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1909-10 Dress. Museum of London. This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'

1909-10 Dress. Museum of London. This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.' Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.' Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.' Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.' Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.' Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

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