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Ephemeral Elegance | Embroidered Muslin Dress, ca. 1795 via DHM

dress - 1795 Country of origin: Great Britain and Northern Ireland Cotton, silver embroidery German Historical Museum - DHM

A House of Worth (Edwardian) gown of silk with silver and gold thread and bullion work.

The House of Worth designed this opulent embroidered gown ca. for Lady Curzon, the Vicereine of India. Courtesy Fashion Museum, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council. Discovered this on display at Yale.

Robe a l’anglaise ca. 1785-93 From the Philadelphia Museum...

Woman's Dress (Robe à l'anglaise) with Zone Front c. Indian export fine cotton plain weave with silver foil embroidery in stem and satin stitches; sized fine cotton plain weave Center back length: 61 inches cm) Waist: 22 inches cm)

This regency wedding dress from Princess Charlotte is simply stunning with its attention to beading detail and the use of silver threading :) JOY!

Princess Charlotte of Wales' wedding dress, June Prior to Queen Victoria, royal brides traditionally wore silver. Queen Victoria chose a white dress to show off the white lace she wanted to include, which Prince Albert liked

Villa Rosemaine

Amazing polychrome embroidered cotton gauze skirt from the french Empire period, consisting in two never used panels.

Evening Dress  1821  The Bowes Museum

Party Scene - Regency Era - white & blue Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin, c. via The Bowes Museum

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