Gala dress, Morin-Blossier, Paris, 1906 or 1907. Machine- and hand-sewn gullaméstoff (I couldn’t find a translation of this word), covered with silk tulle embroidered with metallic thread. Artificial diamonds and pearls, metal sequins, and gold fabric. Made for Queen Maud of Norway. National Museum for Art, Architecture, and Design, Norway
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.
Queen Maud dress - 1912-13 - Machine and hand sewn by various machine-woven silks, and beaded tulle. Plastic buckles with glass stones, metal clasps and balusters - National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway - @~ Mlle