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Circa 1900 Tea Gown: White cotton lawn with high neck of Valenciennes lace and bands in pattern of loops and bows. Another band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeves, and skirt, which also have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton beneath embroidered bows. Lower skirt ruffled in three bands. Via Whitaker Auctions.

White Cotton Tea Gown With High-Neck Valenciennes Lace; Bands in Pattern of Loops and Bows; Band of Polychrome Embroidered Roses At Lower Boudice, Sleeves, and Skirt; Scalloped Inserts of Tucked Pink Cotton; Lower Skirt Ruffled in

The Lace Guild, UK, Museum. Artefact of the Month picture for May 2010 - Tamboured wedding dress 1905–1910.

creativemuggle: The Lace Guild, UK, Museum. Artefact of the Month picture for May 2010 - Tamboured wedding dress

Stunning Edwardian wedding dress for sale again - 104 years after its last wearer walked down the aisle

Yards of lovingly-crafted lace, soft satin slippers... and all in a tiny size few modern brides could fit in: Stunning Edwardian wedding dress for sale again - 104 years after its last wearer walked down the aisle

Yards of lovingly-crafted lace, soft satin slippers. and all in a tiny size few modern brides could fit in: Stunning Edwardian wedding dress for sale again - 104 years after its last wearer walked down the aisle

Ball Gown, 1898 - House of Worth - made from a very special fabric which was woven à la disposition to fit the shape and dimensions of the skirt so that the butterflies flutter upward from the hem and, being graduated in size, seem to disappear in the distance. (text from website, http://fashioninhistory.tumblr.com)

Butterflies for M! Ball gown House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1898 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal.

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