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1910s Edwardian Era part 2
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Handmade Irish crocheted lace gown, c.1912.
Label: "Miss Pilcher/307 Fifth Ave., NY."

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Orientalism-style beaded velvet/lamé evening coat, c.1912.
Label: "Bonwit Teller & Co./Fifth Avenue New York."

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Russian-style cut velvet evening coat with beaded passementerie panels and sable trim, c.1910.

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Orientalism-style wool/satin coat attributed to Poiret, c.1914.

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LaFerrière
satin/tulle dinner gown with metallic embroidery, c.1912.
Label: "LaFerrière, Paris" is woven into the petersham.

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Beaded tulle evening gown, c.1910.
The label on the petersham reads "J. L. Conley/Boston."

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Spanish hand-embroidered tulle shawl, c.1910.

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Handmade Irish crocheted lace jacket with satin trim, c.1910.

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Hand-embroidered tulle gown, c.1912.
Hand-appliquéd lace inserts and back train.

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Cut velvet/silk chiffon evening wrap in the style of Erté, c.1915.
Provenance: from the estate of actress Irene Worth

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Hand-embroidered/beaded, layered-style tulle dress, c.1910.

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Liberty & Co.
beaded tulle dress, c.1915.
Label: "Liberty & Co./London & Paris

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Callot Soeurs
linen jacket with inserts of handmade filet lace, c.1910.
Label: "Callot Soeurs/Marque & Modèle/Déposés, Paris."

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satin evening gown from the Perry estate.
Labels: "Mme Havet/Mon Agnès/7 Rue Auber/Paris." and a small Perry nametag sewn into one seam.

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