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Woman's quilted petticoat        American, 18th century     Dimensions      100.5 x 149 cm (39 9/16 x 58 11/16 in.)  Medium or Technique      Silk satin quilted with wool-serge lining, silk grosgrain ribbon banding, and linen waistband and drawstring

Woman's quilted petticoat American, century Dimensions x 149 cm x 58 in.) Medium or Technique Silk satin quilted with wool-serge lining, silk grosgrain ribbon banding, and linen waistband and drawstring

Petticoat  fabric: English; garment: English or American  petticoat  1770-1800  Clothing  textile: light green, loom-woven quilted satin-weave silk, light green, satin-weave silk, and light green silk tape  overall: 39in x 26in; 99.06cm x 66.04cm  HD F.495A (Historic Deerfield)  Gift of Mrs. Arthur F. Draper

garment: English or American petticoat Clothing textile: light green, loom-woven quilted satin-weave silk, light green, satin-weave silk, and light green silk tape

last quarter of the 18th century Silk satin petticoat

Last quarter of the century, America - Petticoat - Silk satin; wool plain weave lining; quilted with wool fleece filling and silk thread; linen plain weave waistband lining

Petticoat  American, Colonial, mid-18th century  Massachusetts, United States  DIMENSIONS  267 x 97 cm (105 1/8 x 38 3/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Quilted silk satin with linen plain weave lining quilted with silk thread; cotton drawstring, cotton plain weave waist band, silk plain weave pocket (added later)  CLASSIFICATION  Costumes  ACCESSION NUMBER  59.454  MFA Boston

century, America - Petticoat - Quilted silk satin with linen plain weave lining quilted with silk thread;

quilted silk petticoat made of wool and cotton with a floral pattern border, 1771-1780

White underskirt or petticoat. Quilted silk petticoat made of wool and cotton with a border of floral pattern. Date 1771 AD - 1780 AD, Museum of London

Brown polished cotton quilted petticoat, dated 1840-1849, American. Kent State University Museum collection: 1983.001.0084

I have always wanted a quilted petticoat - so gorgeous and probably very warm! *P* Brown polished cotton quilted petticoat, dated American.

quilted petticoat. baby blue satin, cream calamanco lining. RockinTheRococo reproduced it - pattern here https://brocadegoddess.wordpress.com/quilted-petticoat/

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Skirt  DIMENSIONS  96.5 x 125 cm (38 x 49 3/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Silk satin quilted, linen and silk lining  CLASSIFICATION  Costumes  ACCESSION NUMBER  43.1658  MFA Boston

yellow quilted pettiocat, x 125 cm x 49 in.) Silk satin quilted, linen and silk lining MFA Boston

During the nineteenth century, women had an extensive array of underpinnings, which could include a chemise, drawers, corset, corset cover, camisole, skirt supports and petticoats. Although to the modest nineteenth-century woman, it would be scandalous for any of these items to be seen, some underclothes were made of sumptuous silks and beautifully decorated with embroidery, ribbons and lace

Petticoat Date: Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 41 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Co.

Light blue satin quilted petticoat 18th century

Light blue satin quilted petticoat century, probably American). Americas, Textiles and Fashion Arts Image and text courtesy MFA Boston.

Quilted Petticoat, American, about 1840 or earlier, MFA Boston

1840 or earlier, America - Petticoat - Silk satin quilted with cotton print lining, linen waistband, and metal hook and eye closure. LIke horsehair or corded p'coats, quilted ones provided extra fullness--plus warmth in winter.

18th century petticoat, made of silk, quilted in diamond shape, Meg Andrews http://www.meg-andrews.com/item-details/Quilted-Petticoat/7748

18th century petticoat, made of silk, quilted in diamond shape, Meg Andrews http://www.meg-andrews.com/item-details/Quilted-Petticoat/7748

"Date: 1750 - 1770 Quilted petticoat made from blue silk which has faded to a green colour. It has wool wadding and a glazed wool lining fabric, and dates from the mid 18th century." Collections | Quilt Museum and Gallery, York

Silk Quilted Petticoat "Date: 1750 - 1770 Quilted petticoat made from blue silk which has faded to a green colour. It has wool wadding and a glazed wool lining fabric, and dates from the mid century.

textile: English; garment: American  petticoat  circa 1750  Clothing  textile: yellow plain weave silk (taffeta); green plain weave wool; batting  HD F.122 (Historic Deerfield)  Mrs. Helen Geier Flynt

textile: English; garment: American petticoat circa 1750 Clothing textile: yellow plain weave silk (taffeta); green plain weave wool; batting HD F.122 (Historic Deerfield) Mrs. Helen Geier Flynt

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