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1961 (made)
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Place Of Origin

Sample of white satin embroidered in white glass bugle beads, teardrop, oval and round costume pearls and satin-stitched white floss silk and chenille.


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Materials and Techniques
Embroidered satin with glass beads, costume pearls, and satin-stitched floss silk and chenille
Brief Description
Sample of embroidered satin with beads, costume pearls, floss silk and chenille, designed by Eveline Gordon for Worth, London, 1961
Physical Description
Sample of white satin embroidered in white glass bugle beads, teardrop, oval and round costume pearls and satin-stitched white floss silk and chenille.
Credit line
Given by Miss E. Gordon
Object history
Registered File number 1986/63.

The satin was used in a wedding dress designed by Owen Hyde-Clark of Worth and featured in The Times, June 1961. The dress was shown at the silk exhibition at the British Colour Council, London in 1961, after which it was shown in America.
Collection
Accession Number
T.253-1986

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record createdMay 8, 2003
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