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HISTORIA DEL DISEÑO DE INDUMENTARIA Y LOS TEXTILES 2

American Dress, White cotton mull with self-ruching. Purchase, Judith and Ira Sommer Gift, 2002 b).

Dress c.1885 LACMA

Dress c.1885 LACMA

1870 Velvet Afternoon Dress: 2-piece blue-black velvet, apron front & back bodice w/ black silk trim,trained skirt, brown cotton bodice lining

Circa 1870 Velvet Afternoon Dress Consisting of Two-Piece Blue-Black Velvet, Apron Front and Back Bodice with Black Silk Trim, Trained Skirt, and Brown Cotton Bodice Lining.

Blue Velvet Dress from 1875  (The Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Woman's Dress: Bodice, Overskirt, and Underskirt Artist/maker unknown, French. Thomas W. 1875 Brilliant blue velvet, lighter blue silk faille and ecru tatted lace

c. 1870's Trained Pale China Blue Wool Twill Morning Gown with Watteau Back and Two-Tone Embroidery

Antique Dress - Trained Pale China Blue Wool Twill Morning Gown with Watteau Back and Two-Tone Embroidery

Dress  Date: 1877–79 Culture: American Medium: silk

this demonstrates the collapse of the bustle at the end of the the bustle returned with a vengeance in the

Dress  Date: ca. 1870 Culture: American Medium: (a–c) cotton; (d) linen

1870 Culture: American Medium: (a–c) cotton; (d) linen Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 17 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 43 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 40 in. cm) Length at CB (d): 43 in. cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 2002 Accession Number:

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