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Antique Boudoir or tea gown. Cardinal (red) brocade with floral decoration, silk ribbons and tulle on the sleeves.

Dress, early 1860s. Wool, possibly mixed with linen, trimmed with velvet ribbon.

Dress, early 1860s. Wool, possibly mixed with linen, trimmed with velvet ribbon.

Dinner gown by J. Franken, circa 1910. Mauve silk satin stripe,  embroidered yoke in silk crewel w/brown taffeta facing. Gold ribbon and chiffon ruffle at collar. Beautiful.

Dinner gown, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. Embroidered yoke in silk crewel w/brown taffeta facing. Gold ribbon & chiffon ruffle at collar. Embroidered bullion net across yoke w/small revers, embroidered & trimmed in gold bullion.

Day dress ca. 1885-90. Three pieces: boned bodice, boned belt, and skirt. Silk and cotton with jet beads. Silk ribbons on shoulders. Le Bon Coin

Three pieces: boned bodice, boned belt, and skirt. Silk and cotton with jet beads. Silk ribbons on shoulders. Le Bon Coin by carrie

Gossamer-1870-039-s-Ribbon-Stripe-Silk-Bustle-Dress-Museum-De-accessioned

Gossamer-1870-039-s-Ribbon-Stripe-Silk-Bustle-Dress-Museum-De-accessioned

Bonnet, 1880’s France, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston “ Cream felt bonnet with cream silk ribbon, white ostrich feather and maroon artificial flowers and leaves in front, ribbon ties (yellow discoloration on feather and brim) ”

Bonnet, 1880’s France, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston “ Cream felt bonnet with cream silk ribbon, white ostrich feather and maroon artificial flowers and leaves in front, ribbon ties (yellow discoloration on feather and brim) ”

Robe à transformation, 1873. Black silk taffeta with roses embroidered on it in purple, green, & yellow silk and trimmed with black silk ribbons. Given by Empress Eugénie to the wife of the deposed emperor's doctor. (They were living in exile in Britain at this time.) Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

Robe à transformation, 1873. Black silk taffeta with roses embroidered on it in purple, green, & yellow silk and trimmed with black silk ribbons. Given by Empress Eugénie to the wife of the deposed emperor's doctor. (They were living in exile in Britain at this time.) Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

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