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Blaues Biedermeier-Ballkleid

Blaues Biedermeier-Ballkleid

1840s muslin dress. Fabric, frill and design of sleeves and bottom all inspiration for Bianca to show her as delicate

Dress, probably of cotton muslin (which was a different type of muslin than we use today. The FIDM Museum

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Circa 1862 ivory silk faille two-piece wedding gown, with  a boned and stayed bodice with fashionable deep hem points, and piped at the neckline, armscyes, and waistband. A pleated tulle bertha accented with silk velvet ribbons that repeat on the short sleeves, with a pleated tulle modesty insert above, and a lace up closure at the back. The sweeping skirt has a crinoline lining, with a beautiful double box pleated waistband, a back hook and eye closure, and a turned hem.

(circa Ivory silk faille two piece gown. This lovely ensemble has a boned & stayed bodice with fashionable deep hem points, and piped at the neckline, armscyes & waistband.

1860s. Very fond of 1860s designs. Like the airiness of this particular one.

Sheer white cotton ball gown dress with blue satin sash (French), circa While not "required", white ball gowns were more typical than white wedding dresses in the mid century.

Late 1850's early 1860's. Ball gown by the neckline. Sleeves cover the elbow, elegantly. For a woman of a certain age?

Crinoline Evening Dress, ca. Evening dresses during the Crinoline period typically had much lower necklines and shorter sleeves than dresses worn in the day. Skirts were very voluminous. The fringe on the sleeves of this gown was very popular at the time

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Wedding Dress Lace, satin ribbon and silk net with skirt flounces of Limerick lace, a hand embroidered machine net. Made in 1860 and adapted again in Place: England Materials: Lace, Satin