Woman's Dress with Embroidered Primroses. Made in England- Artist/maker unknown, English Ivory silk plain weave with multicolored silk embroidery in padded satin, buttonhole, and whipped running stitches and French knots Center Back Length: 58 inches cm)
1809 silk satin wedding dress, American Quaker / Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Woman's Evening Dress: Capelet, Belt and Slip Artist/maker unknown, French c. 1933 Medium: Ivory lace tulle with sequin embroidery, silk satin Evening Dress: Capelet, Belt and Slip
Four pieces: 2 bodices, skirt, and belt. Magenta silk satin with black silk satin & black cotton lace. Shown here is the high-necked bodice for formal daytime wear. It also has lower-cut evening bodice.
Evening dress, American or French, ca. Pale cream figured silk trimmed with lace. Philadelphia Museum of Art I love the simple, but still detailed embelishments.
Spiral Staircase, Saint Etienne-du-Mont, Paris, France photo via life
Woman's Dress with Day/Dinner Bodice, Evening Bodice and Skirt Made in France, Europe c. 1875 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth, English (active Paris), 1825 - 1895
Romantic Period - Woman's Day Dress Made in United States, North and Central America c. 1838 Artist/maker unknown, American Warp-printed silk taffeta Center Back Length: 51 inches cm) Gift of Mrs.
Woman's Dress (Bodice With Attached Overskirt, Dickey And Skirt) Made Of Silk Warp-Faced Plain n Weave, Silk Satin With Brocading And Ostrich Feathers - Designed By John Redfern & Sons (Paris, - France - Philadelphia Museum of Art
omgthatdress: Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, The Philadelphia Museum of Art
omgthatdress: Robe à la Polonaise 1780 The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Woman's Dress, Belt, and Sleeves American. 1823 Striped silk plain weave Philadelphia Museum of Art
* American Woman's Dress 1925 Bright blue silk plain weave, blue and white smocking, and white embroidery Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA)