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Reception Dress 1891-1892 Cincinnati Art Museum
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America - Reception Dress by Kate R. Cregmile - Silk, velvet, lace, and damask

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Reception Dress 1891-1892 Cincinnati Art Museum

Reception Dress  1891-1892  Cincinnati Art Museum

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TRAINED SILK BROCADE and VELVET BUSTLE DRESS, 1880s. One-piece sapphire blue velvet with collar, cuff and front skirt panel of grey and mauve striped silk with cream floral brocade, trimmed with double blue satin ruffle, pierced buttons with cut steels.
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TRAINED SILK BROCADE and VELVET BUSTLE DRESS, 1880s. One-piece sapphire blue velvet with collar, cuff and front skirt panel of grey and mauve striped silk with cream floral brocade, trimmed with double blue satin ruffle, pierced buttons with cut steels.

TRAINED SILK BROCADE and VELVET BUSTLE DRESS, 1880s. One-piece sapphire blue velvet with collar, cuff and front skirt panel of grey and mauve striped silk with cream floral brocade, trimmed with double blue satin ruffle, pierced buttons with cut steels.
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1900
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Afternoon dress by Anna Dunlevy, 1905-06,
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Very frou-frou! Just what i would have expected of this period. extant afternoon gown from Cinncinati Art Museum

Afternoon dress by Anna Dunlevy, Cincinnati Art Museum. This dress took my breath away!

Afternoon Dress (Bodice and Skirt), Cincinnati Art Museum - love the peplum on the skirt!

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Afternoon dress by Anna Dunlevy, 1905-06,

Afternoon dress by Anna Dunlevy, 1905-06,
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Afternoon dress ca. 1880 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Afternoon dress from the back, American, 1880

Ephemeral Elegance Figured Silk Trained Afternoon Dress, ca. 1880 via The Met

Afternoon dress Culture: American Medium: silk, abalone Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 57 in. Length at CB (b): 66 in. Accession Number: b For more views, see other pins.

Around the style of gowns began to hug the thighs in the front while the bustle at the back was reduced.

Afternoon dress ca. 1880 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Afternoon dress ca. 1880 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Dress, 1895, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Photo: Jean Tholance. Via Europeana Fashion.
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Dress, 1895, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Photo: Jean Tholance. Via Europeana Fashion.

Dress, 1895, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Photo: Jean Tholance. Via Europeana Fashion.
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Evening dress by R. H. White & Co. 1885 American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Something like this would be perfect for Nora in Act 1 of "Doll's House." Evening dress by R.

Evening dress by R. H. White & Co. 1885 American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress by R. H. White & Co. 1885 American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Trained Sequined Lace Evening Gown, ca. 1905 L. A. Colt...

Evening Dress: ca. dotted net with lace insertions and velvet trim over silk faille, decorated with sequins, velvet bands and lace.

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Dress by Redfern, 1889-1892, via The Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Woman's Dress (Bodice With Attached Overskirt, Dickey And Skirt) Made Of Silk Warp-Faced Plain n Weave, Silk Satin With Brocading And Ostrich Feathers - Designed By John Redfern & Sons (Paris, - France - Philadelphia Museum of Art

HISTORICAL BROWN & BRONZE PRINTED DRESSES

silk chiffon Tea gown, consisting of two bodices and a skirt by Jays Limited. Jays Fashions of Regent Street was a high class dressmaker operating in London, England.

A stunning two piece gown in green velvet, by Grands Magasins Nouveautés C. Paventa, Rome, c. 1900, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Circa 1900 two-piece dress in green velvet by Grands Magasins Nouveautés C. Paventa, Rome, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

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