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Ladies Banyan  Place of origin: Great Britain, United Kingdom (made)  Date: 1740-1750 (woven)  1750-1760 (made)  Artist/Maker: Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (possibly, designer)  Materials and Techniques: Silk damask, lined with silk taffeta and linen, hand-sewn with silk and linen thread

Banyan

Banyan (informal garment) (back) made by Garthwaite, Anna Maria Britain, Silk damask, lined with silk taffeta and linen, hand sewn with silk and linen thread.

~ “Landgräfin Juliane Wilhelmine Luise von Hessen-Philippsthal (* 8. Juni 1761 in Zütphen; † 9, November, 1799.  ~Johann Heinrich Tischbein.  1781…”

~ “Landgräfin Juliane Wilhelmine Luise von Hessen-Philippsthal (* 8. Juni 1761 in Zütphen; † 9, November, 1799. ~Johann Heinrich Tischbein. 1781…”

Robe à la française of ombré striped silk lampas, German, ca. 1750s, KSUM 2002.35.7 ab.

A Closer Look at an 18th-Century Gown

Pink silk brocade robe a la Francaise (1770-1780), from the Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection

Pink silk brocade robe a la Francaise from the Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection. Sack back open gown of rose pink ribbed silk brocaded with scattered multicolored flower sprays and small cream flower sprigs.

Jerkin Late 16th century or early 17th, Italy, Suede leather lined with taffeta and embroidered; padded,

It will be a great distinction between the men. Source: late century embroidered leather jerkin, also referred as a jacket,worn over doublets and cut the same length.

A Closer Look at an Gown. The textile is laid out so the stripes fall down along the center of the Watteau folds.

Robe a la francaise ca. 1750’s From the Royal Ontario Museum

Confessions of a Costumeholic / Confessions d'une Costumeholique: Robe à la what? Explanations of common gown styles in c women's fashion.

Dress Date: ca. 1856 Culture: British Medium: silk

1856 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimension available] Credit Line: Gift of Mary Pierrepont Beckwith, 1969

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