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Картинки по запросу платье 19 век траурное

1865 French Silk evening dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - If you click the pin, you will see that this is actually an example of a transformation dress. Such a dress was made up of three pieces: a skirt, a day bodice and an evening bodi

Fashions by the House of Worth (1870s)

Gown, Emile Pingat, Cream silk brocade, lace, gold and yellow satin. Worn by Mrs. This gown is one of more than 60 couture pieces featured in the exhibition Chic Chicago: Couture Treasures from the Chicago History Museum.

Court dress (by Piero Tosi), tiara and amethyst set, from the movie "Ludwig" (1972). Worn by Izabella Telezynska in the role of the "Queen Mother" for the scene depicting Ludwig II of Bavaria's 1864 coronation. Photos courtesy of la_gatta_ciara on LiveJournal.

Court dress (by Piero Tosi), tiara and amethyst set, from the movie "Ludwig" Worn by Izabella Telezynska in the role of the "Queen Mother" for the scene depicting Ludwig II of Bavaria's 1864 coronation. Photos courtesy of la_gatta_ciara on LiveJournal.

Платья из будапештского Музея прикладных искусств - Платье, по всей вероятности, из гардероба Урсулы (Оршойи) Эстерхази, середина XVII века.

This is the renaissance dress I want! Skirt and bodice from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy, mid c. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

Evening dress Designer: Herbert Luey (American, Northfield, Massachusetts 1860–1916 Brooklyn) Date: ca. 1890 Culture: American Medium: silk, linen

Evening dress Culture: American Medium: silk, linen Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 46 in. Length at CB (b): 20 in. Accession Number: b For front, see other pin.

PEACOCK PRINT EVENING GOWN, c. 1910  Peacock tail printed silk chiffon w/ embroidered & beaded peacock on bodice.

Technically not Victorian, it's Edwardian but too pretty not to post! PEACOCK PRINT EVENING GOWN, c. 1910 Peacock tail printed silk chiffon w/ embroidered & beaded peacock on bodice.

reproduction dress based on an 1845 ball gown

American (Civil War Era) - why don't we wear these kind of dresses today? They're so much prettier and more flattering than clothes today. ^--- and pretty in Belle colors

Wedding Dress, Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936) for the House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956): 1910, French, silk, cotton, beads. Marking: Woven in pink on ivory petersham: "Paquin/Paris/ 3. Rue de la Paix/London/ 39, Dover Street" Handwritten on back of petersham: "M. Constable/blanc"

Wedding ensemble Design House: House of Paquin (French, Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, Date: 1910 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, beads Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 13 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 48 in.

Sooooo elegant

Belle Époque Summer Gown - - Cream silk chiffon w/ pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors - Brooklyn Museum - Augusta Auctions

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