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A Sartorial Statement: 18th Century Mitts in Progress

A Sartorial Statement: 18th Century Mitts in Progress

Rococo Fan and Lace

Rococo Fan and Lace

18th Century French Dressing and Writing Table

18th Century French Dressing and Writing Table

Women's shoes, France. 1700-1750, Brown leather, relief embroidery with colorful silk, and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak. Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

Women's shoes, France. 1700-1750, Brown leather, relief embroidery with colorful silk, and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak. Via Schweizerisches National Museum.

Brunswick

Brunswick

Pair of womans mitts  Italian, 18th century  Italy

Pair of womans mitts Italian, 18th century Italy

oh, so pretty! - Embroidered Green Silk Fichu  Continental, mid-18thC. Fichus, or scarves, were integral components of women's day dress in the eighteenth century. They could be triangular in shape, or square and folded into a triangle, and were worn over the shoulders covering the upper chest. They were generally made of fine white cotton or linen and often decorated with whitework embroidery. This example was clearly intended for formal wear.

oh, so pretty! - Embroidered Green Silk Fichu Continental, mid-18thC. Fichus, or scarves, were integral components of women's day dress in the eighteenth century. They could be triangular in shape, or square and folded into a triangle, and were worn over the shoulders covering the upper chest. They were generally made of fine white cotton or linen and often decorated with whitework embroidery. This example was clearly intended for formal wear.

The Chinese Cabinet, or Cabinet of Mirrors, at Bayreuth Hermitage, Germany, circa 1735.

The Chinese Cabinet, or Cabinet of Mirrors, at Bayreuth Hermitage, Germany, circa 1735.

Bag, 1794, French.

Bag, 1794, French.

Lovely hat....Portrait of a young woman with a fan, 18th century, Ecole Provençale

Lovely hat....Portrait of a young woman with a fan, 18th century, Ecole Provençale