to Williamsburg Rose 18th
Century Fashion Gallery|
Williamsburg Rose has supplied a variety of lovely and unique 18th century fashions for many clients.
Enjoy the styles and fashions pictured below - perhaps you'll see an inspiration tohave us create an ensemble for your own special event!
Detail of stomacher - silver bullion, various silver threads, sequins, beads
1750's Riding Habit
Wool cloth, velvet facings,
worn with a lace jabot and cuffs,
and a jaunty tricorn.
lovely spring outfit -
Detail of the linen pet-en-l'air;
showing lacings over a matching stomacher,white lace-edged neckline, folded robings at each side, and gathered falling cuffs, fashionable from the 1750's through 1770's
view of Brunswick jacket -
A statley Ball Gown in the formal Robe a la Francaise style, made in lilac moire and trimme with simple white lace.
Family group - lady's winter day ensemble- gold wool pet-en-l'air and quilted satin petticoat; older child in silk dress with leading strings; toddler in linen gown. Both children ear puding caps, lady hold a child's cloak.
Bridal ensemble - formal Robe a la Francaise gown made in ivory silk taffeta trimmed with burgumdy silk ruching, and a variety of ivory lace
Formal Robe a la Francaise gown of metallic brocade accented with gold lace trim and handmade metallic floss flowers
Details on blue brocade jacket; cuffs, stomacher with ribbon trimming, chatelaine
Dressed for a summer outing- Lady in a silver and blue brocaded pet-en-l'air jacket, wearing a hooded lace mantle, carrying an olive green silk calash; toddler in cotton print gown with leading strings, straw flat hat
A classical Robe a l'Anglaise from the 1760's, made in red and gold brocade, with fly fringe trimming.
For further information on custom order items email Williamsburg Rose