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Silver and paste earrings…paste, cut glass, was often used as a substitute for diamonds…Late c French silver MET

Brocaded Damask Robe a l' anglaise c. 1750, England, blue and ivory damask is brocaded on only about half of the flowers and foliage. The three-dimensional effect makes the design seem to move with the wearer. Trousseau - Fine Antique Fashion

Brocaded Damask Robe a l' anglaise, circa England, blue and ivory damask is brocaded on only about half of the flowers and foliage. The three-dimensional effect makes the design seem to move with the wearer. Via Trousseau - Fine Antique Fashion.

18th century, France - Dress - Silk, metal thread

Back view, robe à la francaise, France, century. Cream and pale blue striped silk brocaded with floral sprays and chinoiserie motifs in multicoloured silk threads, metal thread embroidery.

Dress (side view), 1750–75, French, printed cotton (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress (side view), French, printed cotton (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art an interesting front robing that includes a deep ruffle

18th Century Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2811 French open robe

Open Robe worn à la Polonaise with Compère Bodice Fronts: ca. French, brocaded silk taffeta, appliqués of cut-out stripes and pleated ribbon, bodice lined with linen, hem faced with silk; all hand-stitched.

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