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1906 Princess Radziwill

1906 Princess Radziwill

Arrayed in Gold: Elisa Radziwill and Prince William of Prussia: A Love Found and Lost

Arrayed in Gold: Elisa Radziwill and Prince William of Prussia: A Love Found and…

1904 La princesse Mathilde portant l'aigle de diamants

Princess Mathilde Bonaparte wearing a diamond eagle tiara. The eagle is an emblem of the House of Bonaparte. "If it weren't for him [Emperor Napoleon, her uncle], I'd be selling oranges in the streets of Ajaccio.

Princess Mathilde

Princess Mathilde Bonaparte was a daughter of Emperor Napoleon's brother Jerome and Princess Catherina of Wurttemberg, the second of Jerome's three wives. Mathilda herself was married twice and, like many of the Bonapartes, had no children.

Princess Martha Bibescu of Romania, wearing her Cartier altered emerald tiara bandeau-style

a close up of Princess Marthe Bibesco of Romania, wearing a fabulous Cartier art deco tiara with five huge cabochon emeralds set in a geometric diamond bandeau

1921 - Princess Soutzo Madame Paul Morand was wearing this dress, specially made for her by Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel for 'Clair de lune' - @Mlle

1921 Chanel, Princess Soutzo aka Madame Paul Morand was wearing this dress, specially made for her by Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel for Clair de lune

Gabrielle Réjane was the stage name of Gabrielle-Charlotte Reju, (June 5, 1856 – June 14, 1920), a French actress. She opened the Théâtre Réjane in Paris in 1906. Along with her great rival, Sarah Bernhardt, she served as the model for the character of the actress Berma in Marcel Proust's novel In Search of Lost Time (A la Recherche du Temps Perdu).

Gabrielle Réjane was the stage name of Gabrielle-Charlotte Reju, (June 1856 – June a French actress

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carolathhabsburg: Portrait of a Victorian Polish beauty. Interesting details on bodice (lace), skirt and intricate hair updo.

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