1821. I Love the detail on the hem; gorgeous.

Party Scene - Regency Era - white & blue Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin, c. via The Bowes Museum

1890's

Green silk chiffon evening dress with glass and pearl beadwork, ivory lace collar and cuffs, and waistband of gold gauze and twisted silver braid, by Sarah Fullerton Monteith Young

Velvet dress belonging to Samantha, complete with apron to keep her skirt free of smudge and dirt.

dress of 1886 consists of two pieces (bodice and skirt). Chine silk bodice 'with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay.

Sooooo elegant

Belle Époque Summer Gown - - Cream silk chiffon w/ pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors - Brooklyn Museum - Augusta Auctions

Silk & Lace Gown circa 1912 Chiffon with Milanese tape lace bodice band. Coat of cream Gauze with hand made Irish Crochet.

Evening | Robe à Transformation 1865 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1865 French Silk evening dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - If you click the pin, you will see that this is actually an example of a transformation dress. Such a dress was made up of three pieces: a skirt, a day bodice and an evening bodi

Victorian ball gown, gold + black

Dress (Ball Gown) Emile Pingat (French, active Date: ca. 1860 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mary Pierrepont Beckwith, 1969 Accession Number:

Evening dress, ca. 1810s Fashion Museum, Bath

Long duck egg blue dress with cream detail Material(s): silk Technique(s): woven (taffeta), woven (net) and woven (satin) Creation date: Bath Museum of Costume in Bath, UK

1820 British Ball Gown. (Image via Victoria and Albert Museum)

Ball gown Place of origin: Great Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1820 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk satin and silk net embroidered with metal and trimmed with silk blonde bobbin lace, hand sewn

Ivory Silk Dress with Multicolored Embroidery, English, 1805-1810. (Expanded View)

Woman's Dress with Embroidered Primroses. Made in England- Artist/maker unknown, English Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots Center Back Length: 58 inches cm)

abito da sera

Love the fashions of the "Sigel" Early French-Designer Couture Fabric-Label *Elegant Nouveau Sequined\/Beaded Metallic-Silver & Black Silk-Tulle~

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