19th Century Fashion
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19th Century Fashion
Moiré silk taffeta dress worn with shawl of Brussels lace, 1850s, KSUM 1983.1.62 (dress) and 1983.1.2288 (shawl).
Day dress, French, ca. 1875. Silk rep. From Alexandre Vassiliev's collection. Photo credits: top, Sherila, LiveInternet.ru; lower left, unknown; lower right, Lena GM.
Dress, European, ca. 1885. Cotton plain weave with cotton cutwork embroidery (broderie anglaise) & cotton needle lace. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Rebecca Thelin/Flickr, and thecourtesanblue/Flickr
1820-1840 Ladies' bag of white moiré silk embroidered in colored silks. Shape is five-sided, flat, with a scalloped top. Borders of flower wreaths. Embroidered on one side with a greyhound and with a long-tailed bird on the other. Worked as two separate panels, joined. Lined in pale blue taffeta. Blue and white silk cord.
Charles Frederick Worth (French, born England, 1825–1895) and House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Evening dresses, 1887 and 1892. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. Orme Wilson and Mr. R. Thornton Wilson in memory of their mother, Mrs. Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949 (C.I.49.3.25a,b)
Full back view of a beguiling grape silk bustle dress, c. 1885 @LACMA
~Embroidered wool tea gown, probably English, 1880s~ From the Doyle couture auction, November 1999.
Iridescent, vibrant! Peacock feather muff LINED with white ermine 1860 - 1870 Musée Galliera
#Embellished #gorgeousness! French gown, 2-piece ensemble of faun velvet lavishly tambour embroidered in rose blossom pattern, gold beadwork on cloth of gold collar & bodice appliques, matching bonnet w/ lining stamped in gold "A. Felix Brevete 15 Faub. St. Honore Paris" From upcoming @Augusta Hamilton Auctions Historic and Vintage fashion November 13, 2013 - NYC
Detail of ivory and green striped dress, American, ca. 1868, KSUM 1983.1.37 ab.
Evening Dress c. 1850-India?, White mullin; mullin on silk satin for bodice; floral motif embroidered with jewel beetle elytra and gold thread; matching shawl. (from Kyoto Costume Institute)