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.
Celluloid belt or long necklace, 1920s. This perfect flapper accessory could be worn as a long necklace or as a hip belt.
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.
Handmade drawnwork lace bride's bag, c.1850. The lace drawnwork has fine needle lace accents.
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.
Silk knit lace embroidered stockings, c.1900. Fronts are decorated with alternating stripes of knit lace and floral embroidery.
Needle run lace collar, c.1900. Open in front, made from machine made needle run lace (embroidery on net).
2 pieces Victorian jet beaded trim. Faceted beads catch the light with a sparkle unmatched by modern wannabes.
3 pieces Victorian jet beaded trim. Almost perfect except for several missing beads on the outer edges of 2 pieces.
Beige lace blouse, c.1910. Made of delicate beige floral lace. More wearable than many Edwardian pieces because of the open neckline. Sold
Hand-embroidered cotton nightgown, c.1950. Superb embroidery with rows of hand-stitched chevron pin tucks.
Ribbon lace/chiffon party dress, 1960s. The sexy sleeves are open at the shoulders.
Carved ivory folding parasol handle, 1860s. Beautifully carved with roses and leaves.
Lace trimmed cotton petticoat, c.1900. Embellished with wide ruffled hem border of Valenciennes lace. The petticoat is smooth in front and full in back.
Liberty style ribbon weave silk chiffon shawl, c.1910. Decorated with delicate, printed floral paisley medallions.
Velvet/satin evening shoes, 1930s. Fab black velvet T-strap design has alternating black satin straps.
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.
Child's embroidered coat, c.1910. Lace-trimmed short sleeves, collar, and hem.
Fancy hand work camisole, c.1905. Hand-embroidered cotton tulle is bordered with fine handmade Cluny lace.
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.
1.1 yards net trim, c.1910. Whimsical love birds in a floral pattern. A unique trim.
Handmade eyelet jacket, 1930s. made from hand-embroidered eyelet cutwork, the stylish jacket is bolero-length in front and longer in back.
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!
European ruby brooch, c.1870-1890. Prong-set, rose-colored rubies decorate the head and upper shaft.
Broderie Anglaise christening dress, 1880s. Fine whitework enhanced by many rows of textured tucks.
1 3/4 yards ribbon, c.1910. Silk damask ribbon.