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Of thin fabric, very full to the upper part of the wrist with a deep cuff, in 1829 with a close cuff with reversed points or a reversed ruffle; for day wear circa 1828-30. Previously a long full sleeve divided into puffs by bands or ribbons at regular distances, also known as the Marie sleeve.

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'Morning Dress. Afternoon Costume', October 1828, probably by William Read, published by  George Byrom Whittaker, published in  La Belle Assemblée or Bell’s Court and Fashionable Magazine - NPG D47622

'Morning Dress. Afternoon Costume', October 1828

probably by William Read, published by George Byrom Whittaker, published in La Belle Assemblée or Bell’s Court and Fashionable Magazine
hand-coloured etching and acquatint, published 1 October 1828
NPG D47622

'Walking Dress', July 1829, published by Rudolph Ackermann, published in  R. Ackermann's Repository of Fashions - NPG D47629

'Walking Dress', July 1829

published by Rudolph Ackermann, published in R. Ackermann's Repository of Fashions
hand-coloured etching, published 1 July 1829
NPG D47629

'Newest Fashions for August 1831. Morning Dresses', published in The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons - NPG D47659

'Newest Fashions for August 1831. Morning Dresses'

published in The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published August 1831
NPG D47659