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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 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

Delphos by Fortuny, pleated silk dress with stenciled waistband and diaphanous over tunic

Mariano Fortuny’s Delphos dress . His dresses were considered status symbols during the and and remain rare, expensive and collectable items today.

Pleated silk Delphos dress, possibly c. 1918, by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum

Pleated silk Delphos dress, possibly c. by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum (Fortuny and so close to can see the evolution into the new styles coming in just a few years.

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Mariano Fortuny (Spain, ~ Coat ~ Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until He was the son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal.

Mariano Fortuny and his Knossos Scarf  (Vogue Magazine, 1912)

Mariano Fortuny and his Knossos Scarf (Vogue Magazine,

Evening dress Fortuny  (Italian, founded 1906)  Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice) Date: 1931 Culture: Italian Medium: silk. Back

of 3 photos) Evening dress Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date: 1931 Culture: Italian Medium: silk. Back

'Delphos' dress | Mariano Fortuny | Italy | 1919-1920 | silk taffeta, beads | Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris | Museum #: GAL1969.39.1 A

From designer Mariano Fortuny. Dating roughly from Made from grey silk taffeta gold-printed taffeta. Found at the Palais Galliera.

Green silk banyon circa 1760

Mens banyan, ca 1760 England (ca silk), Cora Ginsburg. A banyan was a comfortable, warm, semi-fitted coat worn by fashionable men at home. They were inspired by coats worn in India which must have caught the interest of European traders.

Acquired Objects: Fortuny Final: Silk Velvet

I would remove the bottom length. ~Fortuny Delphos pleated dress w/ burnout velvet over piece -- Acquired Objects: Fortuny Final: Silk Velvet~

FORTUNY STENCILED VELVET GOWN, EARLY 20th C. Short sleeve black silk velvet with V-neck and back, front lacing with silk cord, slightly gathered at either side of bust into a pair of Murano glass beads, waistline shaped by silk cord strung at sides and back through glass beads, gold stenciling in large scale foliate design. The stenciling is from a design in Jacopo Bellini's sketchbook of  15th century Italian Renaissance textile designs. Back

FORTUNY STENCILED VELVET GOWN, EARLY 20th C. Short sleeve black silk velvet with V-neck and back, front lacing with silk cord, slightly gathered at either side of bust into a pair of Murano glass beads, waistline shaped by silk cord strung at sides and back through glass beads, gold stenciling in large scale foliate design. The stenciling is from a design in Jacopo Bellini's sketchbook of 15th century Italian Renaissance textile designs. Back

“Delphos” evening dress by Fortuny, 1930’s Click for a giant image. The fabric on these Delphos gowns is gorgeous.

FORTUNY COPPER DELPHOS GOWN and STENCILED BELT, 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

Dresses by Callot Soeurs feature long fluid versions of the vestigial sleeves seen on Ottoman coats. The Callots are more widely known for their Chinoiserie, but their Persian-Turkish styles often share the same sense of Chinese color

Ensemble, Evening Callot Soeurs (French, active Date: 192526 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Isabel Shults, 1944 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

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Fortuny stenciled silk gauze wrap, over Delphos gown. Mariano Fortuny created his stenciled silk gauze wraps to add ornamentation to the plain pleated Delphos gowns.

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