Sunday, 25 February 2018

Fashion Gallery: Robes à l'Anglaises (1740's)


Yellow

Dutch gown, 1740-45

1740-1745 Gown


Silk gown, 1740-50

1740 - 50s yellow silk gown.  Remodeled


British gown, 1740's




Red

English silk gown, 1740-60

English back gown, 1740-60, Met Museum.  It's mounted a little oddly with the robings pointed directly together at the bottom of the center front.American Duchess: English Gowns of the 18th Century



Green

Danish silk brocade gown, 1740's

Green silk dress with train, ca. 1740



English gown of Spitalfields silk, 1743
Rear view, robe à l'Anglaise, England (Spitalfields), ca. 1770, fabric: ca. 1743. Forest-green silk damask, woven with large scale flowerheads, berries and leaves, with ribbon-tied front bodice, cuffs edged in self-fringing.A Spitalfields forest-green damask silk robe a l'Anglaise, circa 1770, the fabric circa 1743, woven with large scale flowerheads, berries and leaves, with ribbon-tied close front bodice, the angular cuffs edged in self-fringing Archive List - Kerry Taylor Auctions



Gown with red and green embroideries, 1740's



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