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Historical Clothing 1800's


Historical Clothing 1800's

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19th Century Wedding Dress

Dress ca. 1875-85. Two-piece dress consisting of a bodice and a skirt in burgundy duchess satin with inserts of cut velvet in a geometric and floral pattern. National Museum of Australia

1885, United Kingdom - Dress - Printed cotton

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Ensemble Date: ca. 1875 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, glass

Ensemble | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Ensemble Date: ca. 1875 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, glass | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ensemble | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Pretty 1870s Printed Cotton Polonaise Seaside Bustle Dress | eBay

PRETTY 1870s PRINTED COTTON POLONAISE SEASIDE BUSTLE DRESS

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1882 American Wedding dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Wedding dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Afternoon dress Date: 1874–75 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton Accession Number: 1979.367.1a, b

Afternoon dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Ensemble 1879

Ensemble | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Ball gown late 1870's

Ball gown | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Ball gown late 1870's

Ball gown | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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1855 silk gown

Ballgown, early 1860s. From a past ebay auction (Time Travelers Antiques.) The seller said c. 1864, but I think that’s latest possible date. Ballgown styles don’t change too much until 1865-6 with the new straight waists, tiny sleeves, and elliptical skirts. This bodice with the deep pointed waist and very wide berthe could easily be from 1860. The combination of pink windowpane sheer silk with the band of printed silk is amazing. The berthe is trimmed with expensive bobbin lace.

This crisply tailored purple silk dress was made and worn by Harriett Joyce for her marriage to Percy Raven Sams at St Andrews Church, Earlsfield, Middlesex (8 June 1899). Harriett worked as a ladys maid, while Percy worked for the London Water Board. Harriett chose to wear purple, as at 35, she considered herself too old for a traditional white gown. However, she trimmed her hat with wax orange-blossom, which was worn by brides for their first marriage.

Ensemble Date: ca. 1882 Culture: American Medium: (a,b,c) silk (d) feathers

Ensemble | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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silk dress, 1880-85.

Finding Stories throughout History | silk dress, 1880-85.

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Day dress, American, ca. 1880. Two pieces, cotton. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Photo is of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, with mother, Granduchess Luise of Baden, and son, Gustaf Adolf, future king of Sweden, 1883.

Day Dress ca. 1865 From the Kent State University Museum Pinterest

Fripperies and Fobs

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1870's Dress

Tempus fugit, mors venit....

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c1870 Dress, Met Museuml

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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1870 bustle Purple Reception Gown

All The Pretty Dresses: 1870's Purple Bustle Gown

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ca. 1858, French, silk. Length CB 72 in.

Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Janet Arnold Patterns of Fashion 2 - 1861/63