Evening dress, 1914, of buttermilk-colored silk satin. Knife-pleated skirt and Magyar-sleeved bodice with deep peplum of ivory silk lace. Bead-embroidered panels in front and back of bodice. Brightwells

1914 Evening dress of buttermilk-colored silk satin. Knife-pleated skirt and Magyar-sleeved bodice with deep peplum of ivory silk lace. Bead-embroidered panels in front and back of bodice.

1898 pink and gold dress for Maria Feodorovna of moiré with a woven silk pattern, chiffon and lace by Worth (Hermitage)

1898 pink and gold dress for Maria Feodorovna of moiré with a woven silk pattern, chiffon and lace by Worth (Hermitage)

1912 fashion | Titanic fashion, 1912 « ...if he did like her, he should have her...

Titanic fashion, 1912

Designer: (attributed) Jean-Charles Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, rhinestones

Ball Gowns (image 7) | 1912-1916 | satin brocade, silk charmeuse, sequins, Brussels lace | Augusta Auctions | April 20, 2016/Lot 193

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1932 Coco Chanel Dress

Vintage Chanel Sequin Dress - 1932 - by House of Chanel - Design by Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel - Machine- and hand-sewn blue tulle and sequins -

Two-piece dress, ca. 1912, cream lace over pale blue silk. Bodice and overskirt have cutwork, embroidery, and lace insertion, trimmed in silk. Skirt has row of faux silk buttons in front. Slightly longer length in back.

Spring 2009 - whitakerauction

1912 LACE OVER SATIN GOWN, Two-piece pale blue silk and cream lace: The bodice and overskirt with cutwork, embroidery and lace insertion, trimmed in silk. Skirt has row of silk faux buttons in front, slightly longer length in back.

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