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Afternoon dress ca. 1905. Sage green wool with applications of tan velvet. Net…:

VTG c1905 EDWARDIAN SAGE GREEN WOOL ARTS & CRAFTS APPLIQUE DRESS GOWN

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Renfrew Wood, New York, Gray silk chiffon over ivory China silk trimmed w/hand-painted metal shells made to look like freshwater pearls. Upper bodice & sleeves are ivory lace over cream silk. Stand collar down through throat is

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1795-1805Digital Collections Network of Museums of Spain - Inventory # CE000566A

Dress 1795-1805 Museo del Traje (OMG that dress!)

omgthatdress: “ Dress Museo del Traje ” Hm… drawstring in the front as a cunning little bow…

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Two-piece walking dress ca. Bodice has very elaborate collar including stitched applications, also on whole bodice. Three ornamental steel pearl buttons on bodice front. Small band applications over entire dress. Four decorative pleats on front of s

Ensemble, ca. 1890-1910. Gray silk taffeta with black stripes and beige pleated silk satin. Boned bodice; bodice and skirt lined in pink satin. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Prairie style vintage gown, Gray silk taffeta with black stripes and beige pleated silk satin. bodice and skirt lined in pink satin. Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa (IMATEX)

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902. - Picmia

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902 it is easy to understand why so many Worth gowns still exist.

1900s (early) Evening gown, by Nadezhda Lamanova, Moscow of white satin with tulle and chiffon, sequins, and embroidery, silver brocade belt made for Empress Alexandra

Evening dress, Nadezhda Lamanova (Moscow), early White satin with tulle and chiffon, sequins, and embroidery. Worn by Empress Alexandra of Russia

Ball gown by Jacques Doucet 1898-1900 French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Ball gown by Jacques Doucet 1898-1900 French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Two dresses from the Edwardian era: an intricately decorated Indian ball gown with colored silk and metal thread embroidery and a gray faille and lace gown with bow detail at the back. Via Kerry Taylor Auctions.

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