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I just finished a paper about clothing during the arts and crafts movement (edwardian era). Its great that you posted this!!!

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Beaded Purple Evening Gown, c. 1912

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Irish Crochet Trained Wedding Gown, c. 1910

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Lace & Ribbon Peignoir, c. 1910

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Beaded Evening Gown, c. 1910

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Egyptian Motif Late Day Dress
American, circa 1915
The black point d'esprit bodice embroidered with black silk thread in variegated Egyptian inspired motifs, chiffon lining, scoop neck and short kimono sleeve, the tulip skirt of black and bottle green silk satin and black taffeta horizontal stripes with piped hem, floating panel at each hip with picot edging, wide sash, no label.
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Alice Maynard Lace Dress
American, circa 1913
Of off-white lawn and embroidered net panels with point d'esprit, the empire bodice crossover and trimmed in lace ruffle, tulle modesty panel, modified short gusseted dolman sleeves concluding in triple tiered Valencienne lace ruffled cuff, tulle underskirt with three tiered lace ruffle at hem, tunic overskirt hemmed in lace, labeled: Alice Maynard/New York and Washington DC.
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White Gauze and Irish Crochet Tea Gown
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The 1910 design modernized following World War I, the sleeveless bodice of whitework embroidery polka dots trimmed with Irish crochet of raised rose pattern with shamrocks at round neckline, two vertical bands and waistband of Irish crochet, hook and eyes left shoulder closure, the skirt with central panel front and back of whitework embroidery of stylized flowers and leaves, gathered at sides with three bands of Irish crochet insertions.
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Woman’s Hat, circa 1910
Velvet, metallic thread braid

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Cooke Gowns
Woman’s Evening Dress, circa 1916
Baroque pearl and sequin embroidery on silk chiffon

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Madame Terril
Woman’s Day Dress, 1913-1914
Velvet, lace, and jet trim

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Woman’s Afternoon Dress, circa 1914
Satin underdress; overbodice of net woven with small steel beads, silk chifon, and copper metal trim; chiffon overskirt embroidered with large pattern with silk and metal threads

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Woman’s Evening Dress, circa 1917
Silk and silk net, velvet sash, and caviar bead trim

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Woman's Afternoon Dress, circa 1917
Silk chiffon, silk net, and silk embroidery

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