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Camisa-  1780-1810. Mujer de cambio de hilo blanco o ropa interior. Escote amplio frente a 3/8 "cinta, con dos ojales para cordón en la parte delantera central de la línea del cuello.  mangas con dobladillo llano y refuerzos debajo de los brazos. Dos bandas de refuerzo en la parte superior de los hombros y en la unión de la manga al cuerpo. Cuerpo largo completo, cortado en ángulo desde el hombro hasta el dobladillo, con piezas triangulares para crear plenitud falda extra. Cosido con lino.

Camisa- 1780-1810. Mujer de cambio de hilo blanco o ropa interior. Escote amplio frente a 3/8 "cinta, con dos ojales para cordón en la parte delantera central de la línea del cuello. mangas con dobladillo llano y refuerzos debajo de los brazos. Dos bandas de refuerzo en la parte superior de los hombros y en la unión de la manga al cuerpo. Cuerpo largo completo, cortado en ángulo desde el hombro hasta el dobladillo, con piezas triangulares para crear plenitud falda extra. Cosido con lino.

Short shift, open front    1790-1820  Origin: America, New York, Ossining  OL: 21"; Width across chest: 22"  Linen tabby, linen twill tape, linen cording  Gift of Mrs. Cora Ginsburg.    Acc. No. 1990-5

Short shift, open front 1790-1820 Origin: America, New York, Ossining OL: 21"; Width across chest: 22" Linen tabby, linen twill tape, linen cording Gift of Mrs. Cora Ginsburg. Acc. No. 1990-5

Shift, marked "RDP"  1780-1810  Origin: Europe  Selvage to selvage width: 31"; Body: 52 wefts x 52 ; OL: 45 7/8"; Sleeve length: 10 5/8"; Sleeves 72 wefts x 52; Stitches per inch range 10-15.  White linen tabby, silk marking stitches; linen thread.

Shift, marked "RDP" 1780-1810 Origin: Europe Selvage to selvage width: 31"; Body: 52 wefts x 52 ; OL: 45 7/8"; Sleeve length: 10 5/8"; Sleeves 72 wefts x 52; Stitches per inch range 10-15. White linen tabby, silk marking stitches; linen thread.

Chemise 1780s, American. Linen, cotton.

Chemise 1780s, American. Linen, cotton.

1790-1820, Shift or woman's undergarment made of coarse natural linen in tabby weave. Shift has short sleeves with gussets under arms and scooped neck line. The neck, sleeves, and hem are finished with narrow rolled hems. Linen sewing thread.    Mark(s): "RANKIN" written in ink on tag sewn

1790-1820, Shift or woman's undergarment made of coarse natural linen in tabby weave. Shift has short sleeves with gussets under arms and scooped neck line. The neck, sleeves, and hem are finished with narrow rolled hems. Linen sewing thread. Mark(s): "RANKIN" written in ink on tag sewn

1790-1820 Origin: America OW: 37"; OL: 51"; Hem circumference: 70" Linen thread count 40X36 Linen CW

1790-1820 Origin: America OW: 37"; OL: 51"; Hem circumference: 70" Linen thread count 40X36 Linen CW

BRIEF DESCRIPTION  Nightdress that belonged to Queen Lovisa, 1720-1782.  NAME  Owner :Lovisa of Sweden (1828-1871)  Owner :Elise Morin  DATING  1720-1782  OTHER KEYWORDS  linen  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY NUMBER  21161 (61:41)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION Nightdress that belonged to Queen Lovisa, 1720-1782. NAME Owner :Lovisa of Sweden (1828-1871) Owner :Elise Morin DATING 1720-1782 OTHER KEYWORDS linen COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY NUMBER 21161 (61:41)

MaraRiley.net–1800-1820 Linen Shift

MaraRiley.net–1800-1820 Linen Shift

Chemise Date: third quarter 18th century Culture: French Medium: linen Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Dudley Wadsworth, 1941 Accession Number: C.I.41.161.7

Chemise Date: third quarter 18th century Culture: French Medium: linen Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Dudley Wadsworth, 1941 Accession Number: C.I.41.161.7

Pair of clocked stockings- European 1650-1750, knitted red silk socks with 6 white strips and toe. Silver yarn embroidered clocks.

Pair of clocked stockings- European 1650-1750, knitted red silk socks with 6 white strips and toe. Silver yarn embroidered clocks.

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