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Ivory China Silk Tea Gown, Paris, 1890s, Augusta Auctions, April 8, 2015 NYC, Lot 391
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Silk tea gown, ca. 1885, Liberty & Co. (British, f. London, 1875)
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Silk tea gown, ca. 1885, Liberty & Co. (British, f. London, 1875)

Dress (Tea Gown) Date: 1880s Culture: American Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: C.I.46.63
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Tea gown | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tea gown ca. 1880 From Whitaker Auctions
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Fripperies and Fobs

Tea gown ca. 1880 From Whitaker Auctions

1875 Tea Gown. American. Wool, silk, cotton. metmuseum
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Comfortable Elegance — A 5-Minute Guide to the Tea Gown

1875 Tea Gown. American. Wool, silk, cotton. metmuseum

Embroidered purple velvet robe with train over purple and cream sheers dress. Edwardian tea gown from 1905 by Worth.
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House of Worth | Tea gown | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This was worn by the wife of one of the great American bankers of the 19th century, J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943). It exemplifies the grandeur of Worth clothing among wealthy Americans, who aspired to be associated with European royalty

Split back bustle skirt gown gigot sleeves

Split back bustle skirt gown gigot sleeves

dressing gown 1890 | Tea gown, c1880s-1890s
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The Tea Gown

I sat here for ages trying to come up with a decent tea pun, but none of them were doing it for me, so in the end I admitted defeat and went for the title that does what it says on the tin. This is…

All The Pretty Dresses: Late Victorian Black Silk Tea Gown
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Late Victorian Black Silk Tea Gown

From the seller: ANTIQUE MOURNING GGOWN Label: Daniels & Fisher Denver Description: Black silk floral damask mourning gown from the late 1800s to early 1900s Yellow velveteen collar probably added later Lace wide collar, around the cuffs and in gathered rows down the center front Velvet and lace around the hem Satin sash and big bow in the front Boned inside Large pleat in the center back starts at the top and forms a train...It is large enough for a bustle underneath It has a museum number…

Peignoir c.1878 United States Museum at FIT
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Peignoir c.1878 United States Museum at FIT

Victorian/ Edwardian tea gown. orientalism in fashion
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Victorian/ Edwardian tea gown. orientalism in fashion

Toilette de jour a traine 1878 ~ unusual one piece
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Taupe and dove grey silk tea gown, American, ca. 1890, KSUM 1995.17.3

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Taupe and dove grey silk tea gown, American, ca. 1890, KSUM 1995.17.3

Liberty and Company tea gown c. 1887 - Tea gown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Tea gown

Liberty and Company tea gown c. 1887 - Tea gown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

OMG that dress! : Photo
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OMG that dress!: Photo

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• Woman’s Dress. Made in United States Date: ca. 1876 Medium: Aubergine silk satin with green, peach, brown, and white silk and silk chenille machine embroidery in satin and basket stitches, peach glass beads, metal beads. Source: philamuseum.org
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• Woman’s Dress. Made in United States Date: ca. 1876 Medium: Aubergine silk satin with green, peach, brown, and white silk and silk chenille machine embroidery in satin and basket stitches, peach...