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Dress: circa 1857, European, silk.

I DO LOVE A NICE PLAID! 1857 Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edwin R. Metcalf, 1969 Accession Number: b Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Red tartan plaid silk taffeta dress with green fringe, c. late I still don't care for the silhouette of dresses, but the plaid was too much not to share.

Plaid silk, European, ca. 1857. High bodice trimmed with noueds/butterfly bows; open sleeves with noueds at heading and opening; pleated skirt. Shown with collar and undersleeves. MET

1857 Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edwin R. Metcalf, 1969 Accession Number: b

Day dress ca. late 1860’s | From Christie’s

Plaid silk dress, late auctioned at Christie's. From Plaid Petticoats: "The Glare and Glitter is Brutal": Chemical Dyes and Plaids of the Century

Day dress, 1853-57 From the Chester County Historical Society

Day dress, From the Chester County Historical SocietyDRESS, BACK TO ERA BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR Green, white, and red plaid silk This green and red plaid silk dress epitomizes the look of the with its wide bell shaped skirt and pagoda sleeves

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American Civil War Art - Ensemble Date: ca. 1870 Culture: American Medium: silk, wool Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

Dress: early 1860s. Silk with woven plaid pattern. Victoria wore tartan/plaid to honor Scottish. Still a lot of taffeta during this time.

Dress: early Silk with woven plaid pattern. Victoria wore tartan/plaid to honor Scottish. Still a lot of taffeta during this time.

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LES ROBES EN COULEUR - Page 2

1840 robe écossaise

American, woven silk plaid with cotton-glazed lining, linen-glazed inner bodice lining, silk twill binding tape and silk floss needleworked buttons.

Day dress, 1840’s-60’s United States, MFA Boston

Silk Dress: Silk taffeta with silk galloon, cotton-serge lining, whalebone, metal hook and eye closure, and self-fabric bow and ribbon ornament. Via Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

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