London, South Kensington
11 November 2016
TWO RED-GROUND DAMASK LADY’S INFORMAL ROBES AND TWO APRON SKIRTS
Comprising a three-quarter length red robe decorated and couched with figural roundels; a red robe trimmed with a broad black satin border; a red apron skirt decorated with flowers; and a multi-coloured apron skirt decorated with figural panels.
The figural red robe: Christie’s Amsterdam, 26 October 1993, lot 383.
The red robe and skirt: Christie’s South Kensington, 9 June 1999, lot 71.
The multi-coloured skirt: a Phillips auction label, Sale 226, lot 30.
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