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    AMERICAN GREEN SILK DAY DRESS, 1855-1860

    Dress Date: 1864–65

    Day dress, 1855

    1850-1890 two-piece floral printed mint green silk chine, trained Watteau back, trimmed w/serpentine bands of green satin ribbon w/underskirt of ivory taffeta decorated w/green ribbon trimmed tulle flounces. Via Augusta Auctions.

    Does this look like 1750-70 with a hoop slip under it to any one else? Discription: 2-piece floral printed mint green silk chine, trained Watteau back, trimmed w/ serpentine bands of green satin ribbon (some holes in hem area) w/ underskirt of ivory taffeta decorated w/ green ribbon trimmed tulle flounces, B 34", W 26.5", Front Gown L56", Back L 72", (some tulle flounces damaged) good

    1850

    Dress 1851, American, Made of silk

    Skirt, 1850-1860

    Evening Dress: ca. 1850-1852, American, silk. "The female silhouette of the middle of the 19th century consisted of a fitted corseted bodice and wide full skirts. The conical skirts developed between the 1830s, when the high waist of the Empire silhouette was lowered and the skirts became more bell shaped, to the late 1860s, when the fullness of the skirts were pulled to the back and the bustle developed..."

    Afternoon dress ca. 1905. Gray silk brocade with a polka dot pattern. Bodice has gorgeous ivory lace, soutache braid, hem braid and brass and gudapercha(?). Gored skirt has appliquéd ruffle panels. Vintage Martini

    Augusta Auctions, March/April 2005 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 583: Figured Silk Day Dress, 1858-1862

    The female silhouette of the middle of the 19th century consisted of a fitted corseted bodice and wide full skirts. The conical skirts developed between the 1830s, when the high waist of the Empire silhouette was lowered and the skirts became more bell shaped, to the late 1860s, when the fullness of the skirts were pulled to the back and the bustle developed. The flared skirts of the period gradually increased in size throughout and were supported by a number of methods. Originally support ca

    Day dress, Mary Worley, St. Paul, MN (attr.), ca. 1875. Blue & teal silk taffeta in one piece. Apron-draped bodice with center front self-button closure, Sleeves are full length, two-piece coat sleeves with box pleated cuffs. Hem of bodice apron is Van Dyked (dagged). Minnesota Historical Society

    Victorian Dress - PAINTED SILK EVENING GOWN, 1840s November 10, 2010 - St. Pauls - NYC New York, NY

    c. 1867 [1864-1867] dress, American. Silk. The Met, C.I.40.164.1a–c. [Only the slightly trained skirt and wide, flat box pleats give this a postwar look. The bodice and sleeves are fine for 1860-1865.]

    Cream Silk Lace Veil, Mid 19th C, Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC, Lot 77

    Alternating stripes of sky blue satin & white faille: skirt w/ pleated trim, day jacket, Emile Pingat 1870s-80s.

    American Silk Dress, 1860

    Dress - ca 1862, American

    ON LAYAWAY Bottle Green Silk Bodice circa late 1800s - Dorothea's Closet Vintage

    ca. 1855-65. Polychrome silk taffeta Drawing pictures and decoration printing Ribbons with ikat. Museum of Costume, CIPE, Madrid. Courtesy: ...