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This exquisite one-of-a-kind gown brings back the Victorian era with a modern steampunk twist! For the bride who wants to be unique and wear something that sets her apart from the rest!

Photographed and featured at Telus World of Science Artists' Showcase 2011.

Features:
- 100% Italian cotton
- Embellished with Battenburg lace yoke, sleeve cuffs, and edging
- Removable bustle in black satin featuring a puddle train
- Victorian collar with pearl-button closure on back of bodice
- Classic white italian bow
- Draped aproning on skirt front
- Above-the-knee slit in back of skirt
- French-cut sleeve finished with buttons down to wrist
- Completely lined gown
- Zippered up to and including bra line, then invisible closures on the lace and pearl button closures on neckline

Accessories for photographic purposes only, not included.

Sizing:
Bust: 36-38"
Waist: 30-32"
Height: up to 5'8" with heels

Item will be shipped within 2 weeks of receiving payment.

Shipping costs are quoted for regular ground shipping (Canada and US) and Express International (everywhere else) and include handling costs.

Victorian Steampunk Eggshell Wedding Dress - One of a Kind

$1,995.00
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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item
  • Fabric: Silk
  • Materials: Italian cotton, Battenburg lace, satin, pearls, zipper, lining, Eggshell White, Pearl Buttons, Black Satin, Silk Option, Custom Made, Assorted Sizes, Color Options Available by Request
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
  • Favorited by: 327 people