Civil War Era clothes
Civil war dress
Silk satin dress, ca. in gray-blue. Boned bodice has square neckline trimmed with ivory silk satin ribbon
Top: Child's dress, Bottom: Portrait of Emily Tucker at age four, wearing the same dress ~ De Young Museum.
FROM ORIGINAL PINNER: Civil War Nurse Dress. This is a typical work dress made of cotton with a calico print. Notice the blood stains on the fabric, all of which have been tested positi.
Dress worn by Queen Victoria at her first Privy Council meeting at Kensington Palace, 20 June The black silk has changed colour due to the chemical compound of the dyes © Royal Collection
Evening Dress Kerry Taylor Auctions such a beautiful gown.
Victorian Brown Cotton Print Dress or Wrapper - what a cozy fall dress.
Uniform: Confederate Sack Coat Uniform American, Made of cotton and wool
(a very good way to hide the bride's face!) A fine striped taffeta bridal gown and bonnet, circa of grey and ivory silk with wine foliate stripes, Kerry Taylor Auctions
Mourning Dress: ca. silk taffeta with polished cotton lining, finished with velvet piping, wool binding. Possible maternity gown
Jane Eyre, photo by Jennelise
Civil War Beaded Bag Antique Americana by VintageStarrBeads,
Museum Rotterdam [unknown province] cream and blue a la disposition cotton sheer dress, circa
This was a Thangles block of the month quilt, which was done in Civil War fabrics. My first try at a scalloped border, which wasn't as hard as I anticipated it would be.
by elenas*treasures and carolinasquirrell
Wedding dress Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1841 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: figured silk satin with net and lace trimming Credit Line: Given by Miss H.
from Fripperies and Fobs
Turkey Red Quilted Petticoat - French c. 1840 Inside out. Notice the turned over waist