1910-1919 Day dress by Renaud & Cie, Barcelona. Cream-colored silk organza over silk satin with tunic overlay of tulle embroidered with beads and applications of metallic lace. Boned bodice. Textile Museum & Documentation Center, Terrassa, Spain. (IMATEX)
Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, 1930-35. Machine woven silk fabric with printed pattern, hand embroidered with glass beads. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061625588?pos=45&count=133&folder_id=2144).
Day dress, circa 1895. Royal blue silk with white dots and velvet trim. Skirt trimmed above hemline with 6 ruffles, 5 with knife pleats and 1 of velvet. Back of skirt has 2 panels attached at waistline. Bodice trimmed with velvet at cuffs, upper arms/shoulders and for standup collar. Waistline has ruching at front and back and ruffle outlining hem. Ruffle weighted in back. Collar closes with hooks and eyes and front opens with buttons (4 blue glass and 5 self-covered). Via Antique-Gown.com.
Evening dress, Worth, 1893. Yellow silk satin. Low, wide neckline embroidered w/silver-colored cord & rhinestones, trimmed w/silk fabric flowers at front. Pattern pieces create illusion of bodice wrapping right over left. Sleeves are gold silk velvet & crepe. Self-fabric skirt embroidered w/silver-colored cord, gold-colored beads, sequins, and rhinestones. Lower edge of skirt bordered w/twisted garland of 2 shades of yellow crepe and backed w/gold velvet. Long train. Chicago History Museum
Dress, F.Casas Puig, Terrassa, Spain, 1900-1909. Black silk skirt with velvet ribbons embroidered with silk chenille yarn. White lace collar covering neckline. Bodice is black silk covered w/net embroidered w/chenille yarn; it forms 2 bands across chest back. Short train. Bottom decorated w/rhinestones, embroidery, velvet ribbons. High waist attaches to bodice with hooks, hidden by chenille embroidery, making it look like 1 piece. Textile Museum Documentation Center, Terassa (IMATEX)
Edwardian - Bodice from Evening dress (with skirt, b) Designer: Callot Soeurs Date: ca. 1906 Location: Not on display Century: 20th Century AD Media: Eggshell Satin With Silk And Silver Embroidery, Silver Lace, Tulle Department: Costume and Textile Arts