Vintage Fashion: 1900-1919
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Circa 1910 Madame Ernest Ltd cinnamon gauze silk and satin dress with elaborately embroidered waistband, metal thread wrapped buttons, beads and rosettes. The internal tulle camisole with elasticated silk straps, the pink satin hobble skirt with deep boned inner waistband. Get the first chapter of "The Secret Life of Anna Blanc" free at http://bit.ly/1m4RWWo
Circa 1910 Madame Ernest Ltd cinnamon gauze silk and satin dress with elaborately embroidered waistband, metal thread wrapped buttons, beads and rosettes. The internal tulle camisole with elasticated silk straps, the pink satin hobble skirt with deep boned inner waistband.
1910-1912 silk Evening dress by Miss Beckie. The chic styling of this evening dress incorporates the asymmetry of the period in the overpanel on the skirt. The contrast between the subtle scrollwork and the plain chiffon and point d'esprit is very effective. The bow detail and the triangular back collar are stylish accents. The sheer sleeves and translucent layers of point d'esprit and black silk on the back bodice add seductive elements. Via MMA.
Circa 1906 A.H. METZNER Green Ottoman Silk/Wool Fabric and Lace Trim 3-piece Afternoon Gown with Original Blouse.
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Two Edwardian Dresses:: A printed and beaded ivory chiffon dress, circa 1914, the floral printed highlighted with beads, with black satin belt to raised waistline; together with a pale peach tulle and organza sequined gown, labelled 'Salomon Davidsen, Copenhagen', c.1914; and a pale pink taffeta tunic c.1916
Two circa 1914 dresses: (1) printed and beaded ivory chiffon dress, the floral printed highlighted with beads, with black satin belt to raised waistline; (2) a pale peach tulle and organza sequined gown, labeled 'Salomon Davidsen, Copenhagen'.
1913 Paul Poiret dress of cream colored velvet, silk, white silk tulle, silver thread, silver lace, galloon, bugle beads, glass beads, Venetian pearls, and flowers from silk fabric. The white silk belt of the corsage bears a sewn inscription "Paul Poiret a Paris", "December 1913" (in gold) and a print of a rose. Acquired by the buying committee of the State Hermitage Museum in 1971; received from the V. Karakhan's collection. The State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg.
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Circa 1905 day/evening bodices and black Chantilly lace w/ivory, by Beer. Rose-printed organza panels outlined in chain stitch in fine gold thread, black velvet ribbon stripes, ivory tulle edgings with pale blue ribbon and chemical lace bands, black taffeta cummerbund. Evening bodice with wide neckline and flounced cuffs with paste inset buckles in back. Day bodice with high neck and long sleeves trimmed with ribbons.
Day dress, 1911. Shocking pink with white lace overlay and satin edging and buttons. Costume Museum of Canada via Wanda B. Victorian.
Day dress, circa 1912. Black velvet trimmed with black satin. Fastens in back with hooks. Walsall Museums via Black Country History.