Explore December 12, Taylors and more!

Explore related topics

Court Coat (image 2) | French | 1860-1880 | wool, silk | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016

Court Coat (image 2) | French | 1860-1880 | wool, silk | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016

The wonderful court dress worn by Princess Dagmar of Denmark, known after her conversion to Orthodox Church as Maria Fyodorovna, at the occassion of her engagement to Tsesarevich Alexander Alexandrovich of Russia, as seen in the detail of Mihály Zichy´s painting of the event.

“The wonderful court dress worn by Princess Dagmar of Denmark, known after her conversion to Orthodox Church as Maria Fyodorovna, at the occassion of her engagement to Tsesarevich Alexander.

17th Century Baroque Court Dress - From the Museum of Applied Arts

mid century, Italy and Hungary, skirt and bodice presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterhazy. Made of cut-pile velvet embroidered with gilded silver thread; decorated with coral beads. Museum of Applied Arts

ca. 1616 Lucy Russell, nee Harrington, Duchess of Bedford (National Portrait Gallery, London UK). Lucy Harington was the daughter of John Harington, 1st baron Harington of Exton (1539/40-August 23,1613) and Anne Kelway (1549-May 25,1620). She married Edward Russell, 3rd earl of Bedford (December 20,1572-May 3, 1627) on December 12, 1594, at the age of thirteen. She lead a fascinating life, see http://www.kateemersonhistoricals.com/TudorWomenH-He.htm

1616 Lucy Harrington, Countess of Bedford National Portrait Gallery, London. Court dress in 1603 was based on the wheel farthingale; in 1616 court dress is based on a hooped skirt with a conical shape maybe from a plain farthingale.

A Most Beguiling Accomplishment: English and French Women's Court Dress

Princess Marie Adélaïde of Savoy December 1685 – 12 February was the wife of Louis, Dauphin of France, Duke of Burgundy. She was the eldest daughter of Duke Victor Amadeus II of Savoy and of Anne Marie d'Orléans.

On 10 February 1840 Queen Victoria married at the Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace. Within two months of the marriage, Victoria was pregnant. Their first child, Victoria, named after her mother, was born in November. Eight other children would follow over the next seventeen years. Albert died on 14 December 1861 at Windsor Castle. The contemporary diagnosis was typhoid fever. Victoria's grief was overwhelming, and she wore black in mourning for the rest of her long life.

British Royal Weddings: From Victoria To Kate

'The Victorian Era' is named after Queen Victoria of England (pictured here in her wedding dress). Victoria married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in She started the tradition of wearing white.

The Duchess of Cambridge at the Gary Barlow concert.

Leggy night out: Kate looks all dressed up as she arrives at the Royal Albert Hall to watch Gary Barlow perform

The Duchess of Cambridge at the Gary Barlow concert, wearing a lace Zara dress with a black Ralph Lauren jacket and black tights.

The wonderful court dress worn by Princess Dagmar of Denmark, known after her conversion to Orthodox Church as Maria Fyodorovna, at the occassion of her engagement to Tsesarevich Alexander Alexandrovich of Russia, as seen in the detail of Mihály Zichy´s painting of the event.

Court dress, Russia, Worn by Princess Dagmar of Denmark (later Empress Maria Feodorovna) on the occasion of her engagement to Tsesarevich Alexander Alexandrovich (later Alexander III).

Court Coat (image 7) | French | 1860-1880 | wool, silk | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016

Court Coat (image 7) | French | 1860-1880 | wool, silk | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016

Doublet & Hose (image 6) | England | 1821 | satin, lace, gilt thread | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016 | Worn by the Earl of Camden for the coronation of King George IV on 19 July 1821. The theme was Elizabethan/Jacobean.

Doublet & Hose (image 6) | England | 1821 | satin, lace, gilt thread | Kerry Taylor Auctions | December 12, 2016 | Worn by the Earl of Camden for the coronation of King George IV on 19 July 1821. The theme was Elizabethan/Jacobean.

Pinterest
Search