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"Delphos" dress | Mariano Fortuny | Italy; Venice | 1905-1907 | pongee silk, Murano glass | Les Arts Décoratifs | Inventory #: 86-62-2

"Delphos" dress | Mariano Fortuny | Italy; Venice | 1905-1907 | pongee silk, Murano glass | Les Arts Décoratifs | Inventory #: 86-62-2

FORTUNY DELPHOS GOWN with SASH and ORIGINAL BOX, c. 1930. Vibrant blue silk trimmed at the shoulder, armhole and side with black and white striped Murano glass beads, silver stenciled blue silk twisted and looped sash with hook & eye closures, selvedge stamped in red

FORTUNY DELPHOS GOWN with SASH and ORIGINAL BOX, c. 1930. Vibrant blue silk trimmed at the shoulder, armhole and side with black and white striped Murano glass beads, silver stenciled blue silk twisted and looped sash with hook & eye closures, selvedge stamped in red

Dress, c. 1910s, Mariano Fortuny Delphos or Greek-style dress, designed by Mariano Fortuny,  . This gown has Venetian glass beads on the neckline drawstring and was worn by Ethel Sanford (1873-1924).

Dress, c. 1910s, Mariano Fortuny Delphos or Greek-style dress, designed by Mariano Fortuny, . This gown has Venetian glass beads on the neckline drawstring and was worn by Ethel Sanford (1873-1924).

Fortuny dress (Delphos, 1907) and cape (Cnosos, 1906) exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje by SayaValentine

Fortuny dress (Delphos, 1907) and cape (Cnosos, 1906) exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje by SayaValentine

1934, Italy Evening dress by Mariano Fortuny Silk, glass beads MET Museum

1934, Italy Evening dress by Mariano Fortuny Silk, glass beads MET Museum

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