History - 1. Costume (Long 19th Century)

Georgian, Regency, Victorian, Edwardian etc. (Includes underwear meant to be seen). Illustrations are on History - 3. Designs, and modern commentary illustrations are with Recreations. Locations listed when museums are known.
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c. 1867 Evening Dress. No location known. Blue silk faille, white silk braid and blue silk ribbon. Separates of bodice, skirt & peplum.

“Showcased is a stunning blue silk faille evening gown with a bodice, trained skirt, and separate peplum. This exquisite dress is abundantly decorated with yards upon yards of white silk braid and white and blue silk ribbon.

c. 1860's Trained White Fine Linen 2-piece Gown Trimmed in Purple Ribbon :: Antique Dress

circa Trained White Fine Linen Gown Trimmed in Purple Ribbon - Civil War Era. Love the purple!

Circa 1870s Trained Pale China Blue Wool Twill Morning Gown with Watteau Back and Two-Tone Embroidery. [deadlink]

Trained Pale China Blue Wool Twill Morning Gown with Watteau Back and Two-Tone Embroidery Pinned from

c. 1880's Silk & Black Cut Velvet 2-piece Trained Gown with Handmade Ivory Lace Trim :: Antique Dress

Great use for that copper black material I have - do velvet jacket ~ Lovely Silk Soft Black Cut Velvet Trained Gown With Handmade Ivory Lace Trim

c.1848 Blush Rose Pink Silk Moire Slightly Trained Ballgown :: Antique Dress

1848 Blush Rose Pink Silk Moire Slightly Trained Ballgown! tied yarns of black

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