Pingat feathered velvet mantle, c.1891.
Taffeta bustle gown, 1870s with provenance from descendants of the Revolutionary War veteran, Captain Rufus Lincoln (1751-1838).
Couture quality beaded satin gown, c.1890.
Charles Frederick Worth silk brocade ball gown plus matching day bodice, c.1885. Label: "C. Worth/Paris" in petersham.
Silk moiré ball gown with metallic gold appliquéd hem border, c.1860.
Morin-Blossier beaded satin ball gown, c.1894. Label: "Morin-Blossier/15 Rue Daunou/Paris."
Couture-quality bustle skirt, possibly Worth, c.1880
Felix beaded velvet jacket, c.1898. Label:"A. Felix Breveté/Faubourg St-Honoré/Paris".
Beaded carriage parasol with carved ivory bird's head handle, c.1830-50.
Silk parasol with rare royal blue color and carved ivory handle, c.1850.
Morin-Blossier silk faille gown with embroidered tulle skirt panel and moiré silk ribbon bows, c.1870-80.
Silver painted metal wedding tiara with matching groom's boutonnière, c.1860.
Caroline Reboux velvet hat trimmed with silk moiré ribbons and feathers, c.1870-80. Label: "Caroline Reboux/23 Rue de la paix."
Flounced day dress of chiné floral silk, c.1855.
French hand-painted silk fan with cut-work ivory sticks, c.1865.
Satin damask bustle gown worn in 1876 by Harriet Gorman, c.1876.
French velvet shoes with metallic embroidery and silk ribbon bows, c.1880. The soles are stamped "Pou-Matero."
Halle Brothers beaded ivory leather boots, c.1900.
Pingat beaded faux fur/wool coat, 1890s.
Silk wedding gown, 1880s from the Commodore Perry estate.
Graphic appliquéd wool coat, c.1900.
Pink satin corset, c.1890.
Child's beaded shoes, c.1890. Made of bronze kid leather with beaded toes.
Doucet silk faille evening bodice, c.1891. Label: "Mme. Doucet/dePlusieurs Cours/21 Rue de la Paix/Paris."
Chantilly lace/silk parasol with carved ivory handle, c.1860.
Handmade needle-run silk lace shawl with triangular shape, c.1860.
Child's taffeta bustle dress, c.1885. Provenance: Attached note reads "Given to us by Jean Waters Moore. Belonged to her mother, Alice Macklin Waters." The name on the card is Mrs. Carlton W. Bristol.
Child's 3-piece embroidered silk dress, c.1865. Provenance: dress comes with an attached note describing the donor of the dress.
Gentleman's Berlin work slippers, c.1860. A colorful three-dimensional design worked in wool on canvas.
Catherine Donovan silk brocade ball gown, c.1890.