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Fortuny Stenciled Velvet Medieval Gown, 1920s Aqua/teal, with front and back velvet panels stenciled with gold Celtic pattern, pleated silk at sides and sleeves, traversed by silk cords attached with Venetian glass beads, l

Fortuny Stenciled Velvet Medieval Gown, 1920s Aqua/teal, with front and back velvet panels stenciled with gold Celtic pattern, pleated silk at sides and sleeves, traversed by silk cords attached with Venetian glass beads, l

Acquired Objects: Fortuny Final: Silk Velvet

Fortuny e Caramba In the last of my Fortuny series I bring you my favorite, his silk velvet. Fortuny grew up around textiles as bot.

Evening dress (image 1) | Mariano Fortuny | Italian | early 20th century | silk, glass | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1977.304.3

Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer:Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date:early century Culture:Italian Medium:silk, glass Dimensions:Length at CB: 62 in. cm) Credit Line:Gift of University of Virginia Drama Department, 1977 Accession

Mariano Fortuny created a number of variations of his pleated silk gowns. In this model, he combined elements of the classical chiton and the peplos. A "tunic" is attached along its neckline to a long sleeveless underdress, suggesting the apoptygma of the classical peplos

Mariano Fortuny dress ca. 1932 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fortuny Black Silk Gauze Batwing Tunic   Italian, 1920s   The edges stenciled in a gray pomegranate design, trimmed with frosted white striated venetian glass beads, one size, no label.   Very good condition, some detached bead trim.

Fortuny Black Silk Gauze Batwing Tunic for Sale at Auction on Thu, - - Couture and Accessories

Mariano Fortuny - Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until 1946.

Mariano Fortuny - Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until 1946 - Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo

Rare and stunning, this blue Fortuny Peplos

Fortuny Peplos Dress and Belt

View this item and discover similar evening dresses and gowns for sale at - Rare and stunning, this blue Fortuny Peplos is in amazing condition. The dress has a drawstring neckline, sleeves

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