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Couture Wedding Dress: ca. 1920's, heavily sculpted silk satin and sheer net/tulle.

"Forecast" Headpiece and Veil for Wedding Dress, Kauffman, Pittsburgh: 1950's, Chantilly lace appliqued silk satin, pearls, tulle.

Silk satin wedding dress with cream silk net overlay and wide Brussels lace, fancy embroidery and wide satin ribbon decoration, English, 1833. Worn by Emma Talbot, who was married at Penrice Castle on June 18th, 1833.

Worth & Bobergh Evening gown, 1861 Silk satin, silk ribbon, handmade "Point de Gaze" lace Gorgeous!

Wedding Gown, Cahill, Beverly Hills: 1940's, shimmer silk satin and Chantilly lace, Peter-Pan collar sculpted drop-waist peplum bodice, backside bustle bow-sash full-length skirt with train.

Wedding Dress, Lucile Ltd.: 1912, English, silk satin and silk chiffon trimmed with faux pearls, beads and metal thread.

Wedding Dress, Lucile, Chicago: 1916, silk satin, Valenciennes and Chantilly lace, silk flowers, petticoat of "Pussy Willow" silk. "Worn by Katherine Keith at her marriage to David Adler on June 1, 1916. This wedding dress shows direct reference to a style of dress popular in the mid-to-late eighteenth century that had a wide skirt supported by a boned understructure called a pannier...The pannier in this dress is one single piece of boning stitched into the lining of the garment."

Wedding Dress, Massachusetts, USA: 1867 (made), 3 October 1867 (worn), silk satin, needle lace, cotton and whalebone strips. "In the nineteenth century the bride's dress was the focal point of a wedding just as it often is today. The fashionable cut and rich material lavished on this gown show that it was clearly designed for a prosperous bride. With its crisp, simple lines and high waist and gored skirt worn over a crinoline cage, it is similar to styles depicted in contemporary photograp...

Late 1870's/early 1880's Fan Trained Wedding Gown of Cream Silk Satin with Crystal Beading.

Silk, Satin and Lace Wedding Gown c. 1912. Augusta Auctions