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looks beautiful....and i see the dries thing although yes Lena i guess its just the era.

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Only the dress on the right is Callot Soeurs (c. 1908). The white gown on the left is Paquin (c. 1911), and the one in the middle is John Redfern (c. 1908).



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1911 Black silk charmeuse, chiffon and lace; lace fabric hanging from shoulder; silk satin belt; fake jet ornamentation.


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1930s Evening gown of heavy black satin. Wonderful pleated sleeves and a white inset panel leading to a bow and train in the back. Totally handsewn. Label: Callot Soeurs, Paris Made in France Nouvelle Marque Depose.


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Callot Soeurs
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White silk net party dress accented with watered silk satin ribbon rosette. The under-skirt is edged with lace and teh shoulder straps are edged in rhinestones. Fine example of early 1920's high style.
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Callot Soeurs
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Lavender velvet dinner dress. Accents include trim on the shoulder straps which are decorated with satin, rhinestones and seed pearls. The body of the dress is elaborately draped.
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Callot Soeurs Fringe Bead Chemise Dress
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The black georgette bodice embroidered with green beadwork, and sewn at high waist wtih skirt of long green beaded strands alternating with bronze bead strands, held together by two red strands sewn horizontally at waist and lower hip line, separate slip, separate necklace of the red beads, labeled: Callot Soeurs/Nouvelle Marque Deposee/Paris, handwritten number 77.989.
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Pink Chiffon Dragon Motif Frock
French, probably Callot Soeurs, early 1920s
The front and back panels attached at hem in loop to underslip, embroidered in silk floss and metallics with central dragon and other traditional motifs found on Chinese robes, no label.
Excellent condition, one hole in chiffon at left shoulder.
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A FINE CALLOT SOEURS BLACK CIRE SATIN AND SOUTACHE LACE EVENING GOWN AND JACKET, CIRCA 1930

comprising satin wet-look satin petticoat labelled Callot Soeurs, Ltd., London, the overdress of black tulle overlaid with polished black braid and hemmed in red satin, matching long sleeved jacket, matching belt
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Black satin bias-cut evening gown, circa 1930, labelled, with complex curved panels following the line of the hips and converging at the centre of the skirt.


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the dresses on posts #21 and #22 are to die for ... I really really like th off white one and shocker! the pink one!

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Callot Soeurs
Woman's Evening Dress, circa 1912
Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk bodice; satin underskirt; silk tulle train embroidered with beads, sequins, and artificial flowers, Center back length: 44 1/2 in. (113.03 cm)
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Callot Soeurs
Woman's Evening Dress, circa 1913
Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body; Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body, Silk damask with metal thread brocade tabard, and embroidered rhinestone "pendant necklace;" lace, silk chiffon and tassel trim, Center back length: 52 in. (132.08 cm)
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Callot Soeurs
Woman's Evening Dress, 1911-1913
Costume/clothing principle attire/lower body; Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body, Silk georgette bodice; metallic mesh over satin skirt; bead-embroidered floating panels
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