Dress of the Day: White dress with gold embroidery and a green cut velvet train. French, ca., 1810-1819. KSUM 1983.1.2011ab.

Gold embroidery on a court dress and train

Regency silk faille evening dress with gold embroidery and a cut velvet court train [English], c.

Gold embroidery on a court dress and train | Kent State University Museum   jαɢlαdy

Gold embroidery on a court dress and train

Gold embroidery on a court dress and train | Kent State University Museum jαɢlαdy

Robe et Manteau de Cour. An 13, Costume Parisien (632), 1804-1805

Court dress, 1804 - 1805 (An

Robe et manteau de cour à traine de Joséphine  Crédit photographique :  (C) RMN / Gérard Blot  Période :  19e siècle, période contemporaine de 1789 à 1914  Technique/Matière :  broderie (textile), fil d'or, soie (textile), tulle (tissu)  Localisation :  Malmaison, châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau

Court dresses and trains of Empress Josephine, early century

Three-quarter back view of evening dress, ca. 1815. KSUM 1986.97.28. Collection of the Kent State University Museum.

1810 - 25 ca. Court or Evening Dress. From: Kent State University Museum

Robe de cour de l'impératrice Joséphine  Description :  Robe de cour de l'impératrice Joséphine en gaze lamée argent ornée de semis de fleurs d'oeillets, large bordure brodée de fleurs et palmettes Après 1810  Crédit photographique :  (C) RMN / Gérard Blot

This is *way* vintage, but Josephine was always one of my style icons! "Court dress belonging to the Empress Josephine, made after Musee de Malmaison.

Portrait of the Duchess Talleyrand-Périgord, Princess Dorothea by Joseph Chabord

Portrait of the Duchess Talleyrand-Périgord, Princess Dorothea by Joseph Chabord

1806-1810, France (?) - Court dress - Silk, tulle, gilded copper thread

Court Dress “ To meet the strict requirements set by the court in Paris, a court gown had to be decorated with gold lamé (thin strips of gold). This gown – meant to be worn at the court of.

A dress and train grande parure. Not sure that a train necessarily means court wear but it might do! 1812 costume parisien

Costume Parisien, From the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs via…

Front view of evening dress and court train, ca. 1815. KSUM 1983.1.2011 and KSUM 1986.97.28. Collection of the Kent State University Museum.

The Corseted Beauty Court dress with detachable train, England, ca. Ivory moiré silk faille dress with gold embroidery and green velvet train with gold embroidery.

Full profile view of evening dress and court train. KSUM 1983.1.2011 and KSUM 1986.97.28. Collection of the Kent State University Museum.

fripperiesandfobs: Court dress and train ca. 1815 From the Kent State University Museum

Robe et manteau de Cour de l'impératrice Joséphine  Description :  Au chiffre H couronné, entouré de motifs floraux  Crédit photographique :  (C) RMN / Droits réservés  Période :  19e siècle, période contemporaine de 1789 à 1914  Technique/Matière :  broderie (textile), fil d'or, reps, tulle (tissu)  Localisation :  Malmaison, châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau  Acquisition :  Don Princesse Louis Murat, 1980

Court dress and robes of Empress Josephine

Ceremonial Court Dress; Russia, 1820s // Moire, gilded thread, wire, lace, tulle and blondes (raw-silk lace) | Possibly belonged to Empress Maria Fyodorovna

The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection -- Powered by IBM Ceremonial Court Dress (according to legend, belonged to Empress Maria Fyodorovna), 1820 Russia

Louise of Prussia, whom Napoleon referred to as "The only man in Prussia."

Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, queen of Prussia, Unknown artist, 1797

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767–1855):  English: Portrait of Empress Marie-Louise, 1810.

Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma, 12 December 1791 – 17 December was an Austrian archduchess who reigned as Duchess of Parma from 1814 until her death. She was Napoleon's second wife and, as such, Empress of the French from 1810 to

Court train ca. 1809 | French | The Met

1809 Court train (manteau de cour) said to have been worn by Armandine Marie Georgine de Serent at Napoleon's marriage to Marie Louise in 1810 (Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York City, New York USA)

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