Round Gown: Textile ca. 1785–90; Dress ca. 1795, European, silk plain weave with weft-float patterning, silk and metallic-thread embroidery, sequins, silk and linen net, silk satin, and silk plain-weave (faille) trim.
Jupe et caraco, France, vers 1775-1790 Toile imprimée et pinceautée, frange de passementerie
1790s dress, Manchester Galleries. Can't tell if this is an apron (no bust area coverage), or a print overdress over a white muslin.
Evening Dress, Italy, ca.1795
Linen and cotton gown; with its open robe and matching petticoat, dates to the 1790s. The cotton fabric is both printed and painted and was made in India or in England. The dress is sewn with linen thread and was probably made in America.
Frockcoat, France, 1710, velvet and silver embroidery lace to front, pockets and center rear panel of skirts. Possible detachable upturned cuffs in contrasting silver/grey velvet.
Cotton Dress, circa 1795-1799
Hortense de Beauharnais; attributed to Jacques Sablet Musée Fesch, Corsica. Natalie's notes: simple hairstyle and hair wrap.
Gown (Round Gown?): ca. 1790-1810, English, cotton block-printed to shape, ties under bodice, loop and string ties on train to fasten it up, bodice lined with cotton, sleeve extensions are separable. Not shown: B & C. Two matching thumbless mitts or removable long tight sleeves, wrist length, unlined. [Search for Acc. No. 1991-449,A-C]