Cléopatra Diane "Cléo" de Mérode, French ballet dancer of the Belle Époque
1920 Cream silk chiffon with pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors, center front panel covered with iridescent sequins & metallic copper coils in floral motifs, embroidered net lace insets on bodice & at hem, chiffon lining.
Tangerine silk satin gown from the Belle Epoque (no more precise date available). Two-layer overdress with crystal and mother of pearl beads. The sleeves of the overdress have beaded tassels and ring drops.
A Belle Epoque diamond brooch/pendant, circa The articulated triangular openwork plaque, centrally-set with a collet-set old brilliant-cut diamond, within star-shaped latticework accented by single-cut diamonds, to a scrolled border millegrain-set t
Polaire (Émilie Marie Bouchaud) French singer and actress
Moet & Chandon Vintage Dry Imperial Champagne by Alphonse Mucha
Callot Soeurs, evening dress, 1911 I'm looking for a pattern.if you could help me.
Circa 1908 plum velvet cut to chiffon gown by Jean-Philippe Worth (incorrectly attributed to Charles Worth), Paris. Via Augusta Auctions.
Olive green silk and flower embellished tulle evening/wedding dress by Joanne Fleming Design.
two belle epoque lace skirts
Gibson girls influenced the way my Grandmother wore her hair as a young woman.
Belle Epoque Tiara of Lady Hesketh, United Kingdom (ca.
Margaine-Lacroix was a young Parisian designer who began to create lightly corseted dresses with minimal boning and stretchy material.
Boucheron - A Belle Epoque diamond necklace, circa 1899. Made for Mary-Louise McKay, the wife of the American silver prospector and millionaire John McKay. Source: Vincent Meylan, Boucheron, The Secret Archives.