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“Delphos” gown, Fortuny, Venice, ca. 1910. Tea pink pleated silk with clear beads across shoulders, around armholes, and down side seams. Three hand-decorated strips of fabric, or sashes, which vary in width. Skinner Auctions

“Delphos” MARIANO FORTUNY Tea pink pleated silk with clear beads across shoulders, around armholes, and down side seams. Three hand-decorated strips of fabric, or sashes, which vary in width.

Side View FORTUNY PEPLOS GOWN, c. 1920. Pink crinkled silk with attached short sleeve tunic, the bottom curving toward open side seams trimmed in silk cord and joined at intervals with blue Murano glass beads, matching trim on sleeves and tunic bottom, separate pink silk sash with metallic stenciled design. Sash and seam tape stamped "Fortuny Dep"

Side View FORTUNY PEPLOS GOWN, c. 1920. Pink crinkled silk with attached short sleeve tunic, the bottom curving toward open side seams trimmed in silk cord and joined at intervals with blue Murano glass beads, matching trim on sleeves and tunic bottom, separate pink silk sash with metallic stenciled design. Sash and seam tape stamped "Fortuny Dep"

"Delphos" Gown with Murano Glass Beadwork, c. 1910, Venice, Italy- The Delphos gown was a finely pleated silk dress first created in about 1907 by Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo (1871–1949) and made until about 1950. It was inspired by, and named after, a classical Greek statue, the Charioteer of Delphi.

Mariano Fortuny silk pleated "Delphos" gown with murano glass beadwork, c. Venice, Italy, champagne-colored, with two hand-decora

Evening ensemble  Mariano Fortuny  (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice)  Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: ca. 1935

Evening ensemble Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded Date: ca.

1934, Italy Evening dress by Mariano Fortuny Silk, glass beads MET Museum

Evening ensemble, 1934 Mariano Fortuny Pale-blue pleated silk Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession

Peplos    Mariano Fortuny

FORTUNY PEPLOS GOWN, c. - Pink crinkled silk with attached short sleeve tunic, the bottom curving toward open side seams

Fortuny Tea Gown at Smithsonian.

Rose Silk Pleated Delphos Dress by Mariano Fortuny, 1936 Smithsonian Behring Center

1930's - Fortuny silk evening gown - gold color (vintage lady, Great Depression Era, fashion)

FORTUNY SILK DELPHOS W/ BOX, Blond silk pleated sleeveless gown, Murano amber & white glass side seam beads, stencilled cotton sateen belt, dress & belt labeled.

Dress, c. 1910s, Mariano Fortuny by Charleston Museum, via Flickr

Mariano Fortuny Delphos or Greek-style dress, designed by Mariano Fortuny, . This gown has Venetian glass beads on the neckline drawstring and was worn by Ethel Sanford

Dress  Mariano Fortuny  (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice)  Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: 1936

Dress Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded Date: 1936

A Mariano Fortuny black silk Delphos gown, circa 1920-30, unlabelled, with black cords criss-crossing over the breast, elbow length curved sleeves, edged with lapiz-blue Murano glass beads

A Mariano Fortuny black silk Delphos gown, circa unlabelled, with black cords criss-crossing over the breast, elbow length curved sleeves, edged with lapiz-blue Murano glass beads. Inspiration for Emmeline's mourning evening dress

Mariano  Fortuny Sienna Peplos Gown image 4

Mariano Fortuny Sienna Peplos Gown This dress is made of finely pleated sienna colored silk with silk cording along side seams,shoulders and tunic hem with multicolored glass beads threaded through the cording.

BEADED & SEQUINED DANCE DRESS, 1920s

BEADED SEQUINED DANCE DRESS, Seafoam green, silver bugle bead lattice pattern w/ irridescent sequined roses at neckline hem, B H L (net fragile w/ holes in shoulder strap chest areas) fair.

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