1800-1810 Dress and Underdress, Winterthur Museum

This lovely piece was displayed in the main textile gallery when I visited the Winterthur Museum in November of last year. There are lots of nice details to look at: the cording in the neckline, the flounces on the hem, and the cuff treatment of the sleeves. It is great to see that the underdress has survived as well.

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3 thoughts on “1800-1810 Dress and Underdress, Winterthur Museum

  1. Absolutely lovely! Thank you for sharing. How do you feel about people “pinning” your photos on Pinterest? I haven’t pinned these since I realize that images on Pinterest really get a life on their own and sometimes lose their sources. Cheers!

    • Hello Madame Berg! I’m fine with people pinning my images. Of course, I’d like to see my info and the museum’s info stay with the pin, but I know that can’t be controlled. Nature of the internet, and I accept that. But thank you for being conscientious enough to ask!

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