Таня Патрахальцева

Таня Патрахальцева

Таня Патрахальцева
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Evening ensemble, CF Worth, 1862-65

Evening ensemble, CF Worth, 1862-65

Victorian Man and Woman 1860s

Victorian Man and Woman 1860s

Ca. 1880 | MON VIGNON, PARIS | 25 MOP Buttons On Cotton Dress With Jacket.

Ca. 1880 | MON VIGNON, PARIS | 25 MOP Buttons On Cotton Dress With Jacket.

Two printed muslin summer gowns, 1860s, - by Kerry Taylor Auctions

Two printed muslin summer gowns, 1860s, - by Kerry Taylor Auctions

Flounces on bishop sleeves original owned by Anna Allen

Flounces on bishop sleeves original owned by Anna Allen

Two summer gowns, 1850s-60s, comprising: pretty pink and white sprigged muslin gown, late 1850s-early 1860s, with fan pleats of fabric to the front bodice, flounces to upper sleeves and hem, front side fastening with fob pocket; together with another, mid 1860s printed with small blue flowerheads with scraps of matching fabric (2) Provenance: From the collection of the late Mary Wild A.R.C.A, costume designer, historian and collector. http://theebonswan.blogspot.com/

Two summer gowns, 1850s-60s, comprising: pretty pink and white sprigged muslin gown, late 1850s-early 1860s, with fan pleats of fabric to the front bodice, flounces to upper sleeves and hem, front side fastening with fob pocket; together with another, mid 1860s printed with small blue flowerheads with scraps of matching fabric (2) Provenance: From the collection of the late Mary Wild A.R.C.A, costume designer, historian and collector. http://theebonswan.blogspot.com/

Petal back

Petal back

Jessica Jewett: "I date the dress to about 1863 based on the pointed waist at a higher level than the natural waist, the dropped shoulder seams and the shape of the skirt. The fabric is most likely some type of silk with alternating stripes of green and white plaid and little red roses."

Jessica Jewett: "I date the dress to about 1863 based on the pointed waist at a higher level than the natural waist, the dropped shoulder seams and the shape of the skirt. The fabric is most likely some type of silk with alternating stripes of green and white plaid and little red roses."

"Very cool (and not difficult!) braidwork design." <--- Liz says it, it must be true. @Liz Clark, would this be a task for wool soutache, or would anything else be appropriate? I love period braid designs, but I don't know nearly enough about them!

"Very cool (and not difficult!) braidwork design." <--- Liz says it, it must be true. @Liz Clark, would this be a task for wool soutache, or would anything else be appropriate? I love period braid designs, but I don't know nearly enough about them!