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Mariano Fortuny dove-grey Delphos gown, circa 1930, printed with maker to the inner selvedge, the armholes and side seams edged in clear Murano glass beads, the satin belt stencilled with silver vines

Mariano Fortuny dove-grey Delphos gown, circa 1930, printed with maker to the inner selvedge, the armholes and side seams edged in clear Murano glass beads, the satin belt stencilled with silver vines

Fortunay Delphos dress and velvet coat, 1920-30s.

Fortunay Delphos dress and velvet coat, 1920-30s.

1920s green silk Fortuny gown with tunic styling.

1920s green silk Fortuny gown with tunic styling.

Dress  Fortuny  (Italian, founded 1906)  Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) Date: ca. 1932

Dress Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) Date: ca. 1932

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Stenciled velvet neoclassical gown, Fortuny, early 20th century. Pink & pomegranate mottled velvet stenciled with Medieval-style pattern in gold. Underside inset with pleated raspberry silk held with series of Murano glass beads & silk cord loops continuing down sides to hem. Pleats angled into square-edged train. Whitaker Auctions

Stenciled velvet neoclassical gown, Fortuny, early 20th century. Pink & pomegranate mottled velvet stenciled with Medieval-style pattern in gold. Underside inset with pleated raspberry silk held with series of Murano glass beads & silk cord loops continuing down sides to hem. Pleats angled into square-edged train. Whitaker Auctions

Dress, early 20th century, Mariano Fortuny  Delphos or Greek-style dresses, early 20th century. Designed by Mariano Fortuny, this style of dress was introduced in Venice around 1907 and became the height of fashion. He was noted for perfecting a technique of pleating sheer silk and for his use of natural dyes. The gold gown has Venetian glass beads on the neckline drawstring and the pink one has beads on the long sleeves. They were both worn by Ethel Sanford (1873-1924).

Dress, early 20th century, Mariano Fortuny Delphos or Greek-style dresses, early 20th century. Designed by Mariano Fortuny, this style of dress was introduced in Venice around 1907 and became the height of fashion. He was noted for perfecting a technique of pleating sheer silk and for his use of natural dyes. The gold gown has Venetian glass beads on the neckline drawstring and the pink one has beads on the long sleeves. They were both worn by Ethel Sanford (1873-1924).

FORTUNY COPPER DELPHOS GOWN and STENCILED BELT, 1930s. Sleeveless pleated silk having fixed neckline, the side seams decorated with silk cord and striped Murano glass beads, twisted silk belt stenciled in silver ginko leaves, selvedge stamped Made in Italy Fabrique en Italie Fortuny depose. With orignal Elsie McNeill, Inc. square box. L-61 to 65 center back, Belt 2 x 27, can be adjusted.

FORTUNY COPPER DELPHOS GOWN and STENCILED BELT, 1930s. Sleeveless pleated silk having fixed neckline, the side seams decorated with silk cord and striped Murano glass beads, twisted silk belt stenciled in silver ginko leaves, selvedge stamped Made in Italy Fabrique en Italie Fortuny depose. With orignal Elsie McNeill, Inc. square box. L-61 to 65 center back, Belt 2 x 27, can be adjusted.

A fine and rare Mariano Fortuny stencilled velvet gown, early 20th century, `labelled Mariano Fortuny, Venise', the soft blue velvet ground stencilled in gold with Medieval style patterns, the sides inset with pleated silk and laced with silk cords and fastened with Murano glass beads

A fine and rare Mariano Fortuny stencilled velvet gown, early 20th century, `labelled Mariano Fortuny, Venise', the soft blue velvet ground stencilled in gold with Medieval style patterns, the sides inset with pleated silk and laced with silk cords and fastened with Murano glass beads

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