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OBJECT TYPE Kåpe  MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES maskinvevd ullstoff i kypert kantet med lammepels og fôret med silkestoff i sateng, antatt treknapper og beltespenne, maskin- og håndsøm  PRODUSENT Ukjent  PRODUKSJONSSTED Ukjent  CREATION DATE Mellom 1935 og 1938  IDENTIFIER OK-1991-0130

OBJECT TYPE Kåpe MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES maskinvevd ullstoff i kypert kantet med lammepels og fôret med silkestoff i sateng, antatt treknapper og beltespenne, maskin- og håndsøm PRODUSENT Ukjent PRODUKSJONSSTED Ukjent CREATION DATE Mellom 1935 og 1938 IDENTIFIER OK-1991-0130

The Edwardian era was a the dawn of the Gibson girls

Princess Maud of Wales, later Queen Maud of Norway. She was renowned for her excessively tiny waistline, a very desirable trait for formal Edwardian attire.

Although this isn't a picure of the bride, I loved it so much, I thought this was the best place to pin it! Princess Victoria and Princess Maud at George V wedding 1893. Victoria never married. She became a companion to her Mother.

Bridesmaids Princess Victoria and Maud of Wales. Wedding of brother Prince George [later George V]. [Version] as reproduced in "Royalties of the World"

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Siblings of King George V Queen Maud (born Princess Maud of Wales) Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria was born 26 November 1869 She was the youngest daughter of the British king Edward VII and Alexandra of.

Wings of Whimsy: Queen Maud of Norway #vintage #pehemera #freebie #printable #princess #queen #royal #norway

Pretty Data: Norway – Part II Queen Maud (1869-1938)

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1912 - Dee comments: The transition into the Flapper era dress style by women can already be seen in this "The Edwardian Woman" photo

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DigitaltMuseum - Kåpe

Ensemble, Blancquaert: ca. 1937, British, wool coat, silk dress with printed pattern.

I love this coat. ~Ensemble, Blancquaert: ca. British, wool coat, silk dress with printed pattern~

Going away attire of Princess Carl of Denmark (later Queen Maud of Norway), by Madam Leonie Duboc, 1896, at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design

Rosa Bud Dress- Going away attire of Princess Carl of Denmark (later Queen Maud of Norway), by Madam Leonie Duboc, at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design

Princess Maud of the Netherlands, (Later Queen Maude of Norway) wearing a turn-of-the-century evening dress. Posted on the Alexander Palace Time Machine

Princess Maud wearing a turn-of-the-century evening dress Posted on the Alexander Palace Time Machine Discussion Forum by royal netherlands on 29 August 2008

1906 ~ Queen Maud of Norway, daughter of British King Edward VII, with her young son Prince Olav, (future King Olav V of Norway).

Queen Maud of Norway, daughter of British King Edward VII, with her young son Prince Olav, (future King Olav V of Norway). Photo colourized by a web artist Justine.

Evening dress, Blancquaert, London, c. 1927. Belonged to Queen Maud of Norway. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo. Description from "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway:" "This dress, made from black chiffon with geometrically arranged decoration in diamanté, transparent and silver beads and sequins, is typical of the short evening fashions... It was probably first worn at the annual dinner for Members of Parliament in January 1927" (pg. 101).

Evening dress, Blancquaert, London, c. 1927. Belonged to Queen Maud of Norway. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo. Description from "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway:" "This dress, made from black chiffon with geometrically arranged decoration in diamanté, transparent and silver beads and sequins, is typical of the short evening fashions... It was probably first worn at the annual dinner for Members of Parliament in January 1927" (pg. 101).

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