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Dress, Germany, ca. 1866. Silk taffeta. Three pieces—skirt, day bodice, and evening bodice. Photo: Marion Mennicken/Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln. Museum of Applied Art, Cologne, via Kulturelles Erbe Koeln

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1912 Zwei Gesellschaftskleider | Lenning, Gertrud

vier Abend- und Gesellschaftskleider<br/> Modezeichnung für die "BZ am Mittag", 15. Januar 1921

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The Laced Angel: The Lattice Gown, Part 1 (Her stunning gown is inspired by an 1862 Danish fashion plate - the completed ensemble is spot on!)

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Coat, 1820s - sometimes called a Garrick or coachman's coat - love the many capes This particular garment was made for a WOMAN! INFOl View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30 ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Description View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30, designed for a female wearer but apparently derived from a coachman's coat. From the Snowshill Collection at Berrington Hall. -- THIS PHOTO FROM http://www.ntprints.com/image/347004/view-of-a-wool-caped-coat-c-1820-30

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Circa 1855 dress via the National Swiss Museum. Great sleeves!

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Victorian gown reproduction from 1873, silk and beetle wing embroidery. Costume made by Angela Mombers, picture by Henk van Rijssen

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1862-1864 dress. Purchase from Mrs. Charles Stirling Whiteside, © McCord Museum.

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From the Met Museum, these are exquisite! From c.1858! Love the tea bodice in the back, and this green silk creation in the front is breathtaking!

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