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Dress, cotton, American

Dress, cotton, American

Date:      1860s  Culture:      American  Medium:      silk , wool  Dimensions:      Length at CB: 23 in. (58.4 cm); Width at Bottom: 81 1/2 in. (207 cm)

Date: Culture: American Medium: silk , wool Dimensions: Length at CB: 23 in. Width at Bottom: 81 in.

Date: 1820–29: cotton  Ensemble | American | The Met

Date: AmericanMedium: cottonDimensions: Length at CB (a): 24 in. cm)Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of The Jason and Peggy Westerfield Collection, Number:

A very smart boy’s silk dress made in England, circa 1850. I love the fake button detailing. by silvia

This dress was worn by Albert Edward, Prince of Wales When it came into the museum's collections it was accompanied by a label inscribed "His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales' silk frock in

Child's dress circa 1855. (With acknowledgement to http://www.metmuseum.org/)

Child's dress circa 1855. (With acknowledgement to http://www.metmuseum.org/)

Little girl's underclothes back view. Her stays feature lacing just like an adults version but also have straps to keep the stays in place. The petticoats are so cute and puffy!

Little girl's underclothes back view. Her stays feature lacing just like an adults version but also have straps to keep the stays in place. The petticoats are so cute and puffy!

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