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Two-piece daytime gown in black & white stripe, 1860s. High-necked, boned bodice closes with row of black jet-trimmed buttons and with vestigal tails at back waist. Full skirt, designed to be worn with crinoline, is slightly trained. Christie's

Two-piece daytime gown in black & white stripe, 1860s. High-necked, boned bodice closes with row of black jet-trimmed buttons and with vestigal tails at back waist. Full skirt, designed to be worn with crinoline, is slightly trained. Christie's

1868. Ball-dress of champagne gros  de tours and Chantilly lace. From the Gemeente Museum den Haag, but the  origin of the dress may be France.

1868. Ball-dress of champagne gros de tours and Chantilly lace. From the Gemeente Museum den Haag, but the origin of the dress may be France.

civil war short hair women - Yahoo Image Search Results

civil war short hair women - Yahoo Image Search Results

Looks like a civil war era dress - would make a great costume and long sleeves would certainly be helpful in winter weather.

Looks like a civil war era dress - would make a great costume and long sleeves would certainly be helpful in winter weather.

lovely lace

lovely lace

1860s maroon silk gown with black braiding on the bodice.

1860s maroon silk gown with black braiding on the bodice.

Dress (Met Museum)   Date: 1864–65 Culture: American Medium: cotton, wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 1/2 in.

Dress (Met Museum) Date: 1864–65 Culture: American Medium: cotton, wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 1/2 in.

Blue Brocade Ball Gown from 1860  (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Blue Brocade Ball Gown from 1860 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Dark Gray Brown Silk Taffeta Possible Mourning Gown, Early 19th Century | eBay seller states from early 19th c & altered late 1830's/early 40's, center front hook & eye closure, cartridge pleating, from the Griffiths/Hedges family, A. Griffiths (d. 1849) of Cirencester, Cloucestershire married Edward Edges, had dau Mary Elizabeth (b. 1849) (story seems inconsistent w/ early 19th c dress, i.e., these women not born until 1820s/30s); bust: 30", waist: 28"; waist to hem: 39"

Dark Gray-Brown Silk Taffeta Possible Mourning Gown from the Early 19th Century

Dark Gray Brown Silk Taffeta Possible Mourning Gown, Early 19th Century | eBay seller states from early 19th c & altered late 1830's/early 40's, center front hook & eye closure, cartridge pleating, from the Griffiths/Hedges family, A. Griffiths (d. 1849) of Cirencester, Cloucestershire married Edward Edges, had dau Mary Elizabeth (b. 1849) (story seems inconsistent w/ early 19th c dress, i.e., these women not born until 1820s/30s); bust: 30", waist: 28"; waist to hem: 39"

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