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Historical Fashion to 1900 II


Historical Fashion to 1900 II

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Dress, ca 1868, Side

Elizabeth I, (1533-1603) Date: ca. 1570–1600; (probably) Italian, Credit Line: The Milton Weil Collection, 1938 Accession Number: 38.150.32

Visiting Dress, 1865-68 in silk, British

Evening dress by Worth, 1874 Paris, Cornell University

18th century French cap with mourning crepe

Dress 1855 Kerry Taylor Auctions

Riding habit waistcoat Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1790-1795

1880-83, cotton.

American silk bustle dress, c.1880

Woman's wedding dress/outfit, 1881. Wool cloth, cotton cloth, silk cloth, lace, mother-of-pearl buttons. via @National Museum of the American Indian

Kosode (short-sleeved robe), silk decorated with a design of bamboo, 1573–1614; in the Daihiko Senshu Bijutsu Kenkyūjo, Tokyo.

White off-the-shoulder evening gown - circa 1860s

Mantle, Emile Pingat, 1890

c. 1600, child's dress

American riding ensemble circa 1896 (love every element!). #Victorian #fashion #1800s

Bracelets, Lapis Lazuli and gold, 940 BCE, 22nd Dynasty Ancient Egypt

Dress (Mantua), 1740-50s, England. Blue silk taffeta brocade with botanical pattern, buttons to tack train; matching petticoat. Length from the hips 183cm (Train). KCI # AC10788 2002-29AB.

Persian Ring, 13th century gold, turquoise

Light pink or beige silk and willow (in the sleeve boning?) spencer jacket ca. 1820, British - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections.

Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: 1816-1821 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Muslin with decorative stitching made of gold thread

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From "The 18th Century Back in Fashion" exhibit, Palace of Versailles. Camisole and skirt Circa 1785. Striped gros de Tours silk trimmed with ribbon. Galliera Collections.

1750s riding habit

Boots, ca 1890 US (Los Angeles), LACMA #victorian #shoes

Dress, Evening. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: ca. 1897. Culture: French. Medium: silk, glass, metallic, bone. Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 16 in. (40.6 cm). (b) Length at CB: 58 in. (147.3 cm).

Dress, Evening. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: ca. 1911. Culture: French. Medium: silk, beads, stones, simulated pearls. Dimensions: Length at CB: 64 in. (162.6 cm).