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Mariano Fortuny

Label Detail Fortuny Delphos Gown with Original Box, c. Champagne pleated silk with separate gold stenciled empire waistband, armholes and side seams decorated to hem with white, blue and yellow Murano glass beads.

Fortuny Coat; site has very interesting article on the background of Fortuny's (very artistic) family and some very good photographs.

Mariano Fortuny (Spain, ~ Coat ~ Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, was a Spanish fashion designer who opened his couture house in 1906 and continued until He was the son of the painter Mariano Fortuny y Marsal.

Gown Mariano Fortuny 1910s

Gown Mariano Fortuny White silk taffeta stenciled with traditional Japanese motifs; pink silk taffeta padded hem and lining. The long and narrow collar and the sleeves along with the kimono’s fuki-like padded hem, cause this dress to resemble a.

Evening dress  Mariano Fortuny  (Spanish, Granada 1871–1949 Venice)  Design House: Fortuny (Italian, founded 1906) Date: early 20th century

Design House:Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer:Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date:early century Culture:Italian Medium:silk, glassFortuny

Pleats. Fortuny Delphos gown, c.1920. Pale orange silk having draw- string neckline, side seams decorated with brown striped yellow beads, stenciled bodice bands (detached), tape label "Fortuny Depose Made in Italy".

Fortuny Delphos gown, Pale orange silk having draw- string neckline, side seams decorated with brown striped yellow beads, stenciled bodice bands (detached), tape label "Fortuny Depose Made in Italy".

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Mariano Fortuny - one of the magicians of Venice, love his fabrics, dresses, lamps.

Pleated silk Delphos dress, possibly c. 1918, by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum

Pleated silk Delphos dress, possibly c. by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum (Fortuny and so close to can see the evolution into the new styles coming in just a few years.

Mariano Fortuny. Dress fabric. Venice, Italy, ca. 1929

Dress fabric of block-printed silk velvet, designed and made by Mariano Fortuny, Venice, ca.

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