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Satin damask bustle gown with provenance, c.1876, natural form bustle dress, $1800

lower side-it is pleated up the side seam.

With a sweeping train and brilliant gold color, this gown dazzles the eye. Worn in 1876 by Harriet Louise Gorman.

Satin damask bustle gown worn in 1876 by Harriet Gorman via the Vintage Textile archives. For Irene.

Sage green-grey taffeta day dress, English, ca. 1876. The jacket bodice with faux satin waistcoat panels, satin bows to cuffs, and to fringed hemline of skirt. Sotheby's

Sage green-grey taffeta day dress, English, ca. The jacket bodice with faux satin waistcoat panels, satin bows to cuffs, and to fringed hemline of skirt.

SILK SATIN & BROCADE RECEPTION GOWN, 1880s

SILK SATIN & BROCADE RECEPTION GOWN, Champagne silk satin, red & ivory thistle brocade, bodice & skirt attached at center back panel, long train lined w/ lace trimmed pleated buckram.

A beautiful bodice from a dress from 1878-1880, a period during the Victorian age known as Natural Form.

Jacquard silk dress with ruching and lace, designer unknown. Great Britain - Jacquard woven silk, ruched silk trimmed with machine lace. History of Fashion 1840 - 1900 - Victoria and Albert Museum

wo-piece dress (bodice)        French, 1885–90      Emile Pingat, French, active 1860–1896        Paris, France  Dimensions      39.3 cm (15 1/2 in.)  Medium or Technique      Polychrome Silk; velvet  Classification      Costumes     Accession Number      56.849a  Not on view

From the Cozy Vintage Corner on FB Evening Dress Emile Pingat, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tea gown, Philadelphia, circa 1892. Beige silk lined with yellow silk satin; yellow underskirt. Hand-embroidered with daffodils. Small glass beads form the center of the flowers. Front opening with hook & eye fasteners. Via American Museum in Britain.

Tea gown, Philadelphia, circa Beige silk lined with yellow silk satin; Hand-embroidered with daffodils. Small glass beads form the center of the flowers. Front opening with hook & eye fasteners. American Museum in Britain

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