Sörmlands museum · SLM 8971 - Sidenklänning broderad med lila silke och silvertråd, 1770-tal
"Faster Ullas klänning", En så kallad caraco á la francaise buren av en ung Ulrica Christina Cronstedt runt 1770-talet.
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Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1730's, remodeled, 1750, English, silk brocaded with polychrome silk, bodice lined in linen, skirt lined in silk, silk twill tape, silk facing at opening, silk ribbon trim. "Remarkably, a dress bodice was laid aside and saved after the gown was altered to keep up with fashion changes (see 1990-16,2). The shape of the early bodice, the full, cuffed sleeves...are typical of 1730s and 1740s styles. The earlier gown probably had a wide skirt." [Search for Acc. No…
Tirelli Costumi - Storia - Atelier
La Tirelli Costumi realizza costumi cinematografici e teatrali secondo la tradizione dell’alta sartoria artigianale. Conta una collezione di 15.000 capi
Gown | V&A Search the Collections
Gown, ca. 1745 (weaving) 1760-1770 (sewing) 1870 - 1910 (altered). A woman's gown and petticoat, 1760s, English; Blue silk damask, Spitalifields, c1745; altered 1870-1910. Museum Number T.197&A-1959.
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Robe a la Francaise, 1770, ivory silk damask. The dress has a watermelon colored lining - a textile that has been recycled. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Robe à l'anglaise with matching shoes: ca.1765, English, striped silk taffeta brocade. Flower detail is woven, not embroidered. Brought from Belfast, Ireland in 1873 by the Blizard family, who were originally from Normandy, France.
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