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Vintage Engagement Ring Settings

c. 1900 Victorian Gown / Gibson Era Gray High-Necked Cotton and Beaded 2-piece Afternoon Gown

c. 1900 Victorian Gown / Gibson Era Gray High-Necked Cotton and Beaded 2-piece Afternoon Gown

Day dress, ca. 1900s, of striped pewter silk with embroidered salmon pink detail. Bonham's

Day dress, ca. 1900s, of striped pewter silk with embroidered salmon pink detail. Bonham's

Day dress, circa 1910. Black silk (cross between jersey and crepe), slightly elevated waistline. Tunic-style bodice with black embroidered netlace above bust and on lower sleeves. Wide cummerbund at waist that narrows and hooks in back. Two-layer skirt, with under layer being Princess-cut with two deep flounces under it at bottom of lining. Via Ruby Lane Vintage.

Day dress, circa 1910. Black silk (cross between jersey and crepe), slightly elevated waistline. Tunic-style bodice with black embroidered netlace above bust and on lower sleeves. Wide cummerbund at waist that narrows and hooks in back. Two-layer skirt, with under layer being Princess-cut with two deep flounces under it at bottom of lining. Via Ruby Lane Vintage.

Gray floral print silk dress. Made by dressmakers Frances M., Gertrude H., and Cecelia M. Spettel, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Gray floral print silk dress. Made by dressmakers Frances M., Gertrude H., and Cecelia M. Spettel, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Emile Pingat, ca1890. French.  Velvet swan mantle.  Part 1. "The mantle was inherited from a Miss Kinney of San Francisco in the 1950s when she was approximately 80 years old. Her father, a sea captain who regularly traveled to China to trade, brought the mantle home from Paris on one of his many trips. The arduous voyage was made by sailing around the tip of South America, Cape Horn, before the Panama Canal was opened in 1914."

Emile Pingat, ca1890. French. Velvet swan mantle. Part 1. "The mantle was inherited from a Miss Kinney of San Francisco in the 1950s when she was approximately 80 years old. Her father, a sea captain who regularly traveled to China to trade, brought the mantle home from Paris on one of his many trips. The arduous voyage was made by sailing around the tip of South America, Cape Horn, before the Panama Canal was opened in 1914."

Antique Dress - Item for Sale  c. 1904 Black Etamine Fancy Trained Reception Gown appliqued in Taffetas

Antique Dress - Item for Sale c. 1904 Black Etamine Fancy Trained Reception Gown appliqued in Taffetas

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