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Beautiful Thank you for these.

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pleats please!

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thank you for all this great info DosViolines +)

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this is so beautifull thanxx !!!

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Thank you so much dosviolines for this thread and all those pictures!!!
i'm actually not familiar with fortuny, so I'm glad you started this. very nice dresses and amazing jackets!!!

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My pleasure everyone

The Delphos gown was featured in:

Magical History Tour
Ph: Craig McDean
Styled by Kate Phelan
UK Vogue December 2006 : 90 Yrs Commemorative Issue
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i just bought that mag!!! and his tea gowns are gorgeous!!!

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Fortuny Silk Velvet Stenciled Coat
Italian, 1920s
Copper printed on dark chocolate in a double-branch pattern based on a 15th century Venetian design, moss stenciled rouleau trim along all edges and on tabs at sleeve ends, camel silk faille lining, labeled: Mariano Fortuny/Venise.
Excellent condition, fractured lining at neck with protective tab added contemporaneously.
For textile see Deschodt and Poli, Fortuny, p.144.


The property of Mary Ann Restivo

Estimate $5,000-7,000


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Fortuny Gold Stenciled Black Velvet Coat
Italian, 1920s
With motifs based on 14th century Lucca textile, the three-quarter wrap coat with self button and loop closure at low left front, moss green and silver velvet piped edging and detail at dolman sleeve ends, black velvet faux button at each side front neckline and pleated copper grosgrain at back interior neckline, terra cotta silk faille lining, interior black velvet and copper grosgrain interior pocket, size M, silk faille circular label: Mariano Fortuny/Venise.
Excellent condition, interior grosgrain at neckline torn at center, loose stitching.

Estimate $7,000-9,000


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Fortuny Stenciled Velvet Aba
Italian, 1920s
Pale gold and bronze tinted silver based on an Italian 15th century thistle and pomegranate design, beige silk faille lining, one size, labeled: Mariano Fortuny/Venise.
Very good condition, lining fracturing at neckline, hem lengthened.

Estimate $5,000-7,000


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gorgeous !!!

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Vintagetextile.com has posted a new Delphos gown that resembles the one from post #25

They used the same discription as post #28
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i would love to get my hands on that dress!

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beautifull dress breathe taking

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Fortuny silk velvet three-quarter coat hand stenciled with Renaissance-style motifs, c.1920. Label: "Mariano Fortuny/Venise."


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