist and straight skirt.

Dress (image 2 - back) | British | 1810 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 1974.101.3

Lovely color to this silk. Met Museum Dress ca. 1810 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 36 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1974 Accession Number:

Abito femminile di gala.

An example of a bib-front gown with ease in the front skirt section as well as the bib piece --- Early Italian. Gala dress in white moire silk, embroidered in silver gilt thread, with bib-front closure.



c.1818 dress with back button closure from the Met Museum

Visiting ensemble Date: ca. 1818 Culture: American Medium: silk Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1980 Accession Number: b

Image Hosting by Vendio  back view of dress sold on ebay...

marvelous original circa 1810 to 1815 lady's golden olive green silk satin one piece gown that was fashionable for evening wear as it was meant to be illuminated in the candle light.