Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902.

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902 it is easy to understand why so many Worth gowns still exist.

Living room | Be inspired by this light and bright Edwardian home in southwest London | House tour | PHOTO GALLERY | 25 Beautiful Home | Housetohome.co.uk

Be inspired by this Edwardian home in south-west London

WORTH EMPIRE EVENING GOWN, PARIS, c. 1912 Pale blue silk charmeuse covered w/ black silk tulle, sides embroidered in vermichelli pattern crystal beads, pattern interrupted w/ black bugle beads in swirling bands & sheaves of wheat, 2 large black & white jeweled rounds at CB, small square train,

Worth Dress - c. 1912 - by House of Worth (French, - Silk empire gown Augusta Auctions

Edwardian collection made in England - Aiken House & Gardens. The color scheme is perfect for garden tea party idea

Edwardian collection made in England - Aiken House & Gardens. The color scheme is perfect for garden tea party idea.

Wonderful chequered tiles in the entryway, lots of natural light coming through the front door glass panels.

Wonderful chequered tiles in the entryway, lots of natural light coming through the front door glass panels. Mostly, THOSE TILES.

Dress, House of Worth 1906, French, Made of silk: the house of worth always made such gorgeous dresses, just beautiful

Silk Evening Gown -- 1906 -- House of Worth -- French -- Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

1903 Dress by House of Worth. Not Victorian, but Edwardian (2 years after Victoria's death) but I'm including this anyway because its just a stunning dress.  Photo by charleybrown77, via Flickr

Oak leaf dress by House of Worth, copyright of the Fashion Museum in Bath and the NE Somerset Council. The oak leaf dress was created in 1903

Victorian and Edwardian Geometric and Encaustic Tiled Floors

Victorian and Edwardian Geometric and Encaustic Tiled Floors - beautiful.

British Colonial Edwardian Sunroom Garden room. Jacques Grange .   Repitition of green, white and fuschia with terracotta tones.  Overhead and wall lighting. Orchids. Chair fabric is icing on the cake.

A garden room in the house of designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé, in Morocco. It was decorated by Jacques Grange in the Edwardian style.

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