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    The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress 1860s

  • Shaleza Rouse

    Circa 1860-1864 evening dress, British. Low body, deep front point; double short sleeve; bertha neckline; box pleats and directional pleats in skirt. Trim is box pleated ruched ribbon between a blonde lace and a black lace; singular on bertha neckline and sleeves, doubled on skirt. Via The Met. civil war era fashion

  • Jennifer Ellis

    Civil War Ball Gowns For Sale | Ooh, I love that box pleated trim! 1860–64 British silk dress

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    Dress 1860 64

  • Eve Carson

    1860s tan evening dress with contrasting trim

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