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JEANNE HALLÉE TRAINED POINT-d’ESPRIT EVENING DRESS, c.1900. 2-piece black dotted net decorated with gold sequins and bugle bead dangles in a pattern of scrolls and vertical lines, the boned short sleeve bodice trimmed in embroidered net, black and white tulle, and aqua satin, full tiered skirt having embroidered net ruffles. Unlabeled, museum attribution. Detail

JEANNE HALLÉE TRAINED POINT-d’ESPRIT EVENING DRESS, c.1900. 2-piece black dotted net decorated with gold sequins and bugle bead dangles in a pattern of scrolls and vertical lines, the boned short sleeve bodice trimmed in embroidered net, black and white tulle, and aqua satin, full tiered skirt having embroidered net ruffles. Unlabeled, museum attribution. Detail

1910 Black cotton velvet and silk Chantilly lace Edwardian Gown / Кружево Шантильи.: la_gatta_ciara

1910 Black cotton velvet and silk Chantilly lace Edwardian Gown / Кружево Шантильи.: la_gatta_ciara

Jeanne Hallée ball or presentation gown, 1903, bodice with reticella style chemical lace, studded with rhinestones and bugle beads, silver lace trim, the skirt with bands of silver lace to the hem, Probably part of the trousseau of Romaine née Stone, daughter of the General Roy Stone, who distinguished himself at the battle of Gettysburg. Romaine married first a fellow American, Laurence Turnure, a banker, at St Paul's Knightsbridge on July 15th 1890.

Jeanne Hallée ball or presentation gown, 1903, bodice with reticella style chemical lace, studded with rhinestones and bugle beads, silver lace trim, the skirt with bands of silver lace to the hem, Probably part of the trousseau of Romaine née Stone, daughter of the General Roy Stone, who distinguished himself at the battle of Gettysburg. Romaine married first a fellow American, Laurence Turnure, a banker, at St Paul's Knightsbridge on July 15th 1890.

Evening dress Jeanne Hallée  (French, 1880–1914)  Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, horsehair, bone, metallic. Detail

Evening dress Jeanne Hallée (French, 1880–1914) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, horsehair, bone, metallic. Detail

A mushroom velvet and lace gown, circa 1910, bearing a Jeanne Hallée label, with beaded medallion to the waist front, lace bodice and sleeves. Front

A mushroom velvet and lace gown, circa 1910, bearing a Jeanne Hallée label, with beaded medallion to the waist front, lace bodice and sleeves. Front

2 Piece Tea Gown Made Of Watered Silk Pastel Roses Covered With Black Dotted Net With Black Chantilly Lace Inserts, White Lace High Neck And Front Bodice, Pink Velvet Trim, Trained Skirt    c.1902   -   Augusta Auctions

2 Piece Tea Gown Made Of Watered Silk Pastel Roses Covered With Black Dotted Net With Black Chantilly Lace Inserts, White Lace High Neck And Front Bodice, Pink Velvet Trim, Trained Skirt c.1902 - Augusta Auctions

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