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Robe à la Française Date: 1765–70 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.854

Robe à la Française Date: 1765–70 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.854

An English or French dress from circa 1790. I love the transitional silhouette of this piece. Also love the pleating.

An English or French dress from circa 1790. I love the transitional silhouette of this piece. Also love the pleating.

Robe a la Francaise, 1770, ivory silk damask. The dress has a watermelon colored lining - a textile that has been recycled. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Robe a la Francaise, 1770, ivory silk damask. The dress has a watermelon colored lining - a textile that has been recycled. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Life-Sized French Mannequin wearing a robe a la Francaise, c.1765, French school

Life-Sized French Mannequin wearing a robe a la Francaise, c.1765, French school

Stella de Libero...another pretty picture. This Model really makes it look beautiful instead of trashy...pity about the background! It's sooo trashy, takes away from the dress!! Needs to be outside, organic...a good contrast.

Stella de Libero...another pretty picture. This Model really makes it look beautiful instead of trashy...pity about the background! It's sooo trashy, takes away from the dress!! Needs to be outside, organic...a good contrast.

Gown and Petticoat    1785    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Gown and Petticoat 1785 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Marie Antoinette Shoes/Pink Ivory Pearls

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Marie Antoinette Shoes/Pink Ivory Pearls

Robe a la francaise ca. 1760 From the Rijks Museum

Robe a la francaise ca. 1760 From the Rijks Museum

Robe à la Française Date: 1765–70 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.854

Robe à la Française Date: 1765–70 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.854

Mantua  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made)  France (woven)  Date: 1755-1760 (made)  1753-1755 (woven)  Materials and Techniques: Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn  Museum number: T.592:1 to 7-1993

Mantua

Mantua Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) France (woven) Date: 1755-1760 (made) 1753-1755 (woven) Materials and Techniques: Silk, silver-gilt thread, linen thread, silk thread, hand-sewn Museum number: T.592:1 to 7-1993

Gown | V&A Search the Collections Due to the great expense of silk, it was very common practice in the 18th century for women to remake and update their gowns. Gros de tours silks were luxury fabrics in the 1740s, costing between 6 shillings and twelve shillings per yard; a sack-back gown required some fifteen yards of silk.

Gown

Gown | V&A Search the Collections Due to the great expense of silk, it was very common practice in the 18th century for women to remake and update their gowns. Gros de tours silks were luxury fabrics in the 1740s, costing between 6 shillings and twelve shillings per yard; a sack-back gown required some fifteen yards of silk.

Spitalfields Silk Brocade c.1780 Gown Construction 1840's, Portraits 1840 & 1930 | eBay

Spitalfields Silk Brocade c.1780 Gown Construction 1840's, Portraits 1840 & 1930 | eBay

Robe à la française ca. 1770 From Thierry de Maigret

Robe à la française ca. 1770 From Thierry de Maigret

Robe à la française: ca. 1750-1775, European, silk, trim.

Robe à la française: ca. 1750-1775, European, silk, trim.