Victim of its success, this product is no longer available for sale on our eshop.
However, you can find our embroidered picture "green dress" on sale at the Palais Galliera on the occasion of the exhibition "A history of fashion" which traces the history of the Palais and its collections.
Tea-gown of the Countess Greffulhe
M&L x Galliera Paris Museum
Our embroidered picture is inspired by a Maison Worth tea-gown, dating from 1890, in cut velvet with a taffeta background.
This toilet created by Jean-Philippe Worth reveals his taste for fabrics marked by a certain historicism. The fabric here is inspired by precious 16th century Ottoman velvet. Symbols of sovereignty, the red and gold of Turkish silks have been replaced by a midnight blue and an intense green.
Our embroideries are entirely handmade with cannetilla thread, using a very old Indo-Pakistani technique. The frames are made in France by a specialised craftsman, using wood from our forests.Know more about the manufacture
Instructions for use
Our hand-made embroideries are fragile. Avoid rubbing and water ! To keep them for a long time, keep them carefully in their frames. The frames can be hung up thanks to the rings on the back. But do not hang them in a place that is too exposed to sun or moonlight, as the colour of the threads could be damaged. The glass can injure a child, keep the object away from smaller children.Know more about instructions for use
Delivery & returns
Our orders are prepared and shipped from Monday to Friday from Granville in Normandy.
We offer a classic delivery via Colissimo or Lettre Max and an express delivery via Chronopost. More infos
Free delivery :
- 80€ of purchases in Metropolitan France
- 100€ of purchases in International
- Click&Collect in our store in Paris and in our workshop in Granville
You have up to 30 days to exchange or return your order.