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Jean-Philippe Worth, Mantle of Embroidered Silk and Hand-Sewn Velvet, French, c. 1909

Mantle

Mantle Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: ca. 1909 (designed) Artist/Maker: Jean-Philippe Worth, born 1856 - died 1926 (designer) Worth (designed for) Materials and Techniques: Hand-embroidered silk and hand-sewn velvet

Silk evening dress, by House of Worth, French, 1898-1900. Found on FB at House of Poleigh Naise.

Evening Dress House of Worth Jean-Philippe Worth began as an assistant to his father, Charles Frederick Worth, in Gradually he was allowed to create his own designs and when his father.

Dress, Evening.  House of Worth (French, 1858–1956).  Date: 1928–29. Culture: French. Medium: silk, glass beads. Dimensions: Length (approx.): 48 in. (121.9 cm).

Evening dress - Evening dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, glass beads Dimensions: Length (approx.): 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

"Tulipes Hollandaises" (textile)” House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Designer: Charles Frederick Worth. Designer: Textile by A. M. Gourd & Cie. Date: 1889. Culture: French. Medium: silk & metal.

"Tulipes Hollandaises" (textile) House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Designer: Textile by A. Gourd & Cie Manufacturer: Textile by Morel, Poeckès & Paumlin Date: 1889

1900, stunning!

Worth ball gown ca. 1900 Worth is was and will be one of my Favorite design hero's (and perfume, smells like mommy in the and Also, I can imagine my Great Gramma Pett in something like this back in the Estonia before the war.

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Evening dress, Worth, circa Striped dark and light brown silk brocade and velvet. Long bodice with portrait neckline trimmed in brown green satin; off-white lace cuffs. Skirt with brown green satin back panel that extends into a train.

historicaldress:  “  PARIS LABEL HIGH-NECK LACE GOWN, 1906  1-piece cream silk chiffon with Brussels lace overlay having boned bodice and collar, full chiffon sleeve with lace cap, tulle cuff and satin bows, pleated satin cummerbund with jeweled...

historicaldress: “ PARIS LABEL HIGH-NECK LACE GOWN, 1906 cream silk chiffon with Brussels lace overlay having boned bodice and collar, full chiffon sleeve with lace cap, tulle cuff and satin bows, pleated satin cummerbund with jeweled.

The Sum Of All Crafts: image collection-women (in black). no info on fashion plate. turn of century(late 1890's to early 1900s) woman in black and white gown with "blue bird" on head. skirt looks vertically tucked to hide stripe on top.

The Sum Of All Crafts: image collection-women (in black). no info on fashion plate. turn of century(late to early woman in black and white gown with "blue bird" on head. skirt looks vertically tucked to hide stripe on top.

Dress (image 5) | House of Worth | French | 1880s | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: C.I.48.65.6a, b

Dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: Culture: French Medium: silk

A turquoise velvet and brocaded satin evening - by Kerry Taylor Auctions

A turquoise velvet and brocaded satin evening gown, circa with elaborately sequined and beaded bodice, the waist and cuffs trimmed with turquoise and paste studs, lace sleeves, full skirt

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