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Embroidered white silk satin evening dress with chiffon overlay and silver braid trim, by Nadezhda "Hope" Lamanova, Russian, 1910.

Embroidered white silk satin evening dress with chiffon overlay and silver braid trim, by Nadezhda "Hope" Lamanova, Russian, 1910.

Stencilled black silk gauze tunic, probably Gallenga, 1920s. Square-cut wrap with silver Renaissance-style trees and stylized creatures. Black Venetian glass beads along hem and knotted cord closure with glass bead tassels. Whitaker Auctions

Stencilled black silk gauze tunic, probably Gallenga, 1920s. Square-cut wrap with silver Renaissance-style trees and stylized creatures. Black Venetian glass beads along hem and knotted cord closure with glass bead tassels. Whitaker Auctions

Edwardian fashion, women's 1900s dress, HIGH NECK TEA GOWN with LACE BUTTERFLIES, EARLY 20th C. 1-piece princess style cream cotton batiste inset with vertical bands of lace and net, embroidered yoke inset with lace butterflies, boned neck, banded sleeve with fine tucks, skirt having band of butterflies below hip over pieced lace and embroidery, gathered hem bands. Bust 30, waist 22, length 54.

Edwardian fashion, women's 1900s dress, HIGH NECK TEA GOWN with LACE BUTTERFLIES, EARLY 20th C. 1-piece princess style cream cotton batiste inset with vertical bands of lace and net, embroidered yoke inset with lace butterflies, boned neck, banded sleeve with fine tucks, skirt having band of butterflies below hip over pieced lace and embroidery, gathered hem bands. Bust 30, waist 22, length 54.

Evening dress (front view) Callot Soeurs  Designer: Madame Marie Gerber Date: 1914 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.3161

Evening dress (front view) Callot Soeurs Designer: Madame Marie Gerber Date: 1914 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.3161

Tea dress, circa 1912, maker's name BECHOFF-DAVID, Paris (couture house). Medium: silk tulle, linen tape lace, and cotton thread.

Tea dress, circa 1912, maker's name BECHOFF-DAVID, Paris (couture house). Medium: silk tulle, linen tape lace, and cotton thread.

Evening dress ca. 1911-1913 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress ca. 1911-1913 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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