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Worth gown,   Parisian Series

The Amazing House of Worth

Worth Dress - - by Charles Frederick Worth (English, - Chiffon and sequins - Victora and Albert Museum - Mlle. Umm Charles couldn't have done this gown, he was dead over 20 years lol must be the House of Worth did it.

historicalfashion — Worth Evening Gown | Met | 1898-1900

Back Design House: House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length (a): 16 in. cm) Length at CF (b): 40 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976

BEADED & SEQUINED DANCE DRESS, 1920s

BEADED SEQUINED DANCE DRESS, Seafoam green, silver bugle bead lattice pattern w/ irridescent sequined roses at neckline hem, B H L (net fragile w/ holes in shoulder strap chest areas) fair.

Beaded and embroidered oarty dress, 1920's by proteamundi

- Party dress - Black net, copper scallop motifs, wide diagonal band w/ blossoms & foliage in blue & pink metal beads & teal blue silk embroidery

A House of Worth (Edwardian) gown of silk with silver and gold thread and bullion work.

The House of Worth designed this opulent embroidered gown ca. for Lady Curzon, the Vicereine of India. Courtesy Fashion Museum, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council. Discovered this on display at Yale.

1950's Prom Gown

Dress Wedding Dress Emma Domb Off White Green Floral Dress Bride Cocktail Full Skirt Gown Costume Evening Formal Prom Gift her

vintage dresses 1800 15 best outfits - vintage dresses

vintage dresses 1800 15 best outfits

Victorian tambour lace gown, early Intricately embroidered ecru net over a pink ruffled silk undergarment. The neckline and sleeves are trimmed with cotton ruffles, ribbon and lace trims. The gown closes with hooks and eyes down the back.

1920s gown by Charles Frederick Worth. In this period of time the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution

gown by Charles Frederick Worth. During this period, the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution.

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