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Art Deco Gloves Date: late 1920s Culture: probably French Medium: leather Dimensions: Length: 12 1/2 in. Metropolitian Museum

Gloves | probably French

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BEADED CHIFFON DINNER DRESS with METALLIC LACE, 1920s. Sleeveless pumpkin silk decorated with elaborate polychrome beadwork and pearls, scalloped and lobed front hem with back streamers revealing satin under-dress with beaded and metallic lace hem and lace bodice top. B-36, L-46. (Tiny hole in skirt and under-dress, few tiny faint spots, very minor bead loss) excellent.

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Dress, Evening Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937) Date: 1925–26

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Robe de Style - House of Lanvin (fall/winter 1926) silk, rhinestones, pearls "The robe de style, which is often associated with Lanvin, is characterized by its dropped waist and wide skirts designed to resemble court dresses of the 18th century. The style safely hid the figure, which made it comfortable for clients of any age and shape. This particular robe de style’s uncomplicated bold decoration and sculptural silhouette is unmistakably iconic of the 1920s haute couture style of Lanvin."

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Vogue Book of Practical Dressmaking - 1928

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Vogue Book of Practical Dressmaking - 1928

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Vogue Book of Practical Dressmaking - 1928

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Camiknickers appliqued with silhouettes of dancers, circa 1925.

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Evening Dress: ca. 1925-1930, crepe silk, beads and other applications. Search for 18455.

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