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    1860s cream silk ensemble with 2 bodice options, French, c.1865.


    ball gowns 1865 | Because of the low neckline it could be a dinner dress for a married ...

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    Day Bodice | Robe à Transformation 1865 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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