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Vintage Art Deco Silk Brocade Evening Bag by "Kurzman - New York", c. 1930.

Vintage Art Deco Silk Brocade Evening Bag by "Kurzman - New York", c. 1930.

Robe à la française, ca. 1765,  French or Austrian,  Pale blue silk satin brocaded with silver

Robe à la française, ca. 1765, French or Austrian, Pale blue silk satin brocaded with silver

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Skirt and Underbodice Artist/maker unknown, American Date: c. 1850 Silk brocade, cotton/linen lace

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Skirt and Underbodice Artist/maker unknown, American Date: c. 1850 Silk brocade, cotton/linen lace

BRILLIANT BRACELET CREATIONA MUST SEE RED WINE BROCADE WRAP BRACELET Made to order  with silver plated teal ornaments, original pure silk brocade from India and strengthened with a cotton cord inside.  Colors are red wine with some shades of teal, while vintage sari silk is used for the border.  The charms and pendants are chosen from a large bead collection from the designer. The medallion pendant and polymer clay object is also made by the designer.  The total length is 30 inches..you can…

THE ULTIMATE HANDMADE SILK WRAP BRACELET, BRILLANT Boutique

BRILLIANT BRACELET CREATIONA MUST SEE RED WINE BROCADE WRAP BRACELET Made to order with silver plated teal ornaments, original pure silk brocade from India and strengthened with a cotton cord inside. Colors are red wine with some shades of teal, while vintage sari silk is used for the border. The charms and pendants are chosen from a large bead collection from the designer. The medallion pendant and polymer clay object is also made by the designer. The total length is 30 inches..you can…

Love this gown... it would have been beautiful on Caro - or Devon, from Silver Storm.

Love this gown... it would have been beautiful on Caro - or Devon, from Silver Storm.

1735 French/Italian Robe à la française at the Museum at FIT, New York - From the curators' comments: "A fashionable robe à la française might be made from yards of expensive silk brocade draped over wide hoops, trimmed with handmade lace, and elaborately accessorized. Often dismissed as wasteful, aristocratic luxury supported a host of artisans."

1735 French/Italian Robe à la française at the Museum at FIT, New York - From the curators' comments: "A fashionable robe à la française might be made from yards of expensive silk brocade draped over wide hoops, trimmed with handmade lace, and elaborately accessorized. Often dismissed as wasteful, aristocratic luxury supported a host of artisans."

Gentleman's Banyan (Double-breasted Dressing Gown), Spain, mid-18th century, silk Technique: compound weave with brocading and chenille. Contrast front edgings, lapels and cuffs. The robe is of heavy white silk brocaded with silk floss and chenille in a large-scale floral in blue, green and coral. The contrasting silk is a floral brocade with a yellow ground. Cooper-Hewitt

Gentleman's Banyan (Double-breasted Dressing Gown), Spain, mid-18th century, silk Technique: compound weave with brocading and chenille. Contrast front edgings, lapels and cuffs. The robe is of heavy white silk brocaded with silk floss and chenille in a large-scale floral in blue, green and coral. The contrasting silk is a floral brocade with a yellow ground. Cooper-Hewitt

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