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Antique wedding gown, circa Ivory silk damask and tulle, with faux pearls applied on bodice. Silk ribbon at waistline.

Moda Eduardiana: La belle epoque (1900s-1910)

wedding dress 1904 Leroux and Co (France), designed by Felix Catalogue # satin, lace; artificial lily-of-the-valley and leaves" Via Fripperies and Fobs

Day dress ca. 1900s. Cotton batiste hand-decoraated with lace. Boned neckline. Bodice buttons in back with fitted waist that fastens with hook & eye closures in the back. lovespyvintage/ebay

Cotton batiste hand-decorated with lace. Bodice buttons in back with fitted waist that fastens with hook & eye closures.

Evening gown, Reville & Rossiter, ca. 1911.

A Reville & Rossiter silver brocaded ice blue satin ball/court gown, circa 1911 jαɢlαdy

1908 Wedding gown: Silk with Brussels lace and silk bow on bodice. Two-tier skirt with scalloped hems. Lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats. Train. (Shirtwaist would never have been worn untucked like this.) Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H. Roland Cooper. Ethel's granddaughter tried to donate it to a museum, but none wanted it! It was auctioned off by Duke's in 2012. Via Daily Mail.

Wedding Gown: silk with Brussels lace, silk bow on bodice, two-tier skirt with scalloped hems, lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats, train. Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H.

Ivory silk bengaline wedding gown, French, 1860. Open V-neck...

Ivory silk bengaline wedding gown, French, Open V-neck boned back lacing bodice with points, short sleeves with lace on net bell, trimmed with bands of satin ribbon & lined in muslin. wide train with applied hem band of Van Dyke.

Victorian Plum Coloured Striped Beaded Velvet and Silk Faille Reception Gown / Dress dated to 1886/1887 Ebay:Madaboutfans

Victorian Plum Colored Striped Beaded Velvet and Silk Faille Reception Gown / Dress. Dated 1886 - 1887

Evening or dinner dress, Mme. Gabrielle, Paris, ca. early 1870s. Mme. Gabrielle, while not as well-known now, was as respected in her day as Charles Worth and other top Parisian designers. Charleston Museum Tumblr

Evening or dinner dress, Mme. Gabrielle, while not as well-known now, was as respected in her day as Charles Worth and other top Parisian designers.

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Cream crinoline gown with blue embroidery, by Norman Hartnell. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II, October Black-and-white photo "Queen Elizabeth in Williamsburg, dated October

Wedding gown ca. early 1900s. Ivory silk with pintucked pleats at shoulders, embroidered down front and at standup collar; peaked cuffs. Pouter pigeon blouson-style bodice edged in silk chiffon. Cummerbund dotted with bows on front and back. Bodice hooks up back. Overskirt embroidered down left hip opening into long pleats. Ruffled cotton underskirt. Dorothea's Closet via The Wayback Machine

early, Wedding gown of ivory silk with pintucked pleats at shoulders, embroidered down front and at standup collar;