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Nasjonalmuseet, designsamlingene - Fotograf Ivarsøy, Dag Andre

Nasjonalmuseet, designsamlingene - Fotograf Ivarsøy, Dag Andre

Evening dress likely worn by Queen Maud of Norway, dated between 1913 and 1914, at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. See: http://digitaltmuseum.no/things/aftenkjole/NMK-D/OK-1962-0008?js=1&owner_filter=NMK-D&query=kjole&rows=24&search_context=1&sort_by=&js=1&page=3&count=160&pos=55

Evening gown ca. Silk with silver thread, machine lace, glass beads, and tulle. Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. This is Edwardian but its also a great upcycle idea for multilayered Lagenlook style.

Given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark…

This tiara was given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark, the future King Haakon of Norway. The tiara has remained in the possession of the Norwegian Royal family ever since.

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

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.

Aftenkjole @ DigitaltMuseum.no

omgthatdress: Evening Dress 1914 Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design

Princess Maud in 1896, wearing the beautiful diamond and pearl tiara that Sonja, Martha Louise, and Mette-Marit wears today. I wonder about this necklace, where is it?

Princess Maud in wearing the beautiful diamond and pearl tiara that Sonja, Martha Louise, and Mette-Marit wears today.

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