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Past Patterns: 1850-1860's Patterns

Past Patterns: 1850-1860's Patterns

Dawn  Object: Design for a fancy-dress costume  Place of origin: Paris, France (made)  Date: 1860s (made)  Artist/Maker: Léon Sault (designer)  Charles Frederick Worth, born 1825 - died 1895 (possibly, designed for)  Materials and Techniques: watercolour and pencil drawing  Credit Line: Given by the House of Worth  Museum number: E.22049-1957


Design for a fancy-dress costume - Dawn Material: pencil, watercolour Technique: watercolour drawing Name: Léon Sault, Charles .

Evening dress (image 3) | House of Worth | French | 1893-95 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.54.4.1a–c

Evening dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: Culture: French Medium: silk

CALLOT SOEUR GOWN, 1890-1910 by gladys

CALLOT SOEUR GOWN, PARIS, "Callot Soeurs Paris" C "fancy dress" of green silk taffeta w/ small floral brocade, bodice w/ silver lace & chiffon top (alterations)


Flower Basket, (made). This design was created by Jules Helleu or Léon Sault, possibly for Charles Frederick Worth to represent an up-ended flower basket.

Day dress, 1850’s  Ok. That waist is just crazy!

Day dress in bright blue on a white ground, low-cut neck and long, wide sleeves with ruffles, three ruffles on the skirt.