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Wedding gown, Worth, 1878. Boned bodice with deep center front busk point and basque tails. Under sleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered w/pearl appliqués. To create slashed effect, satin bands applied over pearls. Self-fabric strips sewn over bands to simulate knots. Ivory satin cockades at elbows. Plain weave silk backing. Skirt front backed with silk taffeta. Two layers of self fabric used to create bustle. Via Museum of the City of New York.

Свадебные платья из бабушкиных сундуков

Wedding gown, Worth, 1878. Boned bodice with deep center front busk point and basque tails. Under sleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered w/pearl appliqués. To create slashed effect, satin bands applied over pearls. Self-fabric strips sewn over bands to simulate knots. Ivory satin cockades at elbows. Plain weave silk backing. Skirt front backed with silk taffeta. Two layers of self fabric used to create bustle. Via Museum of the City of New York.

Casket | French | The Met

Casket | French | The Met

Triptico en marfil ca. 1320  Museo Victoria y Alberto  Londres

Triptico en marfil ca. 1320 Museo Victoria y Alberto Londres

1887 Wedding dress, Australia: Ivory silk faille, machine Valenciennes-style lace, faux pearls, and white glass beads. Fitted, boned bodice has off-shoulder neckline and very short sleeveband. Lace gathered in front to form collar. Beads applied in front to make “stomacher.” Pleated sash ties in front. Full, gathered skirt with bustle, overlaid with beaded lace, and medallions. Pearl and bead tassle trim. Skirt lined with cream buckram. Sleeves separate from bodice. Via Powerhouse Museum.

1887 Wedding dress, Australia: Ivory silk faille, machine Valenciennes-style lace, faux pearls, and white glass beads. Fitted, boned bodice has off-shoulder neckline and very short sleeveband. Lace gathered in front to form collar. Beads applied in front to make “stomacher.” Pleated sash ties in front. Full, gathered skirt with bustle, overlaid with beaded lace, and medallions. Pearl and bead tassle trim. Skirt lined with cream buckram. Sleeves separate from bodice. Via Powerhouse Museum.

Viking object in Spain (looks like netsuke to me...)

Viking object in Spain (looks like netsuke to me...)

Lekythos, ca. 480 b.c.; red–figure Attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, Attic ~ The aulos, commonly mistaken as a flute, was more akin to the oboe or clarinet, as the reed mouthpiece was inserted into a cylindrical pipe. The instrument was constructed of two such pipes, made of reed, wood, bone, or ivory, that were played simultaneously

Lekythos, ca. 480 b.c.; red–figure Attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, Attic ~ The aulos, commonly mistaken as a flute, was more akin to the oboe or clarinet, as the reed mouthpiece was inserted into a cylindrical pipe. The instrument was constructed of two such pipes, made of reed, wood, bone, or ivory, that were played simultaneously

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