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Royal Doulton V&A House of Worth Vezelyse Figurine HN5817

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The House of Worth Collection is based on fashion drawings dating from the 1950's and each Figurine is by renowned sculptor, Jenny Barnett. The original sketches are part of an extensive archive donated to the Victoria and Albert museum by Worth in 1956. The unusual names of the figurines derive from the unique name given to each dress design. British-born designer Charles Frederick Worth (1825-95) founded his fashion house in Paris in 1858 and his elegant, well-made, luxurious designs were worn by royalty, aristocrats and wealthy women around the world. Known as the 'father of Haute Couture', Worth is also credited with devising the fashion show. The V & A is the world's leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects that span over 5,000 years of creativity. Vezelyse's ivory cream silk dress is decorated with fine gold stripes and accessorized with a gold pendant necklace. Typically worn to balls and grand occasions, gowns such as Vezelyse were the ultimate expression of Couture house art.

 

 

  • Released 2016
  • Hand-painted Bone China
  • Dimensions: Approx. H 23 x L 17 x W 14 cm 
$249.00
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