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1820s Russian Court Dress

1820 Russian court dress The glittering arches are not conforming to the folds of the dress the way the band of passimenterie at bottom and the row of rouleaux above…the decoration forms a (probably) heavy cage around the bottom of the skirt.

Mme Olga, One of the coronation dress of Alexandra Feodorovna, circa 1896, Hermitage Museum.

Ceremonial Court Dress of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna Olga Bulbenkova’s Workshop, St Petersburg Russia. 1896 Satin, silver and silk thread;

Dress, 1700-1790, silk with gold and silver threaded embroidery.

Russian Court dress Empress Marie Feodorovna, wife of Emperor Paul I. In century Russia the nobility spent most evenings at grand balls during the winter months. They wore their most exquisite gowns and jewelry dripping from every inch of their bodies.

Robe de l'impératrice Maria Feodorovna 1886

Court dress of the Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia. Originally Princess Dagmar of Denmark, Marie Feodorovna married Emperor Alexander III and was the mother of the last Emperor of Russia, Nicholas II.

Side view of Russian 19th century court dress, most likely belonging to Maria Feodorovna, last Dowager Empress of Russia.

Costumes: Court Dress - Side view of Russian century court dress, most likely belonging to Maria Feodorovna, last Dowager Empress of Russia.

Dress worn to the wedding of Napoleon Bonaparte and Marie-Louise, 1810.

1810 - Court Dress Worn by the Princess d’Eckmühl, wife of Marshal Davout, to the Wedding of Marie Louise & Napoleon Bonaparte

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