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Stortorvet 13. @ DigitaltMuseum.no

Stortorvet 13. @ DigitaltMuseum.no

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, c. 1932. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061625596?query=kjole&page=72&pos=1705&count=9767).

Green velvet vintage evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, c. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo.

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, c. 1914. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061626308?pos=22&count=133&folder_id=2144).

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, c. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, 1930-35. Machine woven silk fabric with printed pattern, hand embroidered with glass beads. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061625588?pos=45&count=133&folder_id=2144).

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, Machine woven silk fabric with printed pattern, hand embroidered with glass beads. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo.

Court dress, by Børre Lorentsen & Co, Copenhagen, 1870-1900. Machine-woven silk fabrics in velvet and plain weave, as well as tulle, hand-embroidered with metal and silk thread, metal sequins, beads and plates. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061626328). The short, puffed "lattice" sleeves and two-color (dark-blue and white) combination indicate that this is Swedish court dress. CLICK THROUGH FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Court dress, by Børre Lorentsen & Co, Copenhagen, 1870-1900. Machine-woven silk fabrics in velvet and plain weave, as well as tulle, hand-embroidered with metal and silk thread, metal sequins, beads and plates. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011061626328). The short, puffed "lattice" sleeves and two-color (dark-blue and white) combination indicate that this is Swedish court dress. CLICK THROUGH FOR LARGER IMAGES.

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