NIGHT&DAY dress by C.F. Worth 1858 - A fancy dress costume made of blue and yellow silk. The silk velvet bodice is boned and lined with cream silk. The multilayered skirt has decorative elements such as butterflies, bats, flowers, a stuffed bird and a padded silver moon crescent, all attached onto the skirt and further trimmed with beads and sequins. This fancy dress costume includes the original silk slippers, one for Night, one for Day, and a feather fan, also split into night and Day.

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Worth 1858 - A fancy dress costume made of blue and yellow silk. The silk velvet bodice is boned and lined with cream silk. The multilayered skirt has decorative elements such.


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Unusual!  Circa 1893 "Scrap Album" fancy dress. Made of silk, cotton, linen, paper, glue, metal (fastening), wood, leather, baleen, wax, and paint, England.  Madame Gough, London (court dressmaker), Sarah Ann Gough (designer).  Via National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

Scrap album fancy dress designed by Sarah Ann Gough and made by court dressmaker Madame Gough, circa appears to have printed paper "scrap" applied

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Peacock

It depicts a costume based around peacock feathers, with very exaggeratedly large peacock eyes on the skirt, an effect enhanced with applied tendrils of fringe, possibly chenille thread, to suggest the feathers.

1860s Design for a fancy-dress costume | Jules Helleu | The subject is unclear, but may represent a theme such as Summer or Flora. The draped green net and silver tissue dress is abundantly trimmed with quantities of artificial flowers and large brightly patterned butterflies, and is paired with unusual green sandals.

Design for a fancy-dress costume

Unknown subject (possibly Flora). Watercolour drawing by Jules Helleu, probably for Charles Frederick Worth. Paris, Watercolour drawing, a design for a theatrical or masquerade fancy-dress ball costume.

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A design for a Fortune Teller costume drawn by Léon Sault in the 1860s. The design includes playing cards, hieroglyphs, occult symbols and c...

Fortune Teller Object: Design for a fancy-dress costume Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Léon Sault (designer) Charles Frederick Worth, born 1825 - died 1895 (possibly, designed for)

Worth design for a boardgame themed masquerade costume, c1860s.

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Fashion design, woman’s masquerade ball dress. Backgammon and checkers theme. Watercolour drawing possibly by Léon Sault, probably for Charles Frederick Worth. Paris, Watercolour and pencil drawing. Date:

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