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  • Julaine Haraden Morley

    Dress, 1890, American. This dress reflects the interest in historical revivals popular in the 19th century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan & early 19th-century styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

  • Joy Durben

    1890's vintage clothing | black beads and lace

  • Natalia Małachowska

    omgthatdress: Dress 1890 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • Diane Lawton

    Formal dress, 1890s like sleeve detail

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Cotton dress, ca. 1800, French. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collection. (Bib front gown, all over embroidery - looks like eyelet design along edge of bodice bib and sleeves)

Dress Date: ca. 1800 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 62 1/2 in. (158.8 cm) Credit Line: Hoechst Fiber Industries Fund, 1981 Accession Number: 1981.393.2

"1800 Doll" Raphael  (Italian) Designer: Simone Gange Designer: Casale (French) Designer: Fernand Aubry (French) Date: 1949 Culture: French Medium: metal, plaster, hair, silk, metallic, feather Dimensions: 29 x 13 in. (73.7 x 33 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Syndicat de la Couture de Paris, 1949

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"1890 Doll" with costume by Georgette Renal, made in 1949 as part of the Friendship Train. This dress was inspired by a design by British-born designer John Redfern.

Beaded burgundy silk velvet reception dress with linen sleeves and jabot, American, 1890. This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the 19th century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early 19th-century styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

Whole dress in yellow silk with gold lace inserts in the same color.1909 Source