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A G & E Spitzer of Vienna embroidered pink chiffon and ivory satin gown with day and evening bodices, circa 1910. -

A G & E Spitzer of Vienna embroidered pink chiffon and ivory satin gown with day and evening bodices, circa -

1909 Reception gown in grey silk chiffon over ivory China silk embellished with hand painted metal shells. The upper bodice and sleeves are ivory lace over cream silk. The standing collar down through the throat is made up of pleated silk tulle set with appliqued lace. Satin covered discs accented the neckline between chiffon and tulle. They are also used at the sleeve hem. The chiffon on the bodice is pleated just above the waistline seam to create a cummerbund effect. Front

1912 Grey Silk Chiffon & China Silk Reception Gown w/ Metalic Shell Decorations

1912 Grey Silk Chiffon China Silk Reception Gown w Metalic Shell Decorations (front view). Daytime reception gowns were almost as intricately made as evening gowns, although colours tended to be more in line with daytime wear.

Evening Gown: ca. 1919-1920, net, attached silk charmeuse slip, seed beads arranged in scrolling acanthus leaf pattern, sash, and a secret "bust improver."

Evening Gown: ca. net, attached silk charmeuse slip, seed beads arranged in scrolling acanthus leaf pattern, sash, and a secret "bust improver.

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1910-1914, France - Evening dress by Jeanne Hallée - Silk, glass

Evening dress Jeanne Hallée (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, glass Dimensions: Length at CB: 58 in. cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 1981

Evening dress, 1910’s From the collection of Alexandre...

Evening dress, 1910’s From the collection of Alexandre... (Fripperies and Fobs)

Evening dress ca. 1910 From Kerry Taylor Auctions

Circa 1910 Madame Ernest Ltd cinnamon gauze silk and satin dress with elaborately embroidered waistband, metal thread wrapped buttons, beads and rosettes.

Robe de soirée en mousseline brodée, ca. 1910

G&E Spitzer of Vienna embroidered pink chiffon and ivory satin gown with day and evening bodices, circa Because of the high collar, I assume the day bodice is shown, but such coverage was also common for dinner and reception gowns.

Evening dress, 1910s, from the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Evening Dress Made of Silk Satin, Net, Pearls, Rhinestones And Sequins, Made By Girolamo Giuseffi Of The G. Company - American - Indianapolis Museum Of Art

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