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Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after from Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection

1855 dress via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

1855 dress via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Engageants, with pagoda sleeves, round low neckline with fichu

Boat cloak, circa 1805 although quite faded, it is an extremely rare survival of protective or outdoor clothing from the early part of the 19th century. It is made of a hard wearing, coarse weave green wool and lined with a similar brown wool. The cloak, which is quite voluminous, gathers into a stand or fall collar and fastens with a small Royal Naval button at the neck.

Boat cloak, circa green wool and lined with a similar brown wool, small Royal Naval button at the neck.

Woman’s Dress, circa 1885, England. Silk plain weave with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin. (M.2007.211.781a-b) LACMA Collections Online

labelleotero: “ Los Angeles County Museum of Art England Woman’s Dress, circa 1885 Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk plain weave with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin, A) Bodice Center back length: 25

Woman's two-part day dress  French Late 1870s–early 1880s Designed by Esther Geraud (French)

White cotton two-piece dress with beige embroidered eyelet trim on edges and center front, burgundy silk grosgrain ribbon bows, polonaise bodice with mother-of-pearl buttons.

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