Civil War Era Clothing
Civil War Era Clothing
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4 Prints Civil War Photos Little Girls Party Dresses | eBay
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4 Prints Civil War Photos Little Girls Party Dress and hair style
4 Prints Civil War Photos Little Girls Party Dresses | eBay
Gossamer White Cotton Dress, c.1860
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Gossamer White Cotton Dress, c.1860s...this just screams "Scarlett O'Hara"
Gossamer 1860's White Cotton Dress Would work as a Civil War wedding dress.
Summer day dress, ca. 1860s. Lightweight cotton with pink dotted pattern on white background. Bell-shaped sleeves have short caps. Oversleeve and cuffs trimmed with printed ruffles. Neck, armscyes, and waist are piped. Bodice lined with cotton; it has front hook and eye closure. Skirt attached to waist with cartridge pleating and is unlined. fiddybee/ebay
Summer day dress, ca. 1860s. Lightweight cotton.
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.
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evening dress 1855-1860
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Evening dress, 1855-1860, British, silk and linen. From the shoulder to hem 136.5 cm. Lovely and elegant mantle-style bodice with sculpting and trim repeated on the flounces. Excellent Victorian example of the pure, sweet, princess look. From the Leeds Museums and Galleries Collections.
Civil War Era 1860's Period Child's Red Black Plaid Wool Dress | eBay
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Civil War Era 1860's Period Child's Red Black Plaid Wool Dress
Top: Child's dress, 1865. Bottom: Portrait of Emily Tucker at age four, 1864, wearing the same dress. De Young Museum. See: art.famsf.org/...
Ball Gown 1858 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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Ball dress, about 1858, accession number 51.1346a-b, silk plain weave (taffeta), machine net (tulle) and silk bobbin lace; trimmed with silk ribbon, embroidered silk net, and silk flowers, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
1858 Ball Gown; Bright pink tulle and taffeta dress; taffeta underdress; (a) bodice widely flaring neckline, short puffed sleeves, tightly fitted waist, sharply pointed center front and back, laced down back, trimmed with ruffles of blonde lace and bows of pink brocaded gauze ribbon, skirt with five flounces trimmed with brocaded gauze, fullness evenly spaced all around, two garlands of artificial flowers tacked at sides of center front of skirt. MFA - Boston
Circa 1858 Ball gown: silk plain weave (taffeta), machine net (tulle), and silk bobbin lace; trimmed with silk ribbon, embroidered silk net, and two garlands of silk flowers tacked at sides of center front of skirt. Via MFA.
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CIVIL WAR ERA SIDE LACING SHOES AS FOUND 1865
CIVIL WAR ERA SIDE LACING SHOES AS FOUND
Woman's wedding or afternoon dress: bodice, skirt, and cape Date: ca. 1860 Media: Silk Rep, Silk Fringe, Velvet Ribbon, And Embroidered Lace Accession Number: 48.20.1a-c Burgundy 3-piece dress:fitted boned bodice, full-length underskirt and shorter overskirt. Sleeves flare from elbow bow. High neckline trimmed with detatchable lace collar. Fringe and velvet ribbon trim bodice front, sleeve hems and hem of overskirt.
Woman's wedding or afternoon dress: bodice, skirt, and cape -
Silk taffeta dress with velvet ribbon, lace, and rhinestones. c.1860's - Courtesy of the Philadelphia Art Museum. civil war era fashion girl
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Silk taffeta dress with velvet ribbon, lace, and rhinestones. 1860s. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Art Museum.
Girl's Dress: Bodice and Skirt c. 1860 Silk taffeta with velvet ribbon, lace, and rhinestones Philadelphia Museum of Art
civil war ball gown bodice | 1860's Burgundy Silk Ballgown
civil war ball gown bodice | 1860s Burgundy Silk Ballgown
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1860's Blue & Black Promenade Ensemble: What a striking color combination. This civil war era dress was beautifully constructed. The bust is 32, the waist is 21, the skirt length in front is 47 and the skirt around the bottom measures 170. The black silk is suppose to line up from the bodice to the skirt.
1860s Blue and Black Promenade Dress.
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#1860s Blue and Black Promenade Dress.
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Wedding Dress, Massachusetts, USA: 1867 (made), 3 October 1867 (worn), silk satin, needle lace, cotton and whalebone strips. "In the nineteenth century the bride's dress was the focal point of a wedding just as it often is today. The fashionable cut and rich material lavished on this gown show that it was clearly designed for a prosperous bride. With its crisp, simple lines and high waist and gored skirt worn over a crinoline cage, it is similar to styles depicted in contemporary photographs and fashion plates. The shimmering silk satin, delicate lace trimmings and pleated bertha ( a collar-like trimming) give the gown a sumptuous quality as would have befitted a wealthy bride. The colour is also significant as brides of social standing tended to wear white, ivory or cream. The fashion for white wedding dresses started in the mid-eighteenth century, although most people were married in coloured gowns. By the early nineteenth century more and more women opted for white as it implied purity, cleanliness and social refinement. The less well off or more practically minded chose pale blue, dove grey or fawn which they could wear for special occasions long after the event. It was, however, acceptable and even desirable for fashionable brides to customise their dresses for the early days of married life. In this example there is evidence that long net sleeves were once attached to the short oversleeves and a chemisette would probably have covered the neck. As weddings took place during the day it was usually considered unseemly to reveal a low décolletage or bare arms. Net was ideal as it provided a modest covering without destroying the effect of the dress and could easily be removed to create a fashionable evening gown."
Wedding Dress. 1867 (worn 10/3/1867). Massachusetts. Silk satin, needle lace.
Beautiful Civil War Wedding Dress...1867.... *pinterest
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Wedding dress | V&A Search the Collections
Decorum was very important in the 1860s. Here, a chart shows "the proper length for little girls' skirts at various ages."
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The proper length for little girls' skirts at various ages`, from Harper's Bazaar, showing an 1868 idea of how the hemline should descend towards the ankle as a girl got older-1868 skirt lengths girl ages Harpers Bazar
Time Traveling in Costume: Little Girls Civil War Dresses
Young lady's summer party dress, 1860s. White cotton voile with horizontal pinstripe weave printed with shaded green oak leaves, having drawstring boatneck, short puffed sleeve and three graduated skirt ruffles, self piping, cotton bodice lining, back hooks & eyes. Whitaker Auctions
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Young lady's summer party dress, 1860s. White cotton voile with horizontal pinstripe weave printed with shaded green oak leaves, having drawstring boatneck, short puffed sleeve and three graduated skirt ruffles, self piping, cotton bodice lining, back hooks & eyes. Whitaker Auctions beautiful
Plaid 1860's Day Dress
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Charming 1860's Burgundy Tan Stripe Challis Dress as Found | eBay seller fiddybee; Piping at neck, armscyes & waist, bodice lined w/ cotton, front button closure, hem has bands of fabric stripe at angle, skirt unlined except a band at the hem, mild underarm discoloration, some wearing to piping, scattered holes, 3" & 5" repair on waist; bust: 34"; waist: 24", skirt length: 38", hemline width: 116"
All The Pretty Dresses: Plaid 1860's Day Dress
Wedding dress, circa 1860. Green silk taffeta patterned with motif of yellow rosebud inside a black diamond. Two bodices, one day and one evening. Hand-sewn. South Canterbury (NZ) Museum via eHive.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art 1850 Silk Brocade Dress