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The black silk thin patterned velvet coat is in great condition!
The pattern in the velvet can only be seen under certain lights, otherwise it just looks like a solid black velvet.
In previous and subsequent years, the design house was also known as Reville & Rossiter and Reville-Terry. Some of these wigs are coated with a heavy wax substance to keep it's shape... A maiko's hairstyle is called You know if you saw this in a 1960s Vogue ad, the girl would be wearing white go-go boots and a vinyl hat with the white Courreges Eskimo glasses (which I happen to have for sale as well at: is one of the rare COUTURE pieces with consecutive NUMBERED labels 1158.
This is easily seen by looking at the photo of the interior to see the seaming and then volume of the lower back skirt. Here's an interesting article to give you some idea of how important she was to fashion of the era! https://rbkclibraries.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/margaine-lacroix-and-the-dresses-that-shocked-paris/ 'm ALWAYS on the hunt for Victorian sidesaddle habits! just two areas of small holes (one lost in folds, the other at the hemline - see photos) and a bit of lining tearing inside skirt hemline. Even the satin INTERIOR of the bodice is gorgeous!!
Stanton and there was a handwritten name inside, but that is now in tatters (still sewn into the seam, but not sure that Mrs. The numbered tag inside the seam is also starting to tatter, so you will want to stabilize that small piece of silk paper. you have the entire dress covered with embroidered multicolored flowers on vines. The material is perfectly strong and nearly like new (even the underarms are clean!!! From the Wadsworth Athneneum's Costume and Textile collection... Elizabeth Galindo who is a designer, fashion historian (hence the very vintage feel of her gowns) and fashion restorer. The gorgeous steel blue/gray/silver velvet is fairly consistently dirty (years of dust), but still looks fabulous! This one has no case, but it's likely human hair with fine lace front, has the original ornaments and I believe it's older than the last one I sold. And I believe that's the maker's mark inside (the stylized bird)I wish I could give you more information on this piece. This ornately decorated cap is embroidered in gold foil, metallic thread, cord, sequins, teeny seed beads, surprising blue glass jewels, etc. This example would have been considerably time-consuming, and for it to have been created for a CHILD (it is child sized), this would have to have been quite a wealthy family. The cap has been professionally re-lined in fine linen by the museum. this is one of the MOST wonderful summer fancy ballgowns from the era you will see outside of a museum. I can get measurements, but really this is one that belongs on display and not worn.
Overall, the dress is slightly less shiny than it may have been originally, but still one of the best conditions I've seen of this quality gold lame lace! ) with the few exceptions of the minor spots that blend in with the design (but look at the close up photos to see the ones at upper bust and one a side front waist that are the worst... and one has to assume these were from the original woman wearing flowers as was done, so the spots are historic) and one tiny break in the netting on one sleeve (see photo). Might want a couple more petticoats under for proper shape if you display. this gown has been in a personal collection for about 30 years. it looks like this piece has been narrowed down to something called a CAPOT MARANDAISE which was the support hat over which lace was worn. From the Atlantic Coast of France, and likely from Wow! A rich copper voided velvet with large roses and a hint of metallic thread for an extra sheen in a throwback to the 1930s gown with double layered cowl back! She has created unique, imaginative and hand-made fashion designs since 1990. Sadie Nemser sold her unique and original gowns in her New York shop and in quality department stores (as did a few of her female designer contemporaries, Lucile designer, Lady Duff Gordon, and Marguerite "Madame Marge"). Under bright lights you will see the darkening/slight rusty areas (see photos of upper back and side), but again, the beauty of this dress will overshadow any minor issues. I sold one other antique Japanese Geisha Wig recently, and even though they are rare, I had this ONE other one to sell. As I'm not a regional scholar, if anyone out there has more info on these gold caps, I would love to know more! especially for something this intricate and of this age!! Train (every fancy gown should have one in my book! The original "apron" belt with rosette bow at front, large bow at back and inside lining pocket! It's in NEAR MINT condition other than a spot on the front skirt (see last 2 photos) that blend in with the print, but certainly there. This is one of those antique pieces that you have to see in person to believe!!!
She wasn't old enough for it to be hers, but may have been collected by her? They came with the outfit, so you may want to purchase them with the habit. MEASUREMENTS: Bodice measures 32" bust, 12" across back, 24" waist.
Skirt measures: 26" waist, 38" long from waist to hem in front, 46" long in back.