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Dress House of Drécoll 1905

Ball gown House of Drécoll Date: ca. 1905 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF: 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. William Floyd Nichols and Mrs. Langdon Tyler, 1975 Accession Number: b

Rose wool and silk ensemble (back, with jacket), by James McCreery & Company, American (New York City), ca. 1907.

This detailed American day ensemble is finely detailed example of the period. According to the donor, Mrs. Philip J. Roosevelt, it was worn by her sister Gladys Roosevelt." The donor was a cousin to Theodore Roosevelt

Woman's and children's costumes, 1905

ornamentedbeing: “ Dress, c. 1905 “Cotton mull, lace, silk satin ribbon American An immaculately dressed wife and children were visible symbols of a man’s success at the turn of the twentieth century.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dressing Gown (Tea Gown) 1906  Medium: Plain weave silk, printed loose/dense striped silk plain weave, lace, and silk net

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dressing Gown (Tea Gown) 1906 Medium: Plain weave silk, printed loose/dense striped silk plain weave, lace, and silk net

Rose dress

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Afternoon Dress 1903 - The Museum at FIT

~Afternoon dress Medium: Salmon pink dotted cotton voile, cream lace and steel buttons Date: Country: USA (possibly)~

Woman's Dress France, circa 1900 Wool twill, full finish, with linen lace, silk crepe, silk velvet, and cotton plain-weave trim (M.2007.211.787a-b) | LACMA Collections

Dress Made Of Wool Twill, Full Finish, With Linen Lace, Silk Crepe, Silk Velvet And Cotton Plain-Weave Trim - French - The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

BLACK LACE TEA GOWN, c. 1905  2-piece, velvet dot appliques, chenille embroidery & black sequin trim on cross-hatch patterned net, B 36", W 26", Skirt L 40"-50",

BLACK LACE TEA GOWN (side view), c. 1905 velvet dot appliques, chenille embroidery & black sequin trim on cross-hatch patterned net.

Worth ball gown ca. 1905

I love the colors in this House of Worth Dress, circa The pink flowers with the blue of the dress is so beautiful!

1910s

This evening dress made between was worn by Maud Messel. It is made of silver gilt lame, covered with light green silk chiffon, embroidered with rosettes in pearls and glass. The dress has a long skirt with a train. The dress is worn with a.

BLACK CHIFFON & SEQUIN BALLGOWN, c. 1905

BLACK CHIFFON & SEQUIN BALLGOWN, c. black chiffon over black silk, trimmed in ombre gray sequins & lattice pattern cut steel beads, off the shoulder bodice w/ narrow shoulder straps,.

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