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Gilded age Walking Dress detail, circa 1899...

Gilded age Walking Dress detail, circa 1899...

Circa 1900 Tea Gown: White cotton lawn with high neck of Valenciennes lace and bands in pattern of loops and bows. Another band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeves, and skirt, which also have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton beneath embroidered bows. Lower skirt ruffled in three bands. Via Whitaker Auctions.

Circa 1900 Tea Gown: White cotton lawn with high neck of Valenciennes lace and bands in pattern of loops and bows. Another band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeves, and skirt, which also have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton beneath embroidered bows. Lower skirt ruffled in three bands. Via Whitaker Auctions.

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- Francia , 1750-75

- Francia , 1750-75

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Dress. Ca 1875

Dress. Ca 1875

Beautiful ball gown from 1864-66, made by Charles Frederick Worth. Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk.

Beautiful ball gown from 1864-66, made by Charles Frederick Worth. Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk.

Morning or dressing gown ca. 1875. Thin white cotton or batiste, one piece, low bustle back. Trimmed with lace at chest, sleeves, and skirt area. Dress closes in front with white-covered buttons; 10 more buttons are decorative. Trained and ruffled skirt. Two side pockets. The dress is unlined. Antique-Gown

Morning or dressing gown ca. 1875. Thin white cotton or batiste, one piece, low bustle back. Trimmed with lace at chest, sleeves, and skirt area. Dress closes in front with white-covered buttons; 10 more buttons are decorative. Trained and ruffled skirt. Two side pockets. The dress is unlined. Antique-Gown

Evening dress of satin and tulle, possibly designed by Charles Frederick Worth…

Evening dress of satin and tulle, possibly designed by Charles Frederick Worth…