Woman's Dress: Bodice and Skirt  Sold by Maison du Bon Marché, Paris  Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: 1880 Medium: Printed silk satin, blue-grey silk satin Accession Number: 1963-94-1a,b

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress: Bodice and Skirt Sold by Maison du Bon Marché, Paris, 1852 - present Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: 1880 Medium: Printed silk satin, blue-grey silk satin

Front View 1880's original mourning gown. Gown images courtesy of time-travelers antiques on ebay.  "A most becoming original circa 1880 lady's black silk taffeta 2 piece bustled and trained mourning dress that is a very good example of a woman not sacrificing style at the time of mourning. Lined and stayed, with a ruched bodice and underskirt, trimmed in black silk satin and bobbin and Cluny lace, and with pleated cuffs and hem. Passementerie button accents to the tail, and a graceful…

Victorian Mourning Gown Front View original mourning gown, black silk taffeta 2 piece bustled and trained mourning dress that is a very good example of a woman not sacrificing style at the time of mourning.

1878-79 ___ Dinner Dress by Mon. Vignon ___ silk & cotton ___ French (Paris) ___ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ___ photo 3

Vignon (French) Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 31 in. Length (b): 63 in. Accession Number: b For more views, see other pins.

Striped silk gown in charcoal gray and white, ca. 1880s. Two pieces. The long bodice has gathered bustle detail and islined in glazed cotton.

Striped silk gown in charcoal gray and white, ca. The long bodice has gathered bustle detail and islined in glazed cotton.

Dress1885The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Dress1885The Philadelphia Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Day Dress A. Morhange & Cie “ The gowns and wraps from Sarah Mayer A. Morhange were imported to many notable American stores such as John Wanamaker. The firm, one of Paris’s twenty premier.

Rare Ernest Raudnist gown 1893 Archive List | Kerry Taylor Auctions

Item Description: A rare Ernest Raudnitz chiné century inspired taffeta ball gown, circa stamped in gold to the waist-stay 'Ernest Raudnitz, 23 Rue Louis le Grand, Paris' (Kerry Taylor Auctions, 25 June Lot

Dress (Ball Gown), c. 1880, Met Museum  Marking: [label] "by special appointment, Dressmaker to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales/ ELISE/170 Regent St. London"

Ball Gown -- circa 1880 -- British -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

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