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A thin, twilled fabric of silk warp and fine worsted weft, printed in colours, usually on a natural cream ground, and much used for dresses in the 1830s

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'Newest Fashions for November 1831. Morning and Evening Dresses. Dress for the Theatres', published in The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons - NPG D47657

'Newest Fashions for November 1831. Morning and Evening Dresses. Dress for the Theatres'

published in The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published November 1831
NPG D47657

'London Morning Dress', October 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47686

'London Morning Dress', October 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published October 1836
NPG D47686