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  • Lynette Meek

    It's purple!!!!! Purple ball gown 1860s

  • Geneviève Leprohon

    Woman's dress American, 1860s Attributed to Jessie Benton Fremont, American DIMENSIONS Overall (evening bodice bust): 76.2 cm (30 in.) Overall (evening bodice waist): 61 cm (24 in.) Overall (day bodice bust): 76.2 cm (30 in.) Overall (day bodice waist): 61 cm (24 in.) Overall (skirt waist): 61 cm (24 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Faille moire silk, tulle, chantilly lace, and carnival glass buttons

  • AmourDurable

    Evening Dress, 1860s, American; Faille moire silk, tulle, chantilly lace, and carnival glass buttons, via The Museum of Fine Arts Boston

  • Shaleza Rouse

    American, 1860s. Faille moire silk, tulle, chantilly lace, and carnival glass buttons civil war era fashion

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