LOT 549 MARIA PAMBRUN SILK PLAID AFTERNOON DRESS, 1850.
Blue, brown and mauve changeable silk with narrow white stripes, brocaded with bands of tiny puce floral devices, having capped pagoda sleeve, brown fringe trim, wide waistband, full skirt with gauged gathers and pocket, glazed cotton lining. Provenance: Maria Pambrun, daughter of Pierre, chief fur trader and director of Fort Nez Perces, married in 1842 to Dr. Forbes Barclay of Oregon City, the home is now the Barclay Museum. B-36, W-24, L-56. (Some fringe detached, small spot on bodice, 1/2 inch tear above waistband, minor hole in waistband, 3-inch tear below front opening in skirt, lining stained and torn, patch on skirt) good. $1140Read More