Ruth Lehtola
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The new Rose Gold Bride is now on the market and selling through the Ashton Drake Galleries. Bride dolls in general have disappeared over the passed few years and the older editions are becoming harder and harder to come by.

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This might be an example of an "arsenic dress"; the bright green dye contained substantial amounts of arsenic; even knowing this, people still chose to wear the colour.

1860's Silk Plaid Civil War Dress & Bodice Brown/Gray/Black. Originally created in the 1850's and recreated in the 1860's. Ebay:svpmeow1

I think a modern version of multiple bodices and skirt styles from the same fabric would be worth Silk Plaid Civil War Dress and Bodice Brown/Gray/Black. Originally created in the and re-created in the Via

Wedding Dress Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 1841 Artist/maker unknown, American, Quaker. Worn by Mrs. Isaac Paschall Morris (Rebecca Thompson). Ivory figured silk Length (Dress): 48 1/16 inches (122 cm) Width across shoulders (Dress): 18 1/2 inches (47 cm)

Wedding Dress ~ 1841 ~ Ivory figured silk ~ Artist/maker unknown ~ American ~ Quaker ~ Philadelphia Museum of Art ~ Worn by Mrs. Isaac Paschall Morris (Rebecca Thompson), American (Philadelphia, ~ Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania