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Redingote Date: 1818–20 Culture: French Medium: silk Redingotes were worn from 1818 onwards initially indoors in cold weather, worn open to reveal the dress beneath. Its name derives from the 18th century version of a riding coat.

Redingote Date: 1818–20 Culture: French Medium: silk Redingotes were worn from 1818 onwards initially indoors in cold weather, worn open to reveal the dress beneath. Its name derives from the 18th century version of a riding coat.

Morning dress ca. 1820 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Morning dress ca. 1820 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

philadelphia museum of art dress 1810 | dress, 1810–20, American (back view) - in the Metropolitan Museum ...

philadelphia museum of art dress 1810 | dress, 1810–20, American (back view) - in the Metropolitan Museum ...

1810 fashion - Google Search

1810 fashion - Google Search

This regency wedding dress from Princess Charlotte is simply stunning with its attention to beading detail and the use of silver threading :) JOY!

This regency wedding dress from Princess Charlotte is simply stunning with its attention to beading detail and the use of silver threading :) JOY!

A day dress of ivory silk gauze, circa 1810, with an all over leaf design in green silk thread.

A day dress of ivory silk gauze, circa 1810, with an all over leaf design in green silk thread.

HISTORICAL GREEN & OIL PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL GREEN & OIL PRINTED DRESSES

Visiting ensemble, American ca 1818, silk (Metropolitan Museum)

Visiting ensemble, American ca 1818, silk (Metropolitan Museum)

Indian Muslin, 1810's

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Indian Muslin, 1810's

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