Dress: ca. 1895-1900, English, silk, cotton, glass, metal. OPEN FASHION ID 23320

Bottle-green brocaded satin gown, Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1890-93

1890 Lord and Taylor Victorian gown

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Two-piece day dress, Worth, 1895, around the time of Charles Worth's death. Lightweight navy blue wool, silk faille, Greek key netting, and golden steel-cut beads along black crocheted open work at the bodice, and sleeve ends. Heavy skirt pleating and panels; heavy-duty bodice boning. tomorrows_envy/eBay

Evening dress Jacques Doucet Date: 1893–96 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.44.64.41a, b

Evening Ensemble: ca. 1890's, French or English Couture house, Greco-Roman himation, hand-painted silk crepe embellished with hand-blown mercury-lined glass beads, chiffon undergown.

Day dress ca. 1890s. Blue & white polka dot wool with lace collar & cuffs, gigot sleeves, substantial ruffle at hemline, cotton bodice lining and polished cotton skirt lining. Marzilli Vintage/Ruby Lane

Victorian Silk Ball Gown, ca. 1895

Victorian Wedding Dress, ca. 1895

White silk bodice, Alice Mendenhall, St. Paul, MN, ca. 1895-97, with green velvet trimming. MN Historical Society

Beautiful 1893 dress with hat.

dress 1895-1900 Cream silk figured with pinks in red, pink, pale blue and green. Pale green-blue satin. Pale green-blue corded silk.

House of Worth | circa 1898

Walking Dress, c.1890 creator American School, (19th century) nationality American location © Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, date 19th (C19th)

Afternoon gown, Isaac Bloom, New York, ca. 1890. Persimmon figured silk with deeper shade of velvet. Skirt and bodice have panels of ecru Renaissance-style lace. Augusta Auctions

Evening dress, circa 1890s, from the Costume Society via the Chertsey Museum.

Day gown, Worth, ca. 1895. Gray damask satin woven with fuchsias and trimmed with steel beads. Three pieces: bodice, skirt, and belt. Kerry Taylor Auctions/Invaluable

Visiting or promenade dress ca. 1895. Peacock blue wool. Skirt is Princess-style and created with gores. It has deeper gathers in back where it hooks closed. Bodice is boned and has moderate leg o' mutton sleeves. It is very fitted and ends at waist. Has silk trim, lace, and pink silk inset. High collar. Maire McLeod/Ruby Lane

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