One-piece dress, Black & blue silk organza with silk lining. Embroidery in leaf motif on overlay.
Tea gown, A.H. Metzner, New York, 1912. Emerald green silk with sheer black mesh net overlay, lace appliqués, faceted beading, and multicolored embroidery in peacock design. Flared kimono-style sleeves, asymmetric skirt-swag design, low-plunging neckline, and hook closures down back. Timeless Vixen Vintage/1st Dibs
Dress1904The Museum at FIT (OMG that dress!)
Dress Shogren Ivory silk gauze with light blue satin stripe, ivory lace, ivory ribbon, and blue velvet ribbon
The New Zealand Fashion Museum dates it to Black silk, black & cream lace, cotton lining, boning. "This late-Victorian dress demonstrates the levels of luxury attainable by a small-town storekeeper’s wife at the end of the century," the museum says.
Pastel Embroidered Dress circa from 1913 made from handkerchief linen hand embroidered with blue polka dot at the background & stylized rose bands, handmade bobbin lace trim, silk cord & tassel belt, center back closure.
Vintage 1940's Black Chantilly Lace Illusion Bodice Dress
View this item and discover similar evening dresses and gowns for sale at - ➳ vintage dress * black Chantilly lace * silk lining * lining is weighted throughout * ruched bodice * velvet illusion v-neck and back * velvet
Amalie Wallemien, Vienna, ca. Blue cloth with…
Ball gown, by G. Spitzer (Austrian), about This gown was worn by India Harris, wife of Addison C. Harris, Ambassador to Austria from 1899 to
Griffith Pioneer Park Museum via Australian Dress Register.