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Elizabeth's coronation dress, 1741

FCBTC / Court Dress of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna State Historical Museum, Moscow From duchesselisa

Bodice Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1630-1639 Materials and Techniques: Silk satin, silk taffeta, canvas, buckram and whalebone, handsewn Museum number: 172-1900 | V&A

Bodice

Bodice Place of origin: England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Silk satin, silk taffeta, canvas, buckram and whalebone, handsewn Museum number:

"Coronation dress of Catherine I, [of Russia] 1725" (quote - Google translate) via http://aoro.diary.ru

Coronation Dress of Catherine I -- 1724 -- Russian -- Silk w/ silver embroidery -- Belonging to the State Hermitage Museums -- St.

Evening dress (the two bodice and skirt) made ​​of black tulle over white satin cover Belonged to Empress Alexandra. Beginning of XX Century

Dress of Tsarina Alexandra Romanov.Lamanova - one of the most influential designer of her time. Designer to Her Majesty Empress of Russia Alexandra Romanov and the Ladies of her Court

MANTUA 1740S SEDA ROJA Y BORDADOS HILO DE ORO

This court mantua is quite possibly the most exquisitely decorated dress I’ve ever seen. The embroidery contains of almost 10 lbs of real silver thread. And I was definitely thinking couch fabric.

court dress, 1750, British

1 of Court dress, ca. British, silk with metallic thread. In the eighteenth century, formal dress was so closely associated with Versailles and the French court that it was universally described as the robe à la française.

The dress is made of pure silver cloth  1883 Coronation dress of Marie Feodorovna Kremlin Museum.

1883 Coronation dress of Skinny-Bitch Marie Feodorovna 1856 Coronation dress of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, Kremlin Museum. Posted to the Alexander Palace Time Machine Discussion Forum by katmaxoz on 9 April

1770, France Robe à la Française Silk cannelle patterned with weft floats and brocaded with silk thread MFA

Silk bobbin lace fragment French, third quarter century France Dimensions L x W: x cm x 5 in.) Medium or Technique Silk bobbin lace Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

европейские мужские костюмы XVIIIвека из коллекции The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inspired by Opera. A French embroidered waistcoat dated between 1785 and 1795 showing Dido and Aeneas in scenes from Didon. Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.

Dress (image 3) | French | 1750 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.43.90.51a, b

1750 Culture: French Medium: silk Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, 1943 *change the colour and I would love it *

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna's Masquerade Dress for the Costume Ball at the Winter Palace, 1903 : She went as Tsarina Maria Iljinitsjna, wearing a gown and robe of gold brocade, silver thread, sequins, artificial pearls, rhinestones, glass; a gold brocade crown, decorated with artificial pearls; and chamois shoes with brocade, silver thread, sequins, glass.

century-style Russian fancy dress worn by Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna to a masquerade at the Winter Palace, 1903 From the State Hermitage Museum via The Epoch Times

The most glamorous of all Queen Victoria’s surviving clothes, this costume was inspired by the court of Charles II. The rich brocade of the underskirt was woven in Benares. The lace of the berthe is a copy of seventeenth-century Venetian raised-point

Stalking the Belle Époque: Unusual Artifacts: Queen Victoria’s Costume for the Stuart Ball, 1851

История моды XVIII столетия в Версале.. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Robe à la Française 1765 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art after the the panniers petticoat became very wide

Brocaded silk robe in apple green with flower design, possibly English, 1780.

A brocaded silk robe in apple green with flower design 1780 (Springhill Costume Collection © National Trust / Andrew Patterson)

The unique coat-gown, designed by Catherine II for welcoming parades. After her death Russian Empresses ignored such kind of suit until Maria Feodorovna, the wife of Alexander III, returned this style to the court.

Officer’s dress of Catherine the Great

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