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The House of Reville was started in 1906 by William Reville and his partner, a Miss Rossiter. By 1910 Reville was the court dressmaker and it was he who designed the coronation robe for Queen Mary in 1911. They were known for their lavish, but conservative, gowns and during the 1920s were not able to keep up with the changing tide of fashion. By the mid 1930s Reville was out of business.
Written by fuzzylizzie
Courtesy of antiquedress.com
from a 1920s wedding dress