1865-66 Day Gown

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Day Gown  c. 1865-66  Silk taffeta & pearlized glass buttons  Gift of Anne Stampfer   FIDM Museum Study Collection  S94.661.5A-D    Shawl  c. 1860-70  Silk Chantilly lace  Gift of Yvonne Hummel  FIDM Museum Study Collection  S2010.947.1    Parasol   c.1850-1870  Silk taffeta & wood  Gift of The Napa County Historical Society  FIDM Museum Study Collection  S2009.1001.20

Day Gown Silk taffeta & pearlized glass buttons, gift of Anne Stampfer. Shawl Silk Chantilly lace, gift of Yvonne Hummel. Parasol Silk taffeta & wood, gift of The Napa County Historical Society.

An American-made dress, ca. 1840. This unusual sleeve shape was in vogue from approximately 1837 to 1843

CAROL An American-made dress, ca. This unusual sleeve shape was in vogue from approximately 1837 to 1843

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Fripperies and Fobs Evening dress ca. 1861 From the Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti via Europeana Fashion

Afternoon Dress 1862

American Civil War Dress - Afternoon dress Date: ca. 1862 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, wool Accession Number: b

Two summer gowns, 1850s-60s, comprising: pretty pink and white sprigged muslin gown, late 1850s-early 1860s, with fan pleats of fabric to the front bodice, flounces to upper sleeves and hem, front side fastening with fob pocket; together with another, mid 1860s printed with small blue flowerheads with scraps of matching fabric (2) Provenance: From the collection of the late Mary Wild A.R.C.A, costume designer, historian and collector. http://theebonswan.blogspot.com/

Two summer gowns, comprising: pretty pink and white sprigged muslin gown, late with fan pleats of fabri.

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