Robe à la Piémontaise: ca. 1770-1790, heavily-embroidered silk taffeta. Search for 11957.
Breathtaking hand-embroidered mull dress with whitework embroidery and a rare train. It is also a near-perfect embodiment of the Neoclassical style. (1800-1810)
Elaborate Embroidery fabric for men waist coat, 18th c
Embroidered corded silk wedding dress made after a Paquin, Lalanne et Cie Paris model by Stern Brothers, New York, 1890. Worn by Cara Leland...
Edwardian ecru satin and lace wedding gown, liberally adorned with wax orange blossoms. The long sleeves are sheer tulle (edged at the wrists with ruffled & appliqued lace) which flow out from under the capped over sleeve. The lace cascades down the length of the skirt in elegant layers.
This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the 19th century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early 19th-century styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.
Cover Artist magnus creative - The Captive Maiden (YA Romance Fairy Tales, #4) by Melanie Dickerson.
Frances Cleveland’s Skirt and Bodices "The original floral chine skirt and peach velvet bodice were probably made around 1895 by the House of Doucet of Paris. The floral bodice was created later from fabric taken out of the skirt. Baltimore dressmaker Lottie M. Barton made the green velvet bodice."