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Automobile Duster and Goggles, 1900-09  Linen with oilcloth trim. Goggles, leather with cotton binding; metal eyepieces with tinted glass; replacement ties. In the early years of the automobile, driving was as much a sport as it was transportation. Open cars required protective outerwear—a "duster" coat the color of the dust and mud sure to cling to the driver, goggles, and for ladies, hats firmly kept in place with long veils which kept dust off the face.

Edwardian Dusters and Motoring Veils The great coat was called duster. A&F company had produced dusters during Edwardian Period. Both of the dusters and veils helped people from getting dust when drove.

c. 1912 "Titanic" Edwardian Gown of Ivory Silk, Gold Lame and Floral Chiffon! This gown came to me from the estate of a woman named Margarite who was the owner's Grandmother's cousin. Sideways

1912 "Titanic" Edwardian Gown of Ivory Silk, Gold Lame and Floral Chiffon! This gown came to me from the estate of a woman named Margarite who was the owner's Grandmother's cousin.

Beaded tulle evening gown, c.1910. In the scintillating evening gown, the elegant style molds to the torso, ending with a dramatic sweeping train. The outer black silk tulle layer is totally covered with a brilliant textural composition. The textured black-on-black design adds a layer of glamour to the languid Edwardian elegance. The ingenious combination of black glass beads, paillettes, and sequins is enhanced by creatively placing clusters on edge, producing a glittering three-dimensional…

Shimmering black beaded tulle evening gown, The outer black silk tulle layer is covered entirely with a combination of black glass beads, paillettes, and sequins.

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