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Beautiful dresses! Thanks for the thred DosViolins!

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This coat is simply gorgeous. I the deco pattern

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Vintage 1920s bronze metallic lace dress


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Vintage 1920s green silk velvet long coat


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LOVE the 20's. The slinky, shimmy dresses, bobbed hair, cupid's bow lips, penciled brows....the sexiness of it all.

I just had to post this picture of Louis Brooks looking impossibly chic.

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I love the shapelessness fit of 1920's fashion. So elegantly done!

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Dramatic Art Moderne Opera Coat
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The abstract and asymmetrical pattern of cutwork and applique primarily of creme china silk over black silk tulle with focal points of organdy applique floral clusters in various pastel shades, the sleeves applied with crochet stitch, lining, collar, bands at cuff and hem, of sheer black silk crepe de chine, size 8, no label.
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Mirrored & Beaded Flapper Dress, 1920s.






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I love the Chinese knot in the detail shot so I have posted it first.

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Deco Printed Knit Dress, Early 1920s.






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Embroidered Summer Tea Gowns, 1920s.




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Cartier 1927 Chandalier earrings.


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This Cartier clutch feels as though it has a bit of the Egyptian influence similar to this even though the source calls it Art Deco.

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Art Deco design fabric hand bag. With jade and ruby ball clasp. c. 1924


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This Cartier clutch feels as though it has a bit of the Egyptian influence similar to this even though the source calls it Art Deco.
In 1922 they discovered Tut's tomb, so there was revival of Egyptian-influenced pieces. I would agree that this is more neo-Egyptian than Art Deco (but so often sellers say something's Art Deco, when it's clearly Art Nouveau, and vice-versa).

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