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1926 Callot Soeurs embroidered orientalist cocktail dress, unlabeled, embroidered in floss silks in shades of blue and white with Chinese-style flower heads and foliage, with draped, pointed rear skirt panel; together with a pale blue silk petticoat. Via Live Auctioneers.

A Callot Soeurs embroidered orientalist cocktail dress, : Lot 63

1920s silvery silk velvet cut to blue chiffon in a pattern of pine cones or buds, short sleeve chiffon bodice top having blue iridill bead work in the same pattern, beaded chiffon overlay from sides of skirt back following contour of velvet pattern around front, beaded chiffon bow on bodice and self belt, chiffon under dress.

LOT 793 - whitakerauction

Circa 1922 ensemble: sleeveless sage green cotton voile dress having an allover pattern of serpentine crystal beads, large Arabesque devices in pearlescent white beads with eyelets above a scalloped dropped waist, flared skirt in four panels with heavy beading and eyelets. Matching long sleeve jacket with cut work and eyelet trim.

LOT 795 - whitakerauction

Madeleine Chéruit tea gown, circa 1922, via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1920s era tunic dress made of beading on silk tulle netting with an under slip of peach chiffon with a taupe silk double lining. It also has a delicately pleated chiffon hem attached to the taupe silk under slip. Color: Peach with beading in pearls, white beads, gray beads, and gunmetal beads.

1920s Callot Soeurs Dress in honey colored velvet trimmed with gilt lace embroidered skirts, with deep V-shaped decolleté | The House of Beccaria

Chanel Silk Net Dress, 1927-1928 - House of Chanel (French, founded 1913) - Design by Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel, via @Mlle.

1928 Worth gown - Parisian series.

The Amazing House of Worth

1926 beaded 'Aux Chevaux' cocktail dress, possibly a prêt à porter version, by Vionnet et Cie, for Wanamakers, American, of scarlet crêpe romain, adorned with black bugle and seed beads and rhinestones.

A beaded 'Aux Chevaux' cocktail dress, possibly a

1920s silk, velvet, and silk satin dress with silk crepe lining, polka dot print bodice, and beaded medallion accent at left hip.

1925 dress, Hungary.

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  • Jessica Willis

    This is so pretty and modern looking, why can't I find something like this today in JCpenney?

  • Barb Smith

    Because the designers aren't listening! Ha!

Paul Poiret, 1923.

Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, 1927. Pink and gold beaded and embroidered flapper dress. Oyster pink satin slip. Pale rose tulle worked with large flowerheads in opalescent sequins, pink seed beads, and pearls. Ground threaded with gilt strip. Skirt falls in petal-like tiers. Via Kerry Taylor Auctions.

Evening dress, circa 1925-1926. Black Georgette with red and clear beads and rhinestones. Diamond patterns at dropped waist. Panels extend from beads to hem and have scalloped decoration. Large red flower at left shoulder. Scallop motif at upper chest both front and back. Round neckline. Two panels extend from back scallop motif. Via Goldstein Museum of Design, Univ. of Minn.