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PARTIAL SPITALFIELD SILK BROCADE DRESS, 1765-1780 Robe a l'anglaise of cream ground brocaded w/ floral sprays in cherry red, gold & green, open front skirt, sleeves removed, bodice re-worked, fabric very good-excellent.

Silk brocade dress, British, ca. 1780.

I love the construction of this gown, just not pink. Deep blue or claret. | Exposition "L'art du costume à la Comédie-française"

Floral Silk Brocade Robe a L'anglaise with elbow length fitted untrimmed sleeves, waist with front and back rounded point, open front skirt with fly-fringe edged ruched silk applied in zig-zag pattern, skirt knife pleated to bodice back and sides, homespun linen bodice & sleeve lining, (neckline edged with silk ribbon tie, possibly later addition, some staining) excellent.

A robe à la Francaise of Chinese lampas satin, circa 1760, The fabric circa 1750, the satin woven with bronze and cream peonies and coiling foliage, the open-robe and petticoat trimmed with furbelows of matching braid trimmed silk, the sleeves with shirred double ruffled `sabot' cuffs, the back panel of the skirt of brown and white. 1740s European silk

PINK SILK BROCADE ROBE A LA FRANCAISE, 1770-1780. Sack back open gown of rose pink ribbed silk brocaded with scattered multicolored flower sprays and small cream flower sprigs, looped cream silk fringe trim, bodice with pendant self fabric bands to cross-over and pin under arms, center front eyelets forlacing.

Perfect pattern matching to a sack back, Robe à la Française, c.1770, Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, via The Ornamented Being

Robe à la Française "Sack-back gown", c.1750-1760, France, Dress: liseré satin, grey and green silk. Lining: striped taffeta, green and violet silk. Green silk chenille appliqués. "This robe à la française is a copybook illustration of the Rococo aesthetic, which saw beauty as necessarily dynamic: the undulation of the flowers on the fabric and the silk chenille appliqués on the bodice were harmoniously matched by the swaying of the panniers as the wearer moved about."