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Bustle Gown Ensemble with Straw Bonnet: ca. 1882-1883, silk taffeta, silk fringe, bonnet with satin ribbons, lace and silk ties.

Bustle Gown Ensemble with Straw Bonnet: ca. silk taffeta, silk fringe, bonnet with satin ribbons, lace and silk ties.

This is for my walk in Lovers Lane with Anne and Diana.  Day dress, 1875

whenasinsilks: “ Dress, silk taffeta trimmed with silk ribbon and fringe, date given as attrib. Kent State University Museum accession no.

1883 Plum silk taffeta two-piece wedding dress. It was worn by Mrs. James F. Condon for her marriage on April 27, 1883.  Via Charleston Museum, flickr.

Plum silk taffeta two-piece dress, This stylish outfit has a second bodice, with plaid velvet lapels and cuffs, a feature that would extend the usefulness of this dress. Condon for her marriage on April The Charleston Museum

Grey silk taffeta and velvet ensemble (back view), 1868-70. Ensemble consisting of a bodice, skirt and sleeveless jacket. Said to have been worn by a "city merchant's wife".

Bustle dress ensemble worn at a wedding in Made of blue silk and velvet. Artist/Photographer/Maker Unknown Date 1884 AD - 1885 AD

1883 front - Dress in three pieces (bodice, tablier and skirt) in silk taffeta with golden yellow striped green. ____ The bodice is closed at the front with 11 pearl buttons and 2 slightly different, and stiffened by 4 slats on the front. Waist bodice of about 60 cm. ____ (translated from Italian by Google)

Dress of 1883 consists of three pieces (bodice, skirt and tablier) taffeta yellow gold with green stripes.

Dress,  c.1880   (by UConn Today)

Cranberry brocade bodice and maroon silk taffeta skirt, 1974 gift from Mrs. Fitch Cheney to the University of Connecticut Historical Clothing and Textile Collection. (William Benton Museum of Art - Press Images)"

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