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Worth Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 136 pictures in our Worth collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Wedding dress of Aphra Farquhar by Worth Featured Print

Wedding dress of Aphra Farquhar by Worth

A regal wedding dress of white pure silk and antique lace designed by Owen Hyde-Clarke of Worth for the wedding of Aphra Farquhar Fetherstonhaugh to the Earl of Dundonald in 1960. The lace on the low-cut, long-sleeved bodice and on the train belonged to the wife of the 12th Earl of Dundonald. The diamond tiara holding the tulle head-dress was an heirloom of the bride's family. Date: 1960

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The 1958 Season - Palace presentation outfits Featured Print

The 1958 Season - Palace presentation outfits

Outfits suitable for a debutante to wear for presentation at Buckingham Palace during the 1958 season, the final year in fact that debs were presented. Top left, a pur silk paper taffeta dress by Maryon. Bottom left, a presentation dress by Arthur Banks of fine cobweb lace in a rich sapphire blue. Middle picture shows a caf魡u-lait lace dress over taffeta by Worth. On the right, a black Chantilly lace dress over net and white taffeta worn with an Otto Lucas hat.
1958

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Fashions by Dior and Worth Featured Print

Fashions by Dior and Worth

In the background is a two-piece by Dior of silk shantung dyed to a mandarin colour. The pleated skirt is mounted on a chemise top and worn with a sleeveless bodice trimmed with matching bows. In the foreground is a dress and coat from the House of Worth in a re-embroidered pale grey lace. The coat in mounted on toning pure silk organza and trimmed with matching grey fox. The dress built on lime taffeta moulds the figure and has short sleeves. The turban of swathed lime tulle is also from Worth of Grosvenor Street. Date: 1961

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans