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    A gorgeous American-made wedding gown from 1884. The tightly fitted basque has a lovely keyhole closure under the high collar.

    Wedding Dress 1884, American, Made of silk ~ don't think I'd want a brown wedding dress, but I like the bustle and pleated hemline

    Dress Date: ca. 1884 Culture: American Medium: silk

    Wedding dress, Amercian, 1884, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Dress, Dinner, dark orange/red with black trim Date: late 1870s Culture: American Medium: silk Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: 1975.378

    Dress Date: ca. 1882 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal, cotton Accession Number: C.I.58.1.1

    Wedding dress Date: 1882 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.45.44.1 Metropolitan Museum of Art

    ca 1880. This dress belonged to Amelia Beard Hollenback (1844-1918), wife of the prominent financier and philanthropist John Welles Hollenback (1835-1927). The elaborate button and tassel decorations, the overall cohesiveness of design and the high quality of this stylish dress are a testament to the craftsmanship and great attention to detail carried out by American dressmakers at this time.

    Wedding dress Date: 1887 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.46.27.1a, b Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Dress, 1880, silk and lace, with a beautifully textured underskirt. An American-made dress for a 50th wedding anniversary. The style evokes 18th century and would have been appreciated for its beautiful embroidery and lace trim.

    Wedding Dress. Date: 1884. Culture: American. Medium: silk, cotton. Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm). (b) Length at CB: 75 in. (190.5 cm).

    Dress, Visiting James McCreary and Co., N.Y. Date: ca. 1889 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: C.I.57.48a, b