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1885 silk walking ensemble.

1885 silk walking ensemble.

Carriage Ensemble 1882 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Carriage Ensemble 1882 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

29" figure, period accurate 1885 visiting dress created & hand sewn by fashion designer John Burbidge: deep red silk satin & velvet bustle skirt & jacket, lace blouse, fringed & tasseled over skirt, includes matching parasol & hat, shoes, undergarments, all excellent. This is one of 75 "ladies" each costumed in a 1860 through 1914 unique ensemble, as seen in the book "Les Petites Dames de Mode" & numerous museum presentations throughout the U.S.

29" figure, period accurate 1885 visiting dress created & hand sewn by fashion designer John Burbidge: deep red silk satin & velvet bustle skirt & jacket, lace blouse, fringed & tasseled over skirt, includes matching parasol & hat, shoes, undergarments, all excellent. This is one of 75 "ladies" each costumed in a 1860 through 1914 unique ensemble, as seen in the book "Les Petites Dames de Mode" & numerous museum presentations throughout the U.S.

Dress Designer: Darlington, Runk & Co. (American) Date: 1880–85 Culture: American Medium: silk

Dress Designer: Darlington, Runk & Co. (American) Date: 1880–85 Culture: American Medium: silk

Adventures of a Costumer: Silk Faille Dress c1887-89

Adventures of a Costumer: Silk Faille Dress c1887-89

Dress, 1880-81, via the Met Museum; Gift of Aline Bernstein, 1937

Dress, 1880-81, via the Met Museum; Gift of Aline Bernstein, 1937

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

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

Dress 1887 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk

Dress 1887 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk

Blue silk crepe and faille dress (side view), by Emile Pingat, French, ca. 1885. "In this exemplary dress, Pingat presents a complex monochromatic scheme with a variety of textiles. The variations in tonality are created through textures of low luster patterned crepe contrasting with the sheen of faille alongside a sense of openness and light in the blue eyelet. All of these combined create an air of sophistication while the simple hint of cream cotton eyelet lends a sense of informality."

Blue silk crepe and faille dress (side view), by Emile Pingat, French, ca. 1885. "In this exemplary dress, Pingat presents a complex monochromatic scheme with a variety of textiles. The variations in tonality are created through textures of low luster patterned crepe contrasting with the sheen of faille alongside a sense of openness and light in the blue eyelet. All of these combined create an air of sophistication while the simple hint of cream cotton eyelet lends a sense of informality."

MET c. 1887

MET c. 1887

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