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FIGURED SILK GOWN, c. 1840. Olive-gold with vertical dotted stripe alternating with domino and foliate devices, the princess bodice ruched at shoulder and center front point creating fullness at the bust and at top and bottom of long, full sleeve, skirt with gentle pleats at set in waist, self piping, single tuck at hem, bodice and hem band lined in natural linen. B-31, W-22, L-51.

FIGURED SILK GOWN, c. Olive-gold with vertical dotted stripe alternating with domino and foliate devices, the princess bodice ruched a.

so romantic . . . Dress and Mantle, c. 1840s.

Early Victorian Dress Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk, trimmed with silk braid, lined with cotton, hand-sewn

BLUE & BROWN WOOL DRESS & PELERINE, 1840s  Go Back        Lot: 28      November, 2007 -Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection      New Hope, PA    Fine cream wool tabby, printed with stripes of blue and beige with interlacing scrolls, trimmed with cream braid on self fabric bands, piped collarless neckline, fitted bodice, center front point at waist, piped seams, panel curving from waist point outward to shoulders, fitted sleeves with bands of fabric above elbows, bodice boned and lined…

___ Day Dress & Pelerine ___ Printed Wool ___ from The Tasha Tudor Collection at 2012 Whitaker Auction

Day Dress: ca. 1870, silk, metal. Terrific blue color.

Day dress, womens, silk/metal, place of manufacture unknown,

Orig Victorian Museum 1830 19th C Silk Gigot; eBay seller bydenise; from Samuel Heim estate, Berks co., PA, worn by his grandmother in 1831 as a wedding dress; homespun linen bodice piped at neck, armscyes, sleeves, waist & center; back hook & eye closure; unlined skirt, box pleated, wide brown buckram cotton lining at hem; something like cotton batting at bottom of hem; silk; bust: 30"; waist: 23" skirt length: 40"

Orig Victorian Museum 1830 19th C Silk Gigot; eBay seller bydenise; from Samuel Heim estate, Berks co., PA, worn by his grandmother in 1831 as a wedding dress; homespun linen bodice piped at neck, armscyes, sleeves, waist & center; back hook & eye closure; unlined skirt, box pleated, wide brown buckram cotton lining at hem; something like cotton batting at bottom of hem; silk; bust: 30"; waist: 23" skirt length: 40"

Day dress ca. 1840’s

one piece gown, the fabric sky blue and tan check, the dropped shoulders and deep pointed bodice embellished with cream silk fringe, the full skirts tiered

A beautiful dress and matching pelerine dating to 1843, but made of recycled late-18th century material.

Dress consists of skirt, bodice with short sleeves, and cape. The set is completed by a pair of extra long sleeves. The second pair of sleeves could serve, along with the cape, to make the bodice evening suitable for a cold day.

1840 American (Massachusetts) Dress at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

America - Woman's dress ensemble with waistband sleeves - Silk satin with warp stripes, cotton and linen lining, cotton plain weave ties, baleen boning, and metal hook and eye closure

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