Brand new Late-Victorian Summer Bride.

The front of the gown.

The front of the lovely wedding gown.

This lovely hand-crafted one twelfth scale miniature doll stands approx, five and a half inches tall.

She wears a late Victorian bustle gown of ivory silk jacquard, decorated with lashings of fine cotton lace and a delicate cream and gold fancy braid. The front of the gown skirt has a ruched apron-swag over a straight front panel and two long silk brocade ‘tails’. The back of the gown is puffed and trained with two angled and pointed ‘tails’ and a large bow. The off-the-shoulder bodice is fitted with a brocade centre panel under a deep frill of lace. Around her neck, the bride wears a golden heart pendant embellished with pearls and crystals. Her lace-trimmed puffed sleeves end at the elbows and she wears a pair of delicate lace mittens.

The dress is trimmed with peach silk roses, greenery and tiny ivory coloured buds that are echoed at the top of the fine full-length silk tulle veil that floats over the bride’s chestnut hair.

The Bride poses in the gardens.

The Bride poses in the gardens.

Underneath the bride wears white, lace-trimmed cotton pantaloons and a fancy trained petticoat. On her feet are painted golden shoes decorated with pale blue silk rosettes.

Below are some other views of the dress.

The detail at the back of the skirt.

Showing the left side of the gown.

Showing the right side of the gown.

 A couple of fun pictures taken in one of my dollshouses.

The Bride checks her dress before she leaves her bedroom.

 

The Bride waits at the front door for her carriage to arrive.

 The Summer Bride is currently looking for a new home. If you would like her to come and live with you, please contact me for further details.

 

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3 thoughts on “Brand new Late-Victorian Summer Bride.

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