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Apricot gold silk open robe gown embroidered lace, fly fringe and pearls trim, and petticoat of cream silk. Complemented with pearl strand bracelets on both wrists. Detail from portrait of Mrs. Grace Dalrymple Elliott (1754?–1823), 1778, Thomas Gainsborough. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe a l'anglaise - 1785-87 - French - silk MET C.I.66.39a,b Notes love the waist tabs in the front and the mini robing like dividers

Robe à l'Anglaise, France, 1780-1785, Chinese silk, brocade, cotton. | les arts decoratifs

Robe à l'Anglaise, France, 1780-1785, Chinese silk, brocade, cotton. | les arts decoratifs

Gown of white silk, 1770, Sweden, embroidered with darker and lighter purple silk and silver. Consists of seven parts, skirt (width 284 cm), bodice (2 parts), jacket with watteau pleat in the back, 2 loose sleeves and headpiece. Belonged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756 - 1841) on Gärdesta. Sörmlands museum

Gown of white silk, 1770, Sweden, embroidered with darker and lighter purple silk and silver. Consists of seven parts, skirt (width 284 cm), bodice (2 parts), jacket with watteau pleat in the back, 2 loose sleeves and headpiece. Belonged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756 - 1841) on Gärdesta. Sörmlands museum

Robe a l’anglaise, 1780-85 From the Museum Rotterdam - See more at: http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/#sthash.MYKSfxhr.dpuf