Dress worn by Marjorie Merriweather Post when she married Joseph E. Davies in December 1935. From the Hillwood Estate
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Fur-trimmed afternoon dress, 1935 (Hillwood Estate)
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Image courtesy of Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens, Bell Push, attributed to Fabergé, made by Mikhail Perkhin, 1899-1903, Assay Master Ivan Lebetkin. Photo by Ed Owe
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Bell Push, Fabergé (firm) (attr.); Perkhin, Mikhail (workmaster) (attr.) RUSSIA: Saint Petersburg 1899-1903 Bloodstone, enamel, gold, ruby, diamond chips
Wedding dress worn by Dina Merrill, in 1946 From the Hillwood Estate
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Washington Speaks: Wedding dresses extended at Hillwood through January 15, 2012
Wedding Dress, 1946 Worn by Dina Merrill for her wedding to Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr., March 23, 1946 Saks Fifth Avenue, New York Satin, tulle, pearls Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens Gift of Dina Hartley; photo by Ed Owen
Twelve Monogram Imperial Fabergé egg at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
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The Twelve Monograms also known as the Alexander III Portraits Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1896, for the then Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. Tsar Nicholas presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. The Twelve Monograms/ Alexander III Portraits Egg was the second Fabergé egg given by Tsar Nicholas to his mother.
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Catherine the Great Easter Egg Fabergé, 1914 The Hillwood Estate
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Hillwood Estate, Washington, DC. The estate is the former home and garden of Marjorie Merriweather Post
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Foyer - Hillwood Estates on 25 acres in Northwest D.C., the former home of Marjorie Merriweather Post– the only child of entrepreneur Charles William (C.W.) Post.
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Inside the Washington, D.C., Hillwood Estate museum and garden are 18th-century Russian and French art and antiques collected by owner Marjorie Merriweather Post, heiress to the General Foods fortune.
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Fabergé enthusiasts will cry with envy as their eyes fall out of their heads. Who cares what the mansion looks like when it has this kind of art?
A beautiful estate that is absolutely lovely to explore. Marjorie Merriweather Post owned this estate, and she had a wonderful taste in both gardens and decor. Explore her rose garden or look through the many treasures she collected during her life.
✔️Inside the Washington, D.C., Hillwood Estate museum and garden are 18th-century Russian and French art and antiques collected by owner Marjorie Merriweather Post, heiress to the General Foods fortune.
Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens in Washington DC, D.C.
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from The Peak of Chic Breakfast room at Hillwood, estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post
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The Breakfast Room at Hillwood, the Washington D.C. estate of the late Marjorie Merriweather Post. Although the room is meant to evoke a winter garden, the domed ceiling makes it feel a little like a bird cage.
bird cage inspired breakfast room, what a way to start the day
Renaissance or "Juliet" fancy dress costume, 1928-29. Made of silk brocade, metallic brocade, and plastic (trim). This theatrical, Renaissance-style costume in salmon brocade is often referred to as Marjorie Merriweather Post's "Juliet" costume. Post wore this costume to the Everglades Ball on March 7, 1929. The Everglades Ball was a fancy dress ball held annually at the Everglades Club in Palm Beach, Florida. Hillcrest Estate Museum.
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Renaissance costume, 1928-29 From the Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens - See more at: http://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/56155588588/renaissance-costume-1928-29-from-the-hillwood#sthash.oyjwuABK.dpuf
"Juliet" fancy dress, 1928-29, at the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens. Worn by Marjorie Merriweather Post to the Everglades Ball on March 7, 1929.
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Faberge box carved out of amethyst, fitted with gold mounts, encrusted with diamonds and topped with a carved ruby animal, brought out of Russia by Felix Youssupov and sold to Cartier
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Faberge box belonging to the Youssoupoff's
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Faberge Box Carved Out of Amethyst, Fitted with Gold Mounts, Encrusted with Diamonds, and Topped with a Carved Ruby Animal, Brought Out of Russia by Felix Youssupov and Sold to Cartier.
A photo of a Faberge box bought out of Russia by Felix and sold to Cartier and then to the Hillwood estate.
Wedding dress, 1874, from the Hillwood Estate.
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Vintage 1930s dress on display at the Hillbrook Estates.
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A soft, endlessly pretty afternoon dress by Lucile, c. 1919. #vintage #Edwardian #1910s #dress #clothing #historical #costume #ivory #cream
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Afternoon dress by Lucile, 1919-20, Hillwood Estate. Reminds me of Anne Shirley's wedding dress <3
Marjorie Merriweather Post owned this fabulous Fabergé egg, now displayed at Hillwood Estate Museum.
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Marjorie Merriweather Post owned this Fabergé egg, now displayed at Hillwood Estate Museum.
Faberge: 1914 Catherine the Great Easter Egg; Presented on Easter morning 1914 by Nicholas II to his mother, there are approximately 937 diamonds and 500 pearls on the exterior of the egg. The surprise within was a mechanical sedan chair with Catherine the Great sitting inside. That artistic delight is now lost to history.
The 45th Imperial Egg ~ 1914 Catherine the Great Egg ~ Hillwood Museum, Washington, D.C., The Marjorie Merriweather Post Collection
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Hillwood Estates c.1908 Callot Soeurs
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Gowns Pagan Wicca Witch: Optical illusion: A light green dress inspired by Mariano Fortuny and a 1908 Callot Soeurs dress.
Witch, transformed - Pret-a-papier: The incredible period gowns recreated with paper, glue, paint - and not a stitch of fabric. Fortuny Light Green Dress made by artist Isabelle de Borchagrave is part of an exhibition in which all the gowns are made entirely from paper
Fortuny Light Green Dress - paper art by Isabelle de Borchgrave
gauzy aqua and gold paper dress by Isabelle de Borchgrave
Dresses Pagan Wicca Witch: “Starry Night” fancy dress, 1926, Hillwood Estate. For inspiration.