Mid-Victorian Silk Jacquard Gown Circa 1860's

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About

1860's two-piece gown from the Mid-Victorian Era. Iridescent scarlet silk jacquard. Bodice has pagoda sleeves, drop shoulder, and a deep, squared neckline. Off-white net engageantes are sewn in sleeve and have over-embroidered ruffled cuff. Bodice is trimmed with black and deep red crimped fringe. Full tiered skirt has an interior side pocket and center back closure. Both pieces are lined. Entirely stitched by hand.



Measurements-



Bodice



Bust: 34"

Waist: 27"

Across Shoulders: 19" (drop shoulder)

Sleeve Length: 22"

Center Back: 23 1/2" (including fringe)

Center Front: 13" (including fringe)



Skirt



Waist: 27 1/2"

Hips: Open

Center Back Length: 45"

Hem Circumference: 116 1/2"
Details
Period
Late 19th Century
Condition
Very good- parts of the lining in the bodice are shredding. Additionally there is color loss in the fabric in the underarm area, on one of the sleeves, and in some small areas on the skirt. Waistband on skirt has been replaced.
Dealer Location
Los Angeles, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
AU110419169236
About The Seller
Address
Regeneration
6109 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90038
US
(323) 688-3652
1stdibs Dealer since 2010 Located in Los Angeles, CA