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EMILE PINGAT SILK CARRIAGE COAT with LACE and BEADWORK, 1890s Black faille with satin collar, lapel and gigot sleeve decorated in ecru lace applique, steel beads and bronze sequins, black lace capelet, back of coat having sequinned vertical bands with beaded fringe and ball tassels, tasseled hem. Label "Emile Pingat/ 30. Rue Louis le Grande. 30./ Paris". B-36, W-30, L-36. Whitaker Auctions.

Bodice, 1890’s From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev

c. 1898-1900 Cranberry/Burgundy Wool Soutache Winter Cape with High Collar

Cranberry Wool and Ivory Soutache Cape with Fushia Silk lining. Ca 1900

c. 1898-1900 Cranberry/Burgundy Wool Soutache Winter Cape with High Collar

c. 1898-1900 Cranberry/Burgundy Wool Soutache Winter Cape with High Collar

Opera Cape Designed By Gustave Beer (French) c. 1896 - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Charles Frédéric Worth: Evening cape of la Comtesse Greffulhe, c.1895

High Style 1880-1890 Red Wool Jacket w/Fur Trim

Silk 1890s Bodice with Coordinating Riding Style Jacket Custom Made | eBay

Cape, 1895-1905, French. Wool & silk. Designed by Gustave Beer.

Charles Worth satin and lace cloak, c.1890-1900. Courtesy of the Rijksmuseum.

Evening Cape Made Of Silk, Metallic, Beads And Stones, Made By Emile Pingat - French c.1890 - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

A Redfern primrose-yellow Melton wool coat, circa 1890, the black silk lining bearing the remains of a printed gold 'Redfern 242 Rue de Rivoli' label, with integral capelet, couched gold thread embroidered black faille collar, edged in black ostrich plumes, fastened to the front by hooks and eyes. Via Kerry Taylor Auctions.

Evening coat House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856–1926) Date: ca. 1890 Culture: French Medium: silk, feathers Dimensions: Length at CB: 59 in. (149.9 cm) Accession Number: 2009.300.77

1890 Velvet & Lace Fancy Evening Coat "High style with abundant and lavish design features throughout. On a base of silk velvet with knotted net insertion and crochet medallions all connected with swirling and decorative soutash design elements. The hem, front closure and cuffs of sleeves trimmed out in a double layer of knife pleated chiffon. Fully lined in soft silk satin and closes in the front with hook and eyes. Chest measures 38″, 30″ waist, 23″ sleeves, and 39″ overall length."

1890's Silk Velvet & Lace Evening Coat "Lavishly decorated with soutache, couching in both cord and chenille with bands of the silk satin alternating with hand lace strips. Romantic stylized bishop sleeves with dense surface ornamentation along shoulders on both the front and back. Lined in black silk and additionally trimmed along front opening and cuffs with dotted net and ribbon ruffles. Hook and eye closure down the front. Chest 36″, waist 34″, length 40″, sleeves 23″."

Afternoon jacket, House of Worth. Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth and to Jean-Philippe Worth. Date: 1895.

Emile Pingat, 1890

Charles Frederick Worth (1825–1895), Paris, France, Coat, 1890

VICTORIAN FRINGED WOOL JACKET. Bone flannel with cuffed balloon sleeve, round collar with knotted silk fringe and tassels, trimmed in cream lace, double scalloped hem with small tassels, silk lining. B-40, L-28. (Minor soiling) excellent. $150-250. - my note: dating very late 1890's, very early 1900's