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Detalle 1804.

Detalle 1804.

Dress ca. 1804, Object Number: 2002.035.0004, Kent State University Museum

Dress ca. 1804, Object Number: 2002.035.0004, Kent State University Museum

Dress made of fine white muslin with bands of diamonds and spots woven into the fabric.1801 - 1810 - Museum of London

Dress made of fine white muslin with bands of diamonds and spots woven into the fabric.1801 - 1810 - Museum of London

Berlin Museum L'angleterre

Berlin Museum L'angleterre

Evening dress Date: ca. 1809 Culture: American Medium: cotton Accession Number: 1976.142.1

Evening dress Date: ca. 1809 Culture: American Medium: cotton Accession Number: 1976.142.1

This will be made out of a beautiful gold heavy cotton with a motif of foxes, hounds, and deer on it. C. 1819.

This will be made out of a beautiful gold heavy cotton with a motif of foxes, hounds, and deer on it. C. 1819.

White muslin dress embroidered with metallic thread in a sprig design. Worn by Anna Jospha King. 1805 Australian Dress Registry.

White muslin dress embroidered with metallic thread in a sprig design. Worn by Anna Jospha King. 1805 Australian Dress Registry.

ephemeral-elegance:  Whitework Embroidered Spangled Evening Dress, ca. 1810 via Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest   What an odd front on this gown! Lace-up fronts on bodices are not something that you see all the time during this era, particularly not the way this is done, which gives the effect of a Georgian stomacher. The heavy-duty hardware used instead of eyelets is also quite interesting; it looks very weighty, and very chunky in comparison to the thin cord used to lace the bodice…

ephemeral-elegance: Whitework Embroidered Spangled Evening Dress, ca. 1810 via Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest What an odd front on this gown! Lace-up fronts on bodices are not something that you see all the time during this era, particularly not the way this is done, which gives the effect of a Georgian stomacher. The heavy-duty hardware used instead of eyelets is also quite interesting; it looks very weighty, and very chunky in comparison to the thin cord used to lace the bodice…

c. 1809 China Silk Gown AntiqueDress.com [This is so plain and simple, I wonder if it's a "slip dress" to be worn under a netted or lace overdress.]

c. 1809 China Silk Gown AntiqueDress.com [This is so plain and simple, I wonder if it's a "slip dress" to be worn under a netted or lace overdress.]

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