Maskin- og håndsydd av maskinvevde silkestoffer i fløyel og toskaftbinding, samt tyll, Håndbrodert med metall- og silketråd, metallpaljetter, -perler og -plater. Manufactured by Børre Lorentsen & Co Place of creation Danmark København Creation date Mellom 1870 og 1900

Denmark - Court dress by Borre Lorentzen & Co. - Silk velvet, silk tulle, hand embroidered with metallic and silk threads, metal sequins, and beads

Court robe (image 4) | Russian | 1900 | silk, metallic threads and paillettes | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1977.398a–c

Court robe Date: c. 1900 Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metallic threads and paillettes Pinned from Metroplitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial court dress of Tsarina Maria Feodorovna (1880-1890), at Hermitage Amsterdam

Empress Maria Feodorovna Ceremonial Court Dress - - by Studio of Izambard Chanceau, embroidery studio of A. Laman - Velvet, satin, gold embroidery - Photo by Herman van Heusden and Ruud van der Neut

Evening Dress of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, by Auguste Brisac's Workshop (?), St. Petersburg, early 20th century, at the State Hermitage Museum

Dress of Tsarina Alexandra Romanov. Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova – was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Nicholas II, the last Emperor of the Russian Empire.

'Court dress' was an exclusive and very ornate style of clothing worn by the aristocracy, the only people usually invited to attend at Court. The style of the robe is quite old-fashioned, and based on the 17th-century mantua.

Mantua

Mantua 'Court dress' was an exclusive and very ornate style of clothing worn by the aristocracy, the only people usually invited to attend at Court. The style of the robe is quite old-fashioned, and based on the mantua.

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Trained pink tea gown, c. 1905 Pink cotton eyelet, ivory Val insertion & edging lace, pink silk charmeuse lining, B W Front L Back L (few tiny spots) excellent.

1928 Coco Chanel evening dress and slip; metal sequins on silk tulle (hva)

Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel (French, Evening Dress and Slip, metal sequins on silk tulle. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, gifts of Mrs. Photographs by Ken Howie.

1920s 1930s dress

Orange-brown satin evening gown with beige silk chiffon draping and jeweled gold trim, c. Perhaps take away the gold trim though.

1900's - Russian - Ice Blue Gown

Evening dress worn by Alexandra Feodorovna, Russia. Evening dress worn by Alexandra Feodorovna, Russia

Evening Dress from Laferrière, Paris. Silk fabric, lace and embroidery, length 187 cm. Princess Maud of Wales (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria; 26 November 1869 – 20 November 1938) was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII.

ephemeral-elegance: Evening Gown, ca. 1909 Worn by Queen Maude of Norway Designed by Laferrière via Digitalt Museum

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fripperiesandfobs: “ Russian court dress of a Maid of Honor, From the State Hermitage Museum ”

"Peacock" dress | House of Worth | France; Paris | 1900-1902 | silk, gold, peacock feathers, beetle wings | Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire | National Trust Inventory #: NT 107881 | Worn by Mary, Lady Curzon, for the coronation of Edward VII. The shining cloth of gold has a pattern of overlapping peacock feathers in gold on a silk chiffon background. In the ‘eye’ of each peacock feather is a section of iridescent green beetle wing. The dress weighs over 10 pounds (4.5 kg).

Peacock Dress by House of Worth worn by Mary, Lady Curzon, Vicereine of India, at the Delhi Durbar which was held in 1903 in celebration of the coronation of Edward VII. A guest at the ball remarked: “You cannot conceive what a dream she looked”.

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