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Met Museum dates this dressing gown to the 1870s (note narrow sleeves). Wool, cotton, silk (probably wool body with silk trim and cotton lining).

Met Museum dates this dressing gown to the (note narrow sleeves). Wool, cotton, silk (probably wool body with silk trim and cotton lining).

Two Gentleman' s Wool Dressing Gowns English and American, late 19th century The first of brown felted wool with plaid lining, cuffs and shawl collar, purple and white cord trim, and tasseled cord belt, labeled: Peter Robinson Ltd/London W.I., the second of an ombre blanket plaid in shades of blue and olive, cord belt, labeled: Imported Fabric/Daniels and Fisher Stores Co./Denver.

* Two Gentleman' s Wool Dressing Gowns English and American, late century…

1850-70 dressing gown in the "great frock coat" style, per V&A Museum. Made of figured shot silk, lined and quilted throughout with khaki silk. More details on V&A site.

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Dressing gown Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (probably, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Jacquard-woven silk, quilted and lined with silk (V Museum)

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Pictures of Nightgowns, Nightcaps, Dressing Gowns and Banyans, plus Banyan Web Links - Century French gowns and caps from Racinet. A Nightgown (aka Banyan) was worn indoors as very informal day or ni

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