Ensemble Date: 1869 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a–c): 25 in. (63.5 cm) Length at CB: 15 in. (38.1 cm)
Evening dress, 1855-1860, British, silk and linen. From the shoulder to hem 136.5 cm. Lovely and elegant mantle-style bodice with sculpting and trim repeated on the flounces. From the Leeds Museums and Galleries Collections.
Morning coat, 1870-75. This example is a variation of the morning coat. It was introduced in 1870 and was known as the 'University' or 'Angle-fronted' coat. The fronts were cut at an acute angle from the second button, exposing much of the waistcoat.
18th Century gown - XVIII век?? но можно сделать такой кринолин и на XIX в.
Object Number 1983.001.0140 a-d Object Name Ensemble (childs dress) Date 1860-1869 Culture American, attributed Description Bright blue silk taffeta. Bodice: long sleeves, button back white fringe. Skirt: full with fringe trim. Belt: as peplum with fringe. Sleeves: extra, shaped. Original catalog card: C. 1860, Child’s dress of electric blue silk taffeta. Bodice with long sleeves trimmed with 3 rows of white braid and fringe, center front buttons and braid at front and back in V shape…
Silk dress with velvet Greek key pattern trim, 1855. From The Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, London
Portrait of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, 1857, Franz Xavier Winterhalter
Circa 1860s child's dress: Wool twill, applied silk soutache braid trim, linen Valenciennes bobbin lace, glazed cotton plain weave, and brass hooks, via Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.