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Many beautiful dresses owned by Empress Elisabeth as well as personal items

Many beautiful dresses owned by Empress Elisabeth as well as personal items I like the knot at the back of the dress.I always feel skirts need something there to draw attention up, but hadn't previously see anything this attractive

Empress Sisi's last white gown, which she wore to her daughter's engagement party

Gown owned by Empress Elisabeth of Austria, notably worn in 1888 to the engagement party of her daughter, Marie Valerie.

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Victorian Dress with Peonies ....breathtakingly beautiful

Ball gown, The Phantom of the Opera 2004 Masquerade ball gown for Emily Rossum as the leading lady Christine Daae Costume designer Alexandra Byrne. The only movie costume I like.

Here be a stunning turquoise silk gown with stomacher, seafoam green underskirt, white lace top and belt. The dress has a long Mantua train. Perfect fer Buccaneer Era and early Golden Age Pirate event

Turquoise Silk Gown

Here be a stunning turquoise silk gown with stomacher, seafoam green underskirt, white lace top and belt. The dress has a long Mantua train. Perfect fer Buccaneer Era and early Golden Age Pirate event

mandragona: “Elisabeth, Empress of Austria & Queen of Hungary, holding a fan ”

Empress Elisabeth holding a fan in front of her face. She did not want her picture taken when she got older.

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