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A great glimpse of period textiles in use. The plain neck would have been dressed up with a removable collar. Silk dress, American, 1850s, Metropolitan Museum of Art

A great glimpse of period textiles in use. The plain neck would have been dressed up with a removable collar. Silk dress, American, 1850s, Metropolitan Museum of Art

1860's Silk Plaid Civil War Dress & Bodice Brown/Gray/Black. Originally created in the 1850's and recreated in the 1860's. Ebay:svpmeow1

1860's Silk Plaid Civil War Dress & Bodice Brown/Gray/Black. Originally created in the 1850's and recreated in the 1860's. Ebay:svpmeow1

16 size RARE in gown Ball English style  Regency Silk EMBROIDERED 1790-1810 Authentic -- from an auction website -- seems to be a remodeled gown to me.

16 size RARE in gown Ball English style Regency Silk EMBROIDERED 1790-1810 Authentic -- from an auction website -- seems to be a remodeled gown to me.

civil war winter hood - ok, so mine isn't this colorful, but I'll add a bow and aspire to this!

civil war winter hood - ok, so mine isn't this colorful, but I'll add a bow and aspire to this!

Wedding Dress, 1858-1863 | Chester County Historical Society WEDDING DRESS, 1858-1863  Ivory organza silk Gift of Eleanor Moore Webster  Eleanor H. Bechtel (1839-1926) married David Moore (1834-1869) of London Grove at Sunnyside, Kimberton by Friends' ceremony on October 20, 1859. This dress shows the restrained Quaker approach to fashionable dress of the time. Ten years later, David died of cholera. After her husband's death, Eleanor returned to Chester County and accepted the position of…

Wedding Dress, 1858-1863 | Chester County Historical Society WEDDING DRESS, 1858-1863 Ivory organza silk Gift of Eleanor Moore Webster Eleanor H. Bechtel (1839-1926) married David Moore (1834-1869) of London Grove at Sunnyside, Kimberton by Friends' ceremony on October 20, 1859. This dress shows the restrained Quaker approach to fashionable dress of the time. Ten years later, David died of cholera. After her husband's death, Eleanor returned to Chester County and accepted the position of…

S290-2 by pseitas, via Flickr. [Probably c. 1865: the skirt has a large, flat box pleat in front.]

S290-2 by pseitas, via Flickr. [Probably c. 1865: the skirt has a large, flat box pleat in front.]

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