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Dress: ca. 1895-1900, English, silk, cotton, glass, metal. OPEN FASHION ID 23320...die Superkalifragelistik Nanny lässt grüßen...der Geist der Zeit

Dress: ca. 1895-1900, English, silk, cotton, glass, metal. OPEN FASHION ID 23320...die Superkalifragelistik Nanny lässt grüßen...der Geist der Zeit

1908 Wedding gown: Silk with Brussels lace and silk bow on bodice. Two-tier skirt with scalloped hems. Lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats. Train. (Shirtwaist would never have been worn untucked like this.) Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H. Roland Cooper. Ethel's granddaughter tried to donate it to a museum, but none wanted it! It was auctioned off by Duke's in 2012. Via Daily Mail.

1908 Wedding gown: Silk with Brussels lace and silk bow on bodice. Two-tier skirt with scalloped hems. Lined in satin with a border of tight concertina pleats. Train. (Shirtwaist would never have been worn untucked like this.) Worn by Ethel Dalziel for her marriage to H. Roland Cooper. Ethel's granddaughter tried to donate it to a museum, but none wanted it! It was auctioned off by Duke's in 2012. Via Daily Mail.

Wedding dress, England, 1865, worn at the wedding of Eliza Penelope Clay and Joseph Bright, St James's Church, Piccadilly, London, 16 February 1865, silk-satin dress trimmed with Honiton appliqué lace, machine-net and bobbin lace. Museum no. T.43-1947, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Wedding dress, England, 1865, worn at the wedding of Eliza Penelope Clay and Joseph Bright, St James's Church, Piccadilly, London, 16 February 1865, silk-satin dress trimmed with Honiton appliqué lace, machine-net and bobbin lace. Museum no. T.43-1947, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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