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Men's drawers (went under their breeches) 1805 - but would have been little changed from the 1700s

Men's drawers from the century that were usually made of flannel for warmth. These were also undergarments.

Queen Victoria's Slippers: ca. 1840-1848, English, satin. "These dainty cream slippers were made for Queen Victoria during the 1840s by boot and shoemakers Gundry and Son...Victoria had nine-inch feet, approximately a size 3–3.5 in today’s sizes...They have small leather soles and no heel as was common for the time... As it was considered inappropriate to show one’s feet women squeezed into small shoes to appear more delicate..."

Pair of Queen Victoria's white satin slippers, England, These would be darling with my white capri pants and white and gold dotted blouse

White cotton embroidered with polychrome silk and gilt-silver yarns in vining floral motif. Two side panels lace with gilt-silver lacing over center panel; four flaring tabs at base; gilt-silver galloon trim. 6 linen tabs and 2 linen ties at sides. Linen lining.

neogrotesque: “Stomacher, England White cotton embroidered with polychrome silk and gilt-silver yarns in vining floral motif. Two side panels lace with gilt-silver lacing over center panel;

Mules, c.1730, France. 'Pearl-embroidered' upper with coloured floral motif on off-white background, cream tawed lining and insole; brown, vegetally tanned leather welt, sole, wooden heel covering and toecap. Especially notable for sablé or 'pearl-embroidered' ornamentation, a technique resembling that of needlepoint lace: tiny glass beads are mounted on horizontal threads and surrounded with a network of blanket stitching. Popular in the 1730s on furniture but extremely rare on shoes.

Pair of mules, circa 1730

Mules- A popular indoor shoe style that is backless and usually close-toed. Date: 1730 Origin: France.

Robe a la Piemontaise, ca 1770-1790, IMATEX. A historical example of this unusual, late 1770s-80s style.

Registre: 11957 Side view Sacque gown a la Piedmontese, ca.), plain cream ribbed silk, metallic and silk embroidery. Metallic lace borders all the embroidery elements.

Double pocket, North America, 1750-1775. Undyed cotton embroidered with multicoloured floral motifs in wool thread.

Pocket (Double pocket) Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: United States, North America Date: Materials: Cotton;

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Marie Antoinette, 18th Century, Google Images, Canvas

chemise XVIIIème

Chemise Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen, faced Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

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