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Lafayette negative collection / historic photographic portraits of British, Indian, Royalty

From about the middle of the 1790s to the ascension of King George IV in 1820, English ladies found the expectations of court dress at g...

From about the middle of the 1790s to the ascension of King George IV in 1820, English ladies found the expectations of court dress at g...

A diamond star belle epoque tiara, worn by Lady Isabel Bennett in 1901. An eight pointed star, with circular diamond spacers, attached to a platinum band, and worn at Court Presentation.

The classic three ostrich plumes of court presentation apparel. A diamond star belle epoque tiara, worn by Lady Isabel Bennett in An eight pointed star, with circular diamond spacers, attached to a platinum band, and worn at Court Presentation.

The Road to Waterloo, Part VII: The Allied Sovereigns Snub Napoleon & Mr. Barton Wallop Goes to a Ball (fashion plate: 1808 court dress)

The Road to Waterloo, Part VII: The Allied Sovereigns Snub Napoleon & Mr. Barton Wallop Goes to a Ball (fashion plate: 1808 court dress)

Court gown, 1799. This bandeau, worn for a formal event, also holds feathers, as in the above photo.

Regency Fashion: The Bandeau Hair Accessory

1799 court gown_Richard Phillips fashions of london and paris - feather and ribbon bandeau

“Court dress, by the House of Worth, ca. 1888. Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

“Court dress, by the House of Worth, ca. Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

Court dress, fashion plate, hand-colored engraving on paper, published in Ackermann's Repository, London, July 1820.

Regency fashions for 1820 began in the normal mode of what was new and some lovely color;

This photo is taken of the dress designed for the event of the Coronation in Britain of Queen ALEXANDRA & EDWARD VII – dated 26th June 1902. It was quoted “The dress was designed for PRINCESS E’TRANGERE”. The Description is:- “Court gown in gold and pearl tulle. Mantle in gold tulle, richly embroidered and lined in cloth of gold. Two flounces with Alencon lace application. Shoulder band held with diamond buckle and the waist held a large bunch of old roses”.

This photo is taken of the dress designed for the event of the Coronation in Britain of Queen ALEXANDRA & EDWARD VII – dated 26th June 1902. It was quoted “The dress was designed for PRINCESS E’TRANGERE”. The Description is:- “Court gown in gold and pearl tulle. Mantle in gold tulle, richly embroidered and lined in cloth of gold. Two flounces with Alencon lace application. Shoulder band held with diamond buckle and the waist held a large bunch of old roses”.

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