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1885 Boy's Dress Culture: American Medium: cotton, piqué, mother of pearl Ivory cotton pique, with small basket-weave pattern; machine-sewn; dropped waist, with calf-length gathered skirt; straight bodice; long crescent shaped sleeves; narrow bermuda-style collar; ivory ric-rac manipulated into snowflake-like shapes is inset in three vertical bands down bodice front, horizontal band midway down skirt. Source…

1885 Boy's Dress Culture: American Medium: cotton, piqué, mother of pearl Ivory cotton pique, with small basket-weave pattern; machine-sewn; dropped waist, with calf-length gathered skirt; straight bodice; long crescent shaped sleeves; narrow bermuda-style collar; ivory ric-rac manipulated into snowflake-like shapes is inset in three vertical bands down bodice front, horizontal band midway down skirt. Source…

dress  nationality American  creation date 1830's  materials challis and basque  Indianapolis Museum of Art  accession number 70.117.3

dress nationality American creation date 1830's materials challis and basque Indianapolis Museum of Art accession number 70.117.3

Original catalog card: C. 1880s, 3/4 length child’s dress of white cotton. The dress inset with lace and white embroidery, with a scoop neck and flat lace collar and two ruffles at the hem.

Original catalog card: C. 1880s, 3/4 length child’s dress of white cotton. The dress inset with lace and white embroidery, with a scoop neck and flat lace collar and two ruffles at the hem.

Dress (image 5) | French | 1871 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 21.179a–d

Dress (image 5) | French | 1871 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 21.179a–d

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