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Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identic...

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identic.

Catherine the Great in her Coronation Robe, 1778-1779. Detail. Compare to portrait of Sophia Dorothea of Wurttemberg nearby.

Catherine the Great in her Coronation Robe, Count Saint Germain is rumored to have played a behind the scenes role in her coup over her husband Tzar Peter III in 1760

Queen Sofia Magdalena 1765

The Gallant Peasant Woman

Embroidered sack back gown - side front (c. 1760-1770). England. Tamboured (chain-stitch) silk embroidery on cotton twill.  LACMA - M.66.31a-b

Woman's Robe à l'anglaise with Petticoat England, circa 1775 Costumes; ensembles Chain-stitch silk embroidery on cotton twill, linen lining a) Robe center back length: 55 in. b) Petticoat center front length: 39 in.

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identic...

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identic.

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identic.

Rokoko - (1730 bis 1770/1780)

This listing is for a custom Rococo Marie Antoinette gown for Rossana Grosso using clients personal measurements. The gown will be made in a

Mantua ca. 1745, Colonial Williamsburg

Mantua ca. Some of these fabrics and patterns are things we would use today as tablecloths etc. I saw one dress that looked like the pinafore had been made out of a movers blanket!

Robe de cour portée par Sofia Magdalena de Suède le 4 novembre 1766. Johan Adam Ströwer Livrustkammaren Inventarienummer25915 http://emuseumplus.lsh.se/eMuseumPlus?service=ExternalInterface&module=literature&objectId=40886&viewType=detailView

Robe de cour portée par Sofia Magdalena de Suède le 4 novembre 1766. Johan Adam Ströwer Livrustkammaren Inventarienummer25915 http://emuseumplus.lsh.se/eMuseumPlus?service=ExternalInterface&module=literature&objectId=40886&viewType=detailView

Robe à la Polonaise Date: ca. 1780 Culture: French Medium: silk

The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below

Hampton Court Palace. Coatee and matching waistcoat from the 1780s. Hanoverian Court.

The bulk of the embroidery on this century coat and waistcoat is done in ribbon embroidery (Hampton Court Palace).

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