Beautiful ball gown from 1864-66, made by Charles Frederick Worth. Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk.

Beautiful ball gown from 1864-66, made by Charles Frederick Worth. Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk.

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The House of Worth designed this opulent embroidered gown ca. 1900-1903 for Lady Curzon, the Vicereine of India. Courtesy Fashion Museum, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council. Discovered this on display at Yale. Bath told me they had "a couple of" Mary's dresses, but I never saw THIS!!! Maybe *after* the Peacock Dress...

The House of Worth designed this opulent embroidered gown ca. 1900-1903 for Lady Curzon, the Vicereine of India. Courtesy Fashion Museum, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council. Discovered this on display at Yale. Bath told me they had "a couple of" Mary's dresses, but I never saw THIS!!! Maybe *after* the Peacock Dress...

Charles Frederick Worth C. 1894. The asymmetrical prominent “morning sun with clouds” motif had not previously been seen in Western Europe, and is clearly influenced by Japanese arts & crafts, especially the kimono.

Charles Frederick Worth C. 1894. The asymmetrical prominent “morning sun with clouds” motif had not previously been seen in Western Europe, and is clearly influenced by Japanese arts & crafts, especially the kimono.

Beautiful fabric! Lovely dress    D436, 1860's Civil War Era Silk Sheer Print Dress Major Museum De-Accession

Beautiful fabric! Lovely dress D436, 1860's Civil War Era Silk Sheer Print Dress Major Museum De-Accession

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