On the birth of her eldest son (1821), the Marchioness of Londonderry acquired in Vienna the famous "Gouttes de Perles" from a widow of a banker, Countess of Fries, and had them made into a regal set of necklace, diadem, comb and earrings. From the book "Ancestral Jewels", D. Scarisbrick

On the birth of her eldest son (1821), the Marchioness of Londonderry acquired in Vienna the famous "Gouttes de Perles" from a widow of a banker, Countess of Fries, and had them made into a regal set of necklace, diadem, comb and earrings. From the book "Ancestral Jewels", D. Scarisbrick

"This Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin"   Bowes Museum c. 1821

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"This Evening dress of silk gauze with a woven pattern of blue leaves in flossed silk, trimmed with silk net and blue satin" Bowes Museum c. 1821

La Belle Assemblee, Parisian Ball Dress, February 1821.   This bodice is a little weird for my tastes, but I do like the trim on the skirts- and her sleeves!

La Belle Assemblee, Parisian Ball Dress, February 1821. This bodice is a little weird for my tastes, but I do like the trim on the skirts- and her sleeves!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1821. (1973) What a gorgeous cloak!  It looks so lush and cozy!

Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1821. (1973) What a gorgeous cloak! It looks so lush and cozy!

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