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Spangled and Metallic Embroidered Hungarian Court Dress, 1867 Worn by Countess György Majláth to a coronation

ephemeral-elegance: “Spangled and Metallic Embroidered Hungarian Court Dress, 1867 Worn by Countess György Majláth to a coronation ”

Back of a wedding dress, veil, and train, Hungary, 1875-1900.

ca Hungarian court dress, pink satin, lace. embroidery, beading (back) From the Museum of Applied Arts

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Skirt - presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Dersffy, ca. Hungary, Italy, cut-pile velvet, raised embroidery of gilt silver thread; embroidered in silk thread

Reproduction in museum of Habsburg empress Elizabeth's Hungarian coronation dress by Worth. I usually don't have any desire to replicate Civil War era gowns but the combination of the creamy white and the lace and the black on the bodice is just beautiful.

Replica of Sisi& Hungarian coronation gown by Charles Frederick Worth (Sisi Museum at the Imperial Apartments Hofburg Palace, Wien)

1800's Dress

1898 ~ House of Worth: Ball Gown (front) ~ Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth ~ silk, rhinestones, metal ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Living in the House of Worth

Living in the House of Worth

LACMA Period Garment: France - Woman’s Dress - ca. 1865 - Silk plain weave (taffeta) with printed warp, moiré finish.

Hungarian court dress, velvet, embroidery, gold metallic thread (early 20th century). From the Museum of Applied Arts

Hungarian Court Dress, Early Century -- Velvet, embroidery & gold metallic thread -- Belonging to the Museum of Applied Arts

Court Dress Worn by the Princess d’Eckmühl, wife of Marshal Davout, to the Wedding of Marie Louise & Napoleon  c.1810  Via (X)

1810 - Court Dress Worn by the Princess d’Eckmühl, wife of Marshal Davout, to the Wedding of Marie Louise & Napoleon Bonaparte

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