Martha Washington's gown, 1780s Made of salmon pink faille, Mrs. Washington's dress features a handpainted pattern of flowers and insects. It was first displayed in the original First Ladies Hall, which opened in the Arts and Industries Building in 1914. On loan for many years, the dress became part of the permanent collections in 1929.
Love it... lose the dead animal !!! 18th Century Scottish clothing, man's red tartan kilt & jacket
Female Dress - Waistcoats & Jackets
Shirt - Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1540 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidered linen with silk
1770-1800 Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton. Via… Mais
Linen petticoat with wool embroidery // Flora and fauna detail on hem // American (colonial Vermont), mid 18th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Back View of Robe a la Francaise
Mantua, 18th century (probably 1740-60) From Christie’s