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vintage ball gowns

*** I will send 10% of sale price to charity ***

Standard dress designers UK size 12. Ivory wild silk dupion, Renaissance style, with over layers of floating silk chiffon (hand-rolled edges) hand-stencilled with lilac sweet peas, hand-beaded with lilac Austrian glass sequins and crystals. Tiny covered buttons with loops for back fastening and sleeve edges, are covered with silk taffeta hand dyed to match sweet peas, and dainty lace edging also hand-dyed to match. Bodice and sleeves lined with white silk habutai. Polyester white underskirt with four layers of white nylon netting. vintage ball gowns

The hand stencilling was added in Theolyn Cortens’s Glastonbury workshop by her husband, well known as Patrick Jarman for his Oxford hand-made wallpapers, which have been included in the Victoria and Albert Museum collection of 20th century prints.

This is a one off-frock only ever worn for a select fashion show in aid of the Save the Children Fund held in Bath (1987) with Princess Anne as the celebrity guest. See supporting newspaper article from the time.

The frock has been carefully kept and is in pristine condition. Original designer tags and tickets included. Spare crystals will be supplied, along with a declaration of provenance, signed by Theolyn, and reproductions of news-cuttings. Comes with purpose made calico cover and original coat hanger covered with matching lilac silk dupion.

Theolyn Cortens’ label was established as a couture designer of wedding dresses and ball-gowns, selling through Liberty’s of London and Harrods. Her dresses were exhibited in the London Fashion Show 1987 and regularly featured in Bride magazine. Most designs were only repeated twice, and in this case, only one was ever made.

This unique provenance means the dress will keep its vintage and one-off value.

Designer Vintage Wedding Gown fit for a Princess £2,450Newcastle Emlyn

*** I will send 10% of sale price to charity ***

Standard dress designers UK size 12. Ivory wild silk dupion, Renaissance style, with over layers of floating silk chiffon (hand-rolled edges) hand-stencilled with lilac sweet peas, hand-beaded with lilac Austrian glass sequins and crystals. Tiny covered buttons with loops for back fastening and sleeve edges, are covered with silk taffeta hand dyed to match sweet peas, and dainty lace edging also hand-dyed to match. Bodice and sleeves lined with white silk habutai. Polyester white underskirt with four layers of white nylon netting.

The hand stencilling was added in Theolyn Cortens’s Glastonbury workshop by her husband, well known as Patrick Jarman for his Oxford hand-made wallpapers, which have been included in the Victoria and Albert Museum collection of 20th century prints.

This is a one off-frock only ever worn for a select fashion show in aid of the Save the Children Fund held in Bath (1987) with Princess Anne as the celebrity guest. See supporting newspaper article from the time.

The frock has been carefully kept and is in pristine condition. Original designer tags and tickets included. Spare crystals will be supplied, along with a declaration of provenance, signed by Theolyn, and reproductions of news-cuttings. Comes with purpose made calico cover and original coat hanger covered with matching lilac silk dupion.

Theolyn Cortens’ label was established as a couture designer of wedding dresses and ball-gowns, selling through Liberty’s of London and Harrods. Her dresses were exhibited in the London Fashion Show 1987 and regularly featured in Bride magazine. Most designs were only repeated twice, and in this case, only one was ever made.

This unique provenance means the dress will keep its vintage and one-off value.

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