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Antique Striped Satin Petticoat Slip Long Train Full Length Handmade. Back

Antique Striped Satin Petticoat Slip Long Train Full Length Handmade. Back

1880's (?) White Lawn Peignoir  or Dressing Gown with Valenciennes Lace and Embroidery

) White Lawn Peignoir or Dressing Gown with Valenciennes Lace and Embroidery! Belonged to Helen G. Warner of Bradenton, Florida.

White cotton and lace ruffled petticoat (back), American, ca. 1880. Worn with matching white cotton and lace tea gown.

White cotton and lace ruffled petticoat (back), American, ca. Worn with matching white cotton and lace tea gown.

Early 1930s Best & Co. Tea Gown

Tea gown Best & Co. (American, Date: early Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number:

combination undergarment (back) -  Women used combinations for their advantage when they were made in this period. It was less bulky under their dresses than the previous chemise and undergarments

Combination: This is an example of a combination. It was popular undergarment that was conceptually a chemise connected to drawers. This way the clothing worn over it could lay flat to prevent bulk.

The Rejane 1900-1905

"The Rejane" Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: [This is a very atypical early Edwardian corset, likely custom-made for a special occasion.

Vintage Hollywood Claire Sandra Lucie Ann Pink Maribou Peignoir Gown Robe Set | eBay

Vintage Hollywood Claire Sandra Lucie Ann Pink Maribou Peignoir Gown Robe Set | eBay

White cotton and lace ruffled petticoat (front), American, ca. 1880. Worn with matching white cotton and lace tea gown.

White cotton and lace ruffled petticoat (front), American, ca. Worn with matching white cotton and lace tea gown.

Tea gown Designer: Jessie Franklin Turner (American, 1881–ca. 1956) Date: 1926 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 85 in. (215.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Robert Lovett, 1951

Tea gown Designer: Jessie Franklin Turner (American, Date: 1926 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 85 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Object Name  Busk  Date  1600–1825

Corset Busk Date: - busks are the traditional center front closure used for most corsets.

Watteau back morning or tea gown guessing late 1870s to early 1880s, but not sure

Watteau back morning or tea gown guessing late 1870s to early 1880s, but not sure

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