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"Isabelle", from the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion". Lancaster-Barreto collection. Pelisse: Moss green silk taffetas pelisse with sky blue silk lining and Point de Bruxelles lace collar, French or English, ca. 1811. Pumpkin-colored cashmere shawl, Indian, ca. 1810. Gold brooch with sea shell cameo and paste jewels, English/Italian, 1812-1815.

1910 Silk silver gauze gown with woven pattern in gold. Straight style with high waist. Short sleeves with tie effect, inlet panels of gold net. Stomacher panel of gold net sewn with glass beads silver cord, artificial pearls and pastes. Epaulettes of fine crepe cross over effect on front bodice with paste metal buckle. Fastens at back; fastenings are partly concealed by panel of gold net as front.

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Wool-embroidered cotton dress – France, 1805-1810

Robe, France, vers 1805-1810 Mousseline de coton, broderie de laine au passé, dentelle aux fuseaux type Valenciennes

'Robe à l'anglaise', c. 1785-1795. Blue silk satin. Scarf in white cotton muslin. 'Habit à la française', three-piece set of coat, waistcoat and breeches, c. 1785-1795

Gown, ca. 1910. Silver silk gauze with woven pattern in gold. Straight style with high waist. Short sleeves with tie effect, inlet panels of gold net. Stomacher panel of gold net sewn with glass beads, silver cord, artificial pearls and pastes. Epaulettes of fine crepe cross-over effect on front bodice with paste metal buckle. Fastens at back; fastenings are partly concealed by panel of gold net as in front. Original underskirt was replaced by one of blue nylon.