c. mid 1700's Gorgeous Brocade Fabric Ballgown possibly redesigned in 1840's with Additional Original Sleeves!

[Gown, fabric, apparently older. mid Gorgeous Brocade Fabric Ballgown possibly redesigned in with Additional Original Sleeves!

1900 Ball Gowns | Worth Ball Gown c.1900 (Back View) The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Haute Couture ball gown by Charles Frederick Worth circa from Made in silk, lace, trim, embroidered embroidery with metallic thread, sequin paillette and glass beads. House of Worth.

Ball Gown    Jean-Philippe Worth, 1898    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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

bridesmaid’s dress by House of Worth, 1896.

Evening ensemble Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1893 Culture: French

Raudnitz & Co. evening dress, 1897 From the Musee Galliera.

Lavender silk and cream lace (beaded) evening gown by House of Clergeat, circa Les Arts Décoratifs (Paris, France).

House of Worth, Evening Gown of Gold-Voided Velvet, Trimmed with Diamante and Machine Lace. Paris, c. 1905.

House of Worth, Evening Gown of Gold-Voided Velvet, Trimmed with Diamante and Machine Lace. go bold - sapphires!

Timeline: France, 1800-1900 A.D. Essay: Charles Frederick Worth (1826-1895) and The House of Worth Costume in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Dress, Evening House of Worth (French, 1858–1956)

Dress, Evening House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length (a): 17 in. cm) Length at CF (b): 42 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976 Accession Number: b

Afternoon dress: 1888--Charles Frederick Worth This is a prime example of the bustle skirt, which came back in the 1880s largely due to Worth's influence in fashion and his desire to stimulate the silk manufacturing industry in France. This dress is an example of the Worth design aesthetic of using celestial motifs. The selvedge edges were exposed and used as a decorative device, a practice that continued through the 1910s

Afternoon Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1888 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Worth dresses are my favorites.

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