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Silk dress panels

Silk dress panels

Silk Dress BrocadeSilk Dress Brocade 1760's  This dress fabric would have had been worn by candelight, the light making the ivory appear silvery. Glorious colour.

Silk Dress BrocadeSilk Dress Brocade 1760's This dress fabric would have had been worn by candelight, the light making the ivory appear silvery. Glorious colour.

England, Spitalfields    Two Panels from a Dress, c. 1745/46    Silk, plain weave with patterning and brocading wefts- Art Institute of Chicago

England, Spitalfields Two Panels from a Dress, c. 1745/46 Silk, plain weave with patterning and brocading wefts- Art Institute of Chicago

England, Spitalfields    Panel (from a Dress), c. 1748/49    Silk, plain weave with supplementary brocading wefts and self-patterned by complementary ground weft floa- Art Institute of Chicago

England, Spitalfields Panel (from a Dress), c. 1748/49 Silk, plain weave with supplementary brocading wefts and self-patterned by complementary ground weft floa- Art Institute of Chicago

Panel With Design of Floral Meander France, circa 1725-1760 Textiles; panels Silk brocade on patterned silk ground

Panel With Design of Floral Meander France, circa 1725-1760 Textiles; panels Silk brocade on patterned silk ground

Spitalfields, England (woven) Date:  1740s (made) 1780s (altered) Artist/Maker:  Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer) Materials and Techniques:  Brocaded satin in coloured silks Credit Line:  Given by Mrs Olive FurnivallGown | Anna Maria Garthwaite | V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Spitalfields, England (woven) Date: 1740s (made) 1780s (altered) Artist/Maker: Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded satin in coloured silks Credit Line: Given by Mrs Olive FurnivallGown | Anna Maria Garthwaite | V&A Search the Collections

Detail fabric, robe à la Francaise (sack back gown), London and China (silk), 1760-1765. Cream painted Chinese silk with floral motifs.

Sack back

Detail fabric, robe à la Francaise (sack back gown), London and China (silk), 1760-1765. Cream painted Chinese silk with floral motifs.

Fabric panel, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite, silk brocade, c. 1740, produced in Spitalfields section of London.

Fabric panel, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite, silk brocade, c. 1740, produced in Spitalfields section of London.

1770-1780 ca.   Corded Silk.          manchestergalleries.org                            suzilove.com

1770-1780 ca. Corded Silk. manchestergalleries.org suzilove.com

American Duchess: Buyer's Guide to 18th Century Cotton Floral Prints

American Duchess: Buyer's Guide to 18th Century Cotton Floral Prints

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