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Classic Velvet Burnout Designer Silk Fabric 5593 Printed Silk Fabric

Classic Velvet Burnout Designer Silk Fabric 5593 Printed Silk Fabric

1920's Beaded Sheath Dress with Tromp L'oeil Detailing : France.   This 1920's dress is a magnificent example of Art Deco wearable textile art. Fine black cotton fabric has allover adornment of black and silver sequins and glass beads. http://fashion.1stdibs.com/avl_item_detail.php?id=56713

1920's Beaded Sheath Dress with Tromp L'oeil Detailing

Beaded Sheath Dress with Tromp L'oeil Detailing, France. This dress is a magnificent example of Art Deco wearable textile art. Fine black cotton fabric has allover adornment of black & silver sequins & glass beads.

Dress and coat, Molyneux, ca. 1920s. Silk velvet with matching applied raised flower heads from some fabric amongst beaded foliage worked in diamante, bugle beads & faux pearls. Sleeveless dress decorated at dropped waist, with asymmetric hem. Coat trimmed in fur at cuffs and lined in cream silk satin crepe, with satin collar that has been reworked at some point. Bonham's

Dress and coat, Molyneux, ca. Silk velvet with matching applied raised flower heads from some fabric amongst beaded foliage worked in diamante, bugle beads & faux pearls. Sleeveless dress decorated at dropped waist, with asymmetric hem.

Mariano Fortuny 1920s

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Vintage Fashion: Dress / iron gate-work / Love this, reminds me of a costume from the Ballet Russes

1920's Beaded Silk Net Art Deco Gown ~ http://fashion.1stdibs.com/avl_item_detail.php?id=55636

gown features a fantastic allover hand-beaded design complete with swirling flourishes, geometric flowers and panels of ornamental embellishment in jet and crystal seed beads. Sleeveless dress is slit up the sides for easy movement.

"1920′s Fashion – Illustrated 1928 dress guide for an average girl.": "Cloche Hats - 1920s fashion - Color matching," "There used to be a standard color table. Blondes wore blue or pink, brunettes wore brown or yellows. So much so that by observing her gown you could forecast the color of her complexion. Today we know better."

famous cloche hat, embroided, scarves, jeweled brooches,different styles of ribbons affix to hats

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Covetable Convertible - Art Deco Jewels

George Barbier: Le jugement de Paris A jewel among fashion, dont you just love that image? The three graces of century.

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