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Dress 1805 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Woman's Dress Made in United States, North and Central America, c. 1805 Indian export fine white cotton plain weave with white cotton embroidery in padded satin, stem, and chain stitches and drawn fabric work Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Evening dress, England, Britain ca. 1818. Machine made silk net, embroidered with silk, trimmed with satin decoration, wired epaulettes, hand-sewn.

Evening dress Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1818 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with silk, trimmed with satin decoration, wired epaulettes, hand-sewn

Embroidered dress, 1813-1817, Fashion Museum at Bath, http://www.museumofcostume.co.uk/collections/collection_search/DressDetails.aspx?objectID=batmc_i_09_952

Long cream embroidered dress (Regency/Jane Austen Fashion) Number: BATMC Material(s): cotton and silk Technique(s): woven (muslin) and woven (satin) Creation d.