Levite or round gown, The Netherlands, 1780-1800. Sky blue silk taffeta with a light blue silk sash.

Levite or round gown, The Netherlands, Sky blue silk taffeta with a light blue silk sash. This is the kind of dress I imagine Mary Challoner from Heyer's Devil's Cub would wear.

Robe Date: mid-18th century Culture: Netherlands Medium: cotton, linen Accession Number: 2012.561

Coat (Wentke) (detail) Netherlands, century Textile: India (Coromandel Coast), Cotton, drawn and painted resist and mordant, dyed Length: 52 in. cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fabrics decorated with small dots made with the head of a nail. These traditional decorated fabrics are called Staphorster stipwerk

Dutch fabrics decorated with small dots made with the head of a nail. These traditional decorated fabrics are called Staphorster stipwerk

Frisian Head Dress. The skullcap is made of gold and so are the earrings and brooch.  Royal Jewels of the World Message Board #Friesland

The Netherlands ~ Frisian Head Dress. The skullcap is made of gold and so are the earrings and brooch. Royal Jewels of the World Message Board

This is the back of a 'wentke' (18th–19th century), a long overdress or overcoat, made of chintz. It was used in the Hindeloopen costume (The Netherlands).

( 2 of 2 photos) This is the back of a 'wentke' century), a long overdress or overcoat, made of chintz. It was used in the Hindeloopen costume (The Netherlands).

Vrouwen met protestantse klederdracht van Zuid-Beveland (1950-1960), foto Cas Oorthuys

Vrouwen met protestantse klederdracht van Zuid-Beveland (1950-1960), foto Cas Oorthuys

Staphorster stipwerk #Overijssel #Staphorst

Dutch fabrics decorated with small dots made with the head of a nail. These traditional decorated fabrics are called Staphorster stipwerk.

Zuid Bevelandse dracht. Ook het plooien moesten we doen als ziekenverzorgster in Ter Valcke.

Zeeland (Dutch) Traditional Dress 1 2 This page has many different examples of Dutch National Costumes

Front of wentke, made of Indian cotton chintz, lined with linen. Hindeloopen, Friesland, Netherlands, 18th century.

Woman’s Gown (Wentke), century. Indian chintz painted, lined with white linen. The Netherlands Openluchtmuseum

Bloedkoralen en zwarte gitten snoer Die mijn opoe's hebben gedragen.

Zealand necklaces of two colours, as seen in the photos. Black is for rouw (mourning/grieving).

Groningen : Boerinnen yn Grinzerlân  XIXe ieuw #Groningen

Groningen: Farmers wives sewing in the nineteenth century

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