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Woman's Dress | LACMA Collections

Woman's Dress

Woman's Dress | LACMA Collections

1863 Drawers detail, American or European; Metropolitan Museum of Art. Note crochet/Cluny lace.

1863 Drawers detail, American or European; Metropolitan Museum of Art.

US $350.00 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Vintage, Women's Vintage Clothing; ebay seller monamenopause; bust: 30"; waist: 23"; skirt waist: 26"; back hook & eye closure, stays at back & sides; piped at drop shoulders, front center & tiered sleeves; cartridge pleated

inside of back closure on silk bodice. Note how the layers of fabric at the top edge have simply been turned over. No bone or any other strengthening along the hook and eye closing edge

A beautiful dress and matching pelerine dating to 1843, but made of recycled late-18th century material.

Embroidered striped silk dress (front, with bertha and detachable lower sleeves),

1845-1849 ... Dress ... England ... Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie ... Center back length: 56 1/4 in. ... from LACMA ... photo 3

Woman's Dress England, - Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie ~ETS

Day dress ca. 1845 From LACMA

Woman's Dress probably England, circa 1845 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk taffeta and glazed linen plain weave Center back le.

1840 American (Massachusetts) Dress at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

America - Woman's dress ensemble with waistband sleeves - Silk satin with warp stripes, cotton and linen lining, cotton plain weave ties, baleen boning, and metal hook and eye closure

Fashions From The Past — historicalfashion: Woman’s dress | LACMA |...

Woman’s Dress England, Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie LACMA

principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie 1 (LACMA)

Woman's Dress England, 1845-1849 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie Center back length: 56 1/4 in. (142.875 cm) Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne (M.2007.211.744)

Woman’s Dress. Place of origin: England Date: Mesium: Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace and silk passementerie.

French Blue with Wide Gray Stripes Silk Taffeta Gown with Two Bodices (robe a' transformation) c. 1860 | In the Swan's Shadow

French Blue with Wide Gray Stripes Silk Taffeta Gown with Two Bodices c. 1860 Day bodice with long collared sleeve, lace collar.

Old Rags - Day dress, 1836-40 UK, the V Museum

Beautiful Day Dress, detail, English, the V Museum.

"Dress: England, 1845-49 • Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace, and silk passementerie"

English Dress: Silk plain weave with warp-float patterning, printed, silk lace, and silk Passementerie.

A romantic outfit. 1815-25 ruff of muslin, bobbin lace and linen. c1825 gown of pink silk (and wool mix?) with ornate trims. 1820s cream canvas shoes with silk bow.

A romantic outfit. ruff of muslin, bobbin lace and linen. gown of pink silk (and wool mix?) with ornate trims. cream canvas shoes with silk bow.

Early 1840s- that sleeve ruffle thing we think is so hip and cool started nearly two hundred years ago #nuthinunderthesun

fashionsfromhistory: ““Up Close: Dress Early (The John Bright Collection) ” ”

Seaside ensemble. c. 1864

Woman’s Three-piece Seaside Ensemble, France,

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