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Tea Gown    Jean-Philippe Worth, 1900-1901    The Metropolitan Museum of Art by roseann

Metmuseum: This is a nice example of the teagown made by the House of Worth. This shows the luxurious lifestyle indicative of prominent women of the time. The teagown could be worn without a corset and was therefore a more comfortable form of dress.

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Dress (Tea Gown) House of Worth (French, Designer:Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Culture:French Medium:silk

Fashion and Costume History     – edwardian-time-machine:   WOOL & LACE MORNING...

I'd love to make something like this as a negligee or housecoat for myself >>> ~WOOL & LACE MORNING GOWN, c. 1895 Blue flannel w/ chemical lace trim, pink silk sash~

Worth, so beautiful!

Charles Frederick Worth: The Father of Haute Couture

Evening Coat House of Worth 1900 Historicism was a major hallmark of the House of Worth beginning with Charles Frederick Worth’s interest in studying historical costume through museum research. This evening coat readily includes iconography of the.

Evening coat House of Worth, Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1902)

Evening coat House of Worth, Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1902)

Worth evening coat, 1901    From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening coat Design House: House of Worth Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth Date: 1901 Culture: French Medium: silk, fur Accession Number:

1883

Bustle type Cuirass (fitted to thigh with draped fullness to below the back of the knees). Day Dress from Galliera musee de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.

Ivory torchon lace in vertical rows, empire W, tulle neck insert & under-sleeves, trained skirt, B 32", W 21.5", L 60"-68", (light brown front stains, lining shredded, net undersleeves cut) very good.

Bobbin Lace Tea Gown, c. 1906 - Ivory torchon lace in vertical rows, empire W, tulle neck insert & under-sleeves, trained skirt -- Augusta Auctions

Historical Accuracy Reincarnated

The Age of Innocence movie set ca. 1870 CostumeDesign by Gabriella Pescucci from Tirelli Costumi for Michelle Pfeiffer as Ellen, countess Olenska (detail)

Tea GownWorth, 1900The Victoria & Albert Museum

Tea GownWorth, 1900The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

: “ The elaborate and luxurious decoration on this gown characterises fashionable ‘at home’ wear of the late century and early It was worn by the mother of Lady Hoyer Millar.

WORTH TRAJE DE TE 1908

Tea Gown Jean Philippe Worth, 1908 The Museum of the City of New York OMG that dress!

Evening ensemble Design House: Worth and Bobergh Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: 1862–65 Culture: French

Evening ensemble Worth and Bobergh Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: Culture: French Medium: silk

Period: 18th Century - Sack dress Material: Embroidered thai silk, dyed lace, decorative flowers, the marschallin!!

Period: Century - Sack dress Material: Embroidered thai silk, dyed lace, decorative flowers, the marschallin!

Worth Tea Gown      c.1900 From the Chicago History Museum

Charles Frederick Worth Teagown France, c. 1900 Printed white silk gauze, silk chain stitch, white lace Worn by Mrs.

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