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MAGENTA SILK DINNER DRESS, silk faille, bodice w/ CB & CF points & trimmed w/ beaded white chenille fringe & self fabric ruffles, skirt w/ long chenille fringed side panels & self fabric hem tabs, B W Skirt L

Half-mourning, 1897-1899; adore purple and black together

Half mourning dress, FIDM, It's half-mourning because of the use of purple and the shiny beads, also the touch of white in the cap. Full mourning has no color or shiny fabric or beads.

Grand Antique 1870's French Victorian Blue Silk Fishtail Reception Gown

Antique French Victorian reception dress in vivid blue silk features a grand bustle silhouette with a smartly tailored bodice and fishtail train, an

Ball Gown (Bodice, Overskirt, Skirt)  circa 1865-1870  Unknown American Maker  Silk, tarlatan	  2006.101.7A-C  Mint Museum

Ball Gown (Bodice, Overskirt, Skirt) circa Unknown American Maker Place object was created: United States Silk, tarlatan

Cream-colored embroidered silk and cotton tea gown with pearl beads (front view), American or European, late 19th-early 20th C. Aesthetic style.

Tea gown Date: late century Culture: American or European Medium: silk, cotton, pearls Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Watercolor of a dress ca. early unknown source ~ makes me want to learn how to work with watercolors!

Blue Velvet Dress from 1875  (The Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Overskirt, and Underskirt Artist/maker unknown, French. Thomas W. 1875 Brilliant blue velvet, lighter blue silk faille and ecru tatted lace

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Matches that lovely hat I saw at the Hat Shop in The Domain. Princess-line natural form with Vandyke hem, via Norwegian Folk Museum, Oslo.

Morning dress Date: ca. 1870 Culture: American Medium

Morning dress Date: ca. 1870 Culture: American Medium: [no medium available] Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Fede.