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Evening dress ca. 1912
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Edwardian tea gown, 1912
Dress ca. 1910. Black lace drawn over light green & black silk. Cream-colored lace at sleeves and neckline. High-set waistband closes in back with bow. Black silk serves as a train. Antique-Gown
Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, ca. 1907. Pink & cream silk with embroidered metallic net overlay and train.
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mad-moiselle-bulle: “ Woman’s bobbin lace glove. Italian, about 1650–1700. ”
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fripperiesandfobs: “La Mode Illustrée, 1877 ”
She looks very proud of her in-style dress. Late 1860s which is a totally transition between the full elliptical hoop and the puffy bustle of the early 1870s. Nice stripes too!