Pair of earrings in the shape of a bow with a turquoise drop, gold, pavé-set with Russian turquoises and with rose and brilliant-cut diamonds, England, about 1850-60. Gold, pavé-set with turquoises and with rose and brilliant-cut diamonds.
The three large central units of the necklace (M.118-1951) probably date from about 1810, and may originally have formed part of a tiara or another necklace. The rest of the units, and probably also the earrings, are of a later date.
Pair of earrings, peridots in brilliant-cut diamond borders, western Europe, early to mid 19th century. Peridots, diamonds, silver and gold.
DescriptionC. 1860s, 3-piece evening dress. Orange silk faille, white silk embroidery; bodice: long fitted sleeves, button front. Second bodice: wide neck with ruche trim (both bodices are reproductions). Skirt, embroidered in white silk with classical motifs, long train (Possibly Chinese embroidery). Attributed to Worth.
Orange evening dress with white embroidery. Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth, ca . 1865-67. Silk rib weave ground, silk netting, silk thread. Embroidery type: whitework (Art of the Embroiderer label copy, 2009)