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  • The Rabbit

    Court dress of Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, 1820s. From the State Hermitage Museum via Nuvo Magazine.

  • Francie Duffy

    Ceremonial Court Dress, (according to legend, belonged to Empress Maria Fyodorovna), Russia, 1820s, Moire, gilded thread, wire, lace, tulle and blondes (raw-silk lace); embroidered via State Hermitage Museum

  • Catherine Clinton

    1820s. Ceremonial dress of the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, widow of Emperor Paul I. The State Hermitage Museum.

  • Countess de Marzipan

    Court dress of the dowager empress Maria Feodorovna (Sofia Dorotea de Württemberg) at the Hermitage Museum (1820-1830). The dress was clearly influenced by the neoclassic current that bathed Europe but with a very russian court ornaments. / Vestido de corte de la emperatriz regente María Feodorovna (Sofia Dorotea de Württemberg) en el museo Hermitage. El vestido estaba influenciado por la corriente neoclásica que bañaba Europa pero con adornos muy de corte rusa.

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