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Promenade Dress   c.1870  From LACMA

Woman's Promenade Dress United States, circa 1870 Costumes Silk taffeta, linen plain weave and cotton twill weave with silk macramé fringe

Two-piece dress, 1883. Plum silk taffeta. Worn initially as a wedding dress, this stylish outfit has a second bodice, with plaid velvet lapels and cuffs, a feature that would extend the usefulness of this dress. Charleston Museum blog

1883 two-piece plum silk taffeta dress. Worn initially as a wedding dress, this stylish outfit has a second bodice, with plaid velvet lapels and cuffs, a feature that would extend the usefulness of this dress. Via Charleston Museum.

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incredibly beautiful antique, American made, hand smocked silk child's dress . gift from the Brooklyn Museum's costume collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo courtesy the Metropolitian Museum of Art costume collection by lula

Upcoming Sales  GIRL'S PURPLE STRIPE BUSTLE DRESS, 1870s 1 piece lavender silk taffeta, white pin stripes, ruched ivory satin & self pleated trims, pipe…

Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

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Satin damask ball gown, ca. Champagne-colored fabric supposedly bought from House of Worth.

Suit 1896, 19th century Fibre: silk (velvet, taffeta, corded) cotton (lace, lining); shell: mother of pearl

Little Lord Fauntleroy Suit- A popular fashion of young boys in the This was a velvet suit tunic that went passed just below the waist. Characteristics of this suit include: tight knicker-boxers, a wide sash, and a wide lace collar.

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