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Collection’s Highlight: Plaid Taffeta Waist Waist, ca. 1835-1845, cotton, silk, L: 26 x W: 10.75in. The Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, Gift of Dr. Janet Smith, N0141.1974.
The Clothing Project — Collection’s Highlight: Plaid Taffeta Waist ...
Fripperies and Fobs 1860 - 70
Silk Taffeta, Blue Dresses, 1800S Style, 19Th Century, 1860S Fashion, Historical Clothing, Dinner Dresses, Side View, Day Dresses
Blue silk taffeta dress, late 1860s. IMATEX, register number 11907. Side view.
Reception or dinner dress, late 1860s
A side view of Molly's blue dress that she was wearing when she first meets Jordan Blake.
Day dress, 1860-70
Evening dress, circa 1860s. From Alexandre Vassiliev's collection. Photos from Brother at Your Side and Vassiliev's Facebook.
Circa 1860S, 1860 S, 1860 1870, 1800S, 1800 S
Evening dress, circa 1860s. From Alexandre Vassiliev's collection.
Fashion plate, 1855
19Ème Siècle, Fashion Plates, 1860S Fashion, Green Dress, 1850 1860, 1855, Du 19Ème, Mode Du, Historical Dresses
Fashion plate, 1855 Love the little plaid trims on the green dress.
Fashion Plates and Ephemera!
Vintage Victorian 1860's Civil War Era Black Silk Bodice Dropped Shoulders | eBay. "The bodice also has a full cotton lining, and there are three stays on the front at the waist that range in size from 3" to 5". The bodice still has all of its original white glass buttons. The bust is 15" (30"). The waist is 11" (22"). The length of the sleeve from the armhole to the cuff is 21". The length from the top of the shoulder to the waist is 13".
Charles Frederick Worth Visite Paris, c. 1885 ‘Off-white silk faille; braid trimming with wooden bead wrapped by silk threads. A visite was a woman’s cape-like outdoor garment, worn in the latter half of the nineteeth century.’ From the book Fashion: The Collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute - A History from the 18th to the 20th Century by Akiko Fukai
Silk Thread, Braids Trim, Charles Frederick Worth, Worth Visit, Off Whit Silk, Beads Wraps, Silk Faille, Wooden Beads, Visit Paris
Charles Frederick Worth Visite Paris, c. 1885 ‘Off-white silk faille; braid trimming with wooden bead wrapped by silk threads.
Wm E Kilburn, Hand-tinted Quarter-plate Daguerreotype of a Young Woman, probably 1840s
Young Woman, 1840S, Hands Tinted, Early Victorian, Young Women, Quarter Pl Daguerreotype, Kilburn, Victorian Fashion, Fashion Victorian
Twins - and I adore her hair - I'm going to guess late 1850s
Twin, Civil Wars, Wars Cdvs, Vintage Photos, 19Th Century, Pictures, Children, Hair Style, History Luver
Note: hair style, collar, pin, earrings. Dress appears to be large striped taffeta.
Twins!!! But love the hair.
Girl's Victorian c.1860 Taffeta Dress. I love how the buttons are incorporated into the hem trim.
Vintage Children, C 1860 Taffeta, Antiques Children, Children Fashion, Children Clothing, Antiques Dolls Children, Taffeta Dresses, Fashion Children, Victorian C 1860
Girl's Victorian c.1860 Taffeta Dress
Embroidery on a great gown of the 19th century follows Russian folk patterns
Embroidered Gowns, Pattern Skirts, Periodic Russian, 19Th Century Patterns, Russian Folk, Century Russian, Pattern Breathtaking, Folk Pattern
Embroidered gown of the 19th century, following Russian folk patterns
Embroidery on a great gown of the 19th century follows Russian folk patterns Breathtaking!
Embroidery on a great gown of the 19th century follows Russian folk patterns (skirt & patterns)
The colours in this gown are simply beautiful. 19th century Russian folk patterns
Русский народный костюм - Страница 12 - Беседка
Detail from a CDV of a girl with her kitten
Photos, Perfect Strange, Naughty Chairs, Pussycat Pussycat, 19Th Century, Victorian High, Cdvs Children, High Chairs, Strange Child
Awww.. both unsure of why they're in the naughty chair!!
the perfect strange child to sit in my Victorian high chair
Antique Photo Album Post Mortem Photography
Girl in Straw Hat HILL AND ADAMSON, b.1802-1870 and 1821-1848 Camera Work Proof, 1912 21.5 x 15.8 cm Photogravure
Little Girls, Octavius Hills, Vintage Photos, Vintage Photographers, Straws Hats, Old Pictures, Creepy Vintage, David Octavius, Old Photographers
18 Creepy Vintage Photos That Will Give You Chills - Smashcave
Bizarre Vintage Photographs | 18 Creepy Vintage Photographs ~ Extremely weird stuff
Dont piss this little girl off...
Girl in Straw Hat by David Octavius Hill
Old pictures are creepy out of context
Creepy Antique Portraits | Old photograph of a rather sinister-looking girl. Perhaps she was just ...
Postilian in the back, Really helped to show a narrow waist.
Civil Wars, Plaid Dresses, Dresses 2Dayslook, Wars Dresses, 1860S Red
1860s Red, Blue & Green Plaid Bodice make star 1865 -1870 Red, blue and green plaid womans bodice [Cotton] Overview: This 1860s blue and green plaid bodice is made from lightweight silk fabric. It is trimmed with black cotton velvet ribbon. The lining is glazed linen. Some seams on this garment have been machine stitched, but most of the bodice has been made and trimmed by hand.
#Postilian in the back, Really helped to show a narrow waist. Plaid Dress #2dayslook #new #Plaid fashion www.2dayslook.com
1860s Red, Blue & Green Plaid Bodice
2012-08-25 KSMF - Linsey-wooley striped day dress with black braid (to imitate a bolero) (American), circa 1862.
Man’s embroidered silk vest, 1853. This beautifully embroidered fabric was executed in Canton, China and purchased there in 1851 by Louis Manigault (1828-1899) while he was traveling around the world. It was made in to a ball and dinner vest in Charleston. The lining fabric bears the Manigault name in Chinese characters. Charleston Museum.
Silk Waistcoat, Costumes, Man Vest, Embroidered Silk, Clothing, 19Th Century Mens Fashion, Silk Vest, Historical, Gentleman Embroidered
Mans vest 1853
Gentleman's embroidered silk waistcoat 1853
Gentleman's embroidered silk vest, 1853.
Reception gown, Jane E. Turner, New York, 1877. Two-piece dress of claret-colored velvet and taffeta with bustle and train. Self-covered buttons at center front with detail embroidery. Asymmetrically trimmed with draped swags, knotted cotton fringe and self-fabric bows. Hand- and machine-sewn. Miss Turner charged the client $128.33 for the dress, which she wore at a White House reception. Minnesota Historical Society