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Worth dinner dress, circa 1883. This dress of silk satin and cut velvet stripes is scattered with a rose leaf motif of cut and uncut velvet, creating the shading. These beautiful materials, whose woven thickness was created using complex techniques, show the high quality of Lyon silk textile. The over skirt, draped and gathered into an apron style, and the train greatly contribute to the dignity of this bustle-style dress.
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Worth dinner dress, circa 1883. This dress of silk satin and cut velvet stripes is scattered with a rose leaf motif of cut and uncut velvet, creating the shading. These beautiful materials, whose woven thickness was created using complex techniques, show the high quality of Lyon silk textile. The over skirt, draped and gathered into an apron style, and the train greatly contribute to the dignity of this bustle-style dress.

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Worth dinner dress, circa 1883. This dress of silk satin and cut velvet stripes is scattered with a rose leaf motif of cut and uncut velvet, creating the shading. These beautiful materials, whose woven thickness was created using complex techniques, show the high quality of Lyon silk textile. The over skirt, draped and gathered into an apron style, and the train greatly contribute to the dignity of this bustle-style dress.

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Day dress, J.C. Gobled, Rouen, late 19th century. Wine-colored silk with green stripes. Front-fastening bodice, with buttons covered by decorative pleats and bow on left shoulder. Front of skirt is off-center because waistband was removed & resewn with pleats. Integral bustle hoops; lined. Bonham’s
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Day dress, J.C. Gobled, Rouen, late 19th century. Wine-colored silk with green stripes. Front-fastening bodice, with buttons covered by decorative pleats and bow on left shoulder. Front of skirt is off-center because waistband was removed & resewn with pleats. Integral bustle hoops; lined. Bonham’s

Day dress, J.C. Gobled, Rouen, late 19th century. Wine-colored silk with green stripes. Front-fastening bodice, with buttons covered by decorative pleats and bow on left shoulder. Front of skirt is off-center because waistband was removed & resewn with pleats. Integral bustle hoops; lined. Bonham’s
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Wedding dress, Exeter, Devon, England, 1884. Silk satin and velvet. Royal Albert Museum
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Wedding dress, Exeter, Devon, England, 1884. Silk satin and velvet. Royal Albert Museum

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Beaded Satin Reception Gown, 1880s October 24, 2004 - Session 2 Lot 693 - $650.00
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Beaded Satin Reception Gown, 1880s October 24, 2004 - Session 2 Lot 693 - $650.00

Beaded Satin Reception Gown, 1880s October 24, 2004 - Session 2 Lot 693 - $650.00
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Printed red silk satin dolman jacket and skirt, 1880

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ca. 1876 by House of Worth - Museum of the City of New York - created on 2015-04-19 20:36:07
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ca. 1876 by House of Worth - Museum of the City of New York - created on 2015-04-19 20:36:07

ca. 1876 by House of Worth - Museum of the City of New York - created on 2015-04-19 20:36:07

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Charles- Frederick Worth Wine-red silk satin cut velvet with stripes and leaf pattern; figured additional cut velvet layer on leaf pattern; set of bodice and skirt with bustle; tulle and silk satin bows at cuffs; apron-shaped overskirt draped toward back.

1880's Dark wine-colored velvet. Lacing down front with high collar and red satin facing. Skirt: Large bustle and pleats at side, both heavily decorated with red glass beads and bugles.   Manchester Art Gallery

Dark wine-colored velvet, The long-waisted bodice exhibits lacing down front with high collar and red satin facing. The skirt incorporates a large bustle and pleats at the side, both heavily decorated with red glass beads and bugles.

Dress, possibly American, ca. 1866-68. Four pieces: 2 bodices, skirt, and belt. Magenta silk satin with black silk satin & black cotton lace. Trimmed in the fashionable apron style, skirt has 9 tapered pieces at front & sides and one straight length at back, with deep pleating at back waist that flows into full train. Shown here is the high-necked bodice for formal daytime wear. It also has lower-cut evening bodice. Philadelphia Museum of Art

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.

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Purple and lilac silk brocade gown, High purple velvet collar and trim at cuffs. Purple satin drapery on skirt.

House of Worth, beaded silk faille dress, c.1890. Side view. From VintageTextile.

Worth beaded silk faille dress, The brilliant dress is trimmed with black lace, black jet beads, and black satin ribbon.

WORTH VESTIDO DE NOCHE 1884

WORTH VESTIDO DE NOCHE 1884

Reception gown of 1877.

Reception gown, Jane E. Turner, New York, Two-piece dress of claret-colored velvet and taffeta with bustle and train. Self-covered buttons at center front with detail embroidery.

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- Plum colored taffeta and velvet walking ensemble - (victorian fashion, style, vintage lady)

YOUNG LADY'S BUSTLE DRESS, 1880's, 1-piece navy silk satin, bodice & bustle skirt trimmed w/ navy & copper striped ribbon | Augusta Auctions

navy silk satin, bodice & bustle skirt trimmed w/ navy & copper striped ribbon, B W L excellent

Wedding dress of Anna Malcolm Agnew Davis (Mrs. Cushman K. Davis), attributed to the Christianson sisters, dressmakers of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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