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Dress, wool, silk, velvet, glass beads, tulle, and lace, labelled "Worth", mid-late 1890s, founder's collection

Mid-to-late Worth dress of wool, silk, velvet, glass beads, tulle & lace / Fashion History Museum

Ball Gown, by Worth, c. 1905, at the Museum of the City of New York

1905 House of Worth Ball Gown Pale blue velvet; metallic lace with intertwined chenille yarn; silk rose garland Museum of the City of New York

Wedding dress, 1874 From the Hillwood Estate

Ella Letitia Merriweather (American, wore this two-piece dress of grey silk taffeta for her marriage to C. (Charles William) Post (American, on November

Woman’s Two-Piece Dress, circa 1900  Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body; Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body, Ribbed silk jacket and skirt with velvet and lace trim; silk georgette dickey with shell embroidery, lace, and satin trim,

Woman's Two-Piece Dress by Pierce, United States, circa 1900 Ribbed silk jacket and skirt with velvet and lace trim; silk georgette dickey with shell embroidery, lace, and satin trim

Evening dress, by G. Giuseffi Ladies' Tailoring Company, American, 1908-15. Silk voided velvet, silk net, lace, silk chiffon, glass beads, rhinestones, mother-of-pearl bugle beads, fur. Images courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Evening dress, by G. Giuseffi Ladies' Tailoring Company, American, 1908-15. Silk voided velvet, silk net, lace, silk chiffon, glass beads, rhinestones, mother-of-pearl bugle beads, fur. Images courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

1905 COAT

France, Paris Woman’s Coat, circa 1905 Costume/clothing outerwear, Wool broadcloth and silk appliqué, Coat center back length: 58 in.

Dress: 1900, printed silk taffeta.

Full length cream dress with an all-over floral print and large puff sleeves Number: BATMC Material(s): silk Technique(s): woven (taffeta) and printed Creation date: 1900 Display status: Available to view by appointment

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