Once in a while I visit Trousseau just to see what items are available and salivate. Case in point, a lovely ball/wedding gown which has (unsurprisingly) sold. The shoes are in almost pristine condition, having been worn only once.
The resolution of the images are remarkable. This detail of a day gown (1808-1816) shows the beautiful roller print made with a fabric printing technique that became prevalent in the late 18th century:
Roller printing, a mechanical improvement on the copperplate technique, was developed in England in the late eighteenth century and was in use in the north of England by 1790. The copper roller gave manufacturers the ability to print larger quantities of fabrics at greater speeds, for lower prices, and the production of printed cotton increased dramatically in the nineteenth century. – Source: Textile Production in Europe: Printed, 1600–1800 | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art