Hand-embroidered silk nightgown, 1930s. This elegant bias-cut nightgown epitomizes the fluid look of the 1930s.
Wool evening coat, 1970s. Pauline Trigère had a unique mastery of draping wool fabrics.
Hand-embroidered silk nightgown, 1930s. The bodice front is finely hand embroidered with a grid of flowers.
French silk brocade valence, c.1910. Made from luxurious floral silk brocaded faille and lined with brown cotton sateen.
Bill Blass ultrasuede coat, c.1980. The unstructured style is casual. Yet the details are crisp and defined. The Bill Blass look— assured, impeccably tailored, and comfortable.
Victor Costa cocktail dress, 1980s. The tightly fitting, ruched torso emphasizes your curves.
Bill Blass little black dress, 1980s. Empire-style, black velvet bodice with a black silk crepe mini skirt.
Tambour embroidered net shawl, c.1900. Made from ecru cotton net machine embroidered with chain stitched vines and medallions.
Scaasi satin cocktail dress, c.1960. With saturated color and dramatically shaped skirt, the stunning dress is high spirited and sculptural.
Patullo/Jo Copeland beaded cocktail dress, 1950s. Shows your curves in all the right places!
Moiré silk taffeta fancy apron, c.1900. Peach moiré silk taffeta trimmed with matching pleated satin ribbon ruffles.
Pair of European fancy pillow shams, c.1900. Embellished with hand-embroidered cutwork and pin tucks.
Needle run lace cape collar, c.1900. The same in the front and back, it slips over the head with no closure.
Reproduction 1940s style beaded jacket. Plenty of style with no flaws. It fits a modern customer.
Needle run lace collar, c.1900. Open in front, made from machine made needle run lace (embroidery on net).
Padded silk winter bonnet 1840s. An indispensable part of the Victorian wardrobe.
Silk bonnet with quilted brim, 1870s. With strong architectural presence, it would make a great display.
Devoré velvet mantle, 1880s. The back "tail" added decoration to the top of the bustle.
Split-crotch cotton knickers, 1870s. Fine decoration.
Handmade Valenciennes lace bonnet, c.1850. 3 rows of Valenciennes ruffles outline the the baby's face.
Carved ivory folding parasol handle, 1860s. Beautifully carved with roses and leaves.
Italian pony skin boots,1970s. Uppers are fashioned from pony skin. The soles and heels are rubber.
Needle-run net lace scarf, 1870s. Lovely gossamer scarf with very fine silk net with silk floss embroidery.
Mixed lace cardigan jacket, 1920s. The antique look without the high cost of handmade lace.
Hand-embroidered silk blouse, c.1915. Finely decorated on cuffs and front panel with open work embroidery in silk floss.
Hand-painted silk/ivory fan, c.1910. Japanese figures set in a floral landscape.
Child's Irish crochet bonnet, c.1910. Each side is decorated with a pink ribbon rosette.
Adrienne Vittadini wool knit dress, 1980s. Casual ease and feminine appeal is signature Vittadini.
Ayrshire hand-embroidered petticoat, c.1890. The hand-embroidered hem border is quite charming.
3.4 yards satin ribbon, c.1910. A bold, patriotic design!
Beaded needlepoint pillow cover, c.1895. The finely worked pillow cover features beaded Calla lilies set in a cluster of wool needlepoint leaves.
Velvet/satin evening shoes, 1930s. Fab black velvet T-strap design has alternating black satin straps.
Satin brocade panel with matching trim, 1920s. Almost 2 yards long.
Ayrshire panel, c.1890. Inventive textural combinations.
3.7 yards printed satin ribbon. Delightful paisley pattern.
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Ayrshire panel, c.1890. The pristine purity of whitework!
French stenciled satin coin purse, c.1938. Crafted with stenciled satin on outside and red leather on inside.
Broderie Anglaise christening dress, 1880s. Fine whitework enhanced by many rows of textured tucks.
1 3/4 yards ribbon, c.1910. Silk damask ribbon.