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1725 -1749 - YEs, "Zig-zag" front - Sitsen vrouwenjak met zigzagvormige vestpandjes, met bloemmotieven op groene grond | Modemuze
1725 -1749 - YEs, "Zig-zag" front - Sitsen vrouwenjak met zigzagvormige vestpandjes, met bloemmotieven op groene grond | Modemuze

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1780 Jacket-style bodices, worn with quilted and/or embroidered petticoats, became a popular alternative to the open robe. The upper class wore the caraco ensemble as casual day wear; the merchant class wore the caraco for special occasions as well as day wear.
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Century Clothing at Vintage Textile: Caraco jacket, 1780

fashioned from plush brocaded silk damask…

Cotton print informal gown, made from sheer white cotton dimity printed with a repeat pattern of sunny floral sprays.

1780 Jacket-style bodices, worn with quilted and/or embroidered petticoats, became a popular alternative to the open robe. The upper class wore the caraco ensemble as casual day wear; the merchant class wore the caraco for special occasions as well as day wear.

1780 Jacket-style bodices, worn with quilted and/or embroidered petticoats, became a popular alternative to the open robe. The upper class wore the caraco ensemble as casual day wear; the merchant class wore the caraco for special occasions as well as day wear.
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British 1600-1625. The commonplace fashionable floral motifs of the time include honeysuckle, pansies, carnations, foxgloves, borage, strawberries, cornflowers, rosehips, thistles, columbine and vineleaves. There are also pea-pods which include small silver-gilt thread peas, around all of which there are small birds, bees and worms. Silver-gilt thread scrolls around the design, and along with small metal spangles.
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England, Stylised red and white roses were the central symbol of the century Tudor dynasty. This garment includes: linen, embroidered with silk and metal thread, and spangles

Stylised red and white roses were the central symbol of the century Tudor dynasty. Columbine flower was sometimes seen to signify sorrow. By the early century however, it is uncertain whether such decoration would have had a specific symbolic purpose.

British 1600-1625. The commonplace fashionable floral motifs of the time include honeysuckle, pansies, carnations, foxgloves, borage, strawberries, cornflowers, rosehips, thistles, columbine and vineleaves. There are also pea-pods which include small silver-gilt thread peas, around all of which there are small birds, bees and worms. Silver-gilt thread scrolls around the design, and along with small metal spangles.

British 1600-1625. The commonplace fashionable floral motifs of the time include honeysuckle, pansies, carnations, foxgloves, borage, strawberries, cornflowers, rosehips, thistles, columbine and vineleaves. There are also pea-pods which include small silver-gilt thread peas, around all of which there are small birds, bees and worms.  Silver-gilt thread scrolls around the design, and along with small metal spangles.
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Chintz jacket, 1810 - I'm not entirely sure on this one: it looks very mid-late Century, however, it might be worth a little extra research.

Chintz jacket, 1810 - Dating seems odd, but the jacket is AMAZING!

A Dutch chintz jacket from Chintz was originally glazed calico textiles, initially specifically those imported from India, printed with designs featuring flowers and other patterns in different colours, typically on a light plain background.

Chintz jacket on white fond, Dutch, From www.nl - looks like it would be an awesome tattoo!

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Jacket (Caraco) Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk
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In the first half of the eighteenth century, ladies wore casaquins and petticoats for daywear as an alternative to the formal robe à la française. The casaquin, or jacket, was cut like a dress but came only to the hip

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Jacket (Caraco) Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk

Jacket (Caraco)  Date: ca. 1785 Culture: Italian Medium: silk
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Caraco, fabric: India for the Western market, late 18th century. Block printed cotton with a pattern of exotic flowers on red ground, checkered linen lining.

Caraco, fabric: India for the Western market, late century. Block printed cotton with a pattern of exotic flowers on red ground, checkered linen lining.

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"Title:	sitsen jak, Broek in Waterland  Keyword:	  Broek in Waterland	  (location)  Broek in Waterland (gemeente)	  (location)  Noord-Holland	  (location)  Noord-Nederland	  (location)  Noordwest-Nederland	  (location)  vrouwenkleding  Zuiderzeekust ten noorden van Amsterdam	  (location)  Technique:	  materiaal geheel: katoen  Object:	  jak  Size:	lengte: 77 cm  Source:	[K.5-54], Streekdrachten in Nederland, Nederlands Openluchtmuseum"

Title: sitsen jak, Broek in Waterland. Collection: Regional Costumes in the Netherlands.

Historical Dress, Historical Clothing, 18th Century Clothing, Dress Fashion, Bodice, 19th Century, Period, Repeating Decimal

Sitsen vrouwenjak, met motieven op witte grond en contouren zwart en rood | Modemuze

Vrouwenjak chintz, with designs on white ground contours and black and red

Fries Sheepvaart Museum, Netherlands  Jaket of polished chintz. Lined with checkered linen. The chintz has a lilac ground with flowers and plants in the colors red, blue, green, ocher, white. The round neckline is plunging. The jacket closes for 14 hooks and eyes. The shot has been cut at the hips and spine creased. Three-quarter sleeves. The front is extended.

English translation: Lined with Plaid linen.Lilac background with flowers and plants in red, blue, green, ochre, white. The round neckline is to deeply cut. The front is closed with 14 hooks/eyes.

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PLAID SILK PET-EN-LAIR JACKET, C. Pale blue, green, cream and purple plaid having rounded front neckline squared in the back above Watteau pleats.

LADYS SILK JACKET, AMERICAN or EUROPEAN, 18th C. - Price Estimate: $800 - $1200

Off-white brocaded with tone on tone scrolling foliage and polychrome floral having square neckline, three quarter sleeve and full skirt with slight cutaway fro

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