YOUNG LADY'S BUSTLE DRESS, 1880's, 1-piece navy silk satin, bodice & bustle skirt trimmed w/ navy & copper striped ribbon | Augusta Auctions

Bustle dress, navy silk satin, bodice & bustle skirt trimmed w/ navy & copper striped ribbon, Augusta Auctions

1860's Scottish tamboured day dress. Exquisite!

Lilac-coloured tamboured muslin day dress from the probably made in Glasgow, Scotland.

Dress c1865-70 Culture: probably French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. William M. Haupt, 1965 Accession Number: C.I.65.23a, b  See other pins for more views.

tabodesign: “ Fantastic (if a bit faded) bustle dress, ca. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

1855 ~ close enough

Two-piece blue silk taffeta dress with black velvet, decorated with black chenille, black wooden beads and black ribbon loop England, circa 1855

Dress, 1865. Purple silk taffeta. Boned bodice closes in front with 7 buttons covered with purple satin. Long sleeves, pleated and gathered front and back. Ruffles at shoulders, wrists and skirt hem.Musée Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

Purple silk taffeta gown from Boned bodice closes in front with 7 buttons covered with purple satin. Long sleeves, pleated and gathered front and back. Ruffles at shoulders, wrists and skirt hem.

Dress ca. 1885    From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

1885 Dress - American - at the Met Museum. Trying to recreate this one, can't wait to finish!

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