Evening dress, possibly Parisian, 1894. Blue silk velvet embroidered with glass beads and sequins and bead-embroidered net in butterfly & ribbon motifs. Lined in black silk; frill at hem. Tulle frill at the neck trimmed with bow & flared tulle epaulettes. Has quality & design of couture model, though not the label. May have been imported. Sold by Stern Bros. in New York. Victoria & Albert Museum
Evening Dress, Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936) for the House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956): 1900-1905, French, silk, cotton, linen, glass. Marking: [label] "Paquin, 3 rue de la Paix, Paris" & "Hughes, New York"
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