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Dronning Maud @ DigitaltMuseum.no

Dronning Maud @ DigitaltMuseum.no

HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal and HM The Queen of Norway, with Maud's gown on the right

HRH The Earl of Wessex, HRH The Princess Royal and HM The Queen of Norway, with Maud's gown on the right

Dronning Maud @ DigitaltMuseum.no

Dronning Maud @ DigitaltMuseum.no

DigitaltMuseum - Kjole

DigitaltMuseum - Kjole

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, possibly by W. W. Reville-Terry Ltd., London, c. 1935. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011062311979?pos=46&count=133&folder_id=2144). According to the book "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway, 1896-1938," this may have been the blue and silver-grey striped chiffon gown that Queen Maud is said to have worn on Midsummer's Eve 1935.

Evening dress belonging to Queen Maud of Norway, possibly by W. W. Reville-Terry Ltd., London, c. 1935. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, via DigitaltMuseum (link: http://digitaltmuseum.no/011062311979?pos=46&count=133&folder_id=2144). According to the book "Style & Splendour: The Wardrobe of Queen Maud of Norway, 1896-1938," this may have been the blue and silver-grey striped chiffon gown that Queen Maud is said to have worn on Midsummer's Eve 1935.

Edwardian dress that belonged to Queen Maud of Norway Oueen Maud with her son prince Olav 1906. Love D'Artagnan.

Edwardian dress that belonged to Queen Maud of Norway Oueen Maud with her son prince Olav 1906. Love D'Artagnan.

Dress and coat of machine-made tulle, silk satin and velvet, hand-embroidered with silk thread and beads, as well as machine-made lace, metal clasps. Maker unknown (London, United Kingdom). 1907-08 (dress) / c. 1910 (coat). The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo. Via DigitaltMuseum. The gown has the same silhouette as dresses worn by Queen Maud of Norway during the same period; it is likely that this ensemble came from her wardrobe as well. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Dress and coat of machine-made tulle, silk satin and velvet, hand-embroidered with silk thread and beads, as well as machine-made lace, metal clasps. Maker unknown (London, United Kingdom). 1907-08 (dress) / c. 1910 (coat). The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo. Via DigitaltMuseum. The gown has the same silhouette as dresses worn by Queen Maud of Norway during the same period; it is likely that this ensemble came from her wardrobe as well. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Maud

Maud

Left to Right: Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, and Louise, Princess Royal. The little girl is Alexandra of Fife, Princess Louise's daughter. Photo taken at Maud's wedding.

Left to Right: Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, and Louise, Princess Royal. The little girl is Alexandra of Fife, Princess Louise's daughter. Photo taken at Maud's wedding.

Old Photo. Queen Maud (1869-1938) and King Haakon VII (1872-1957)

Details about Old Photo. Queen Maud (1869-1938) and King Haakon VII (1872-1957)

Old Photo. Queen Maud (1869-1938) and King Haakon VII (1872-1957)

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