Florentina Mihalache

Florentina Mihalache

Florentina Mihalache
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Dress worn by the Swedish statesman and diplomat Axel von Fersen (1755-1810), c.1785.

sewvictorian: “ indigodreams: “ Suit worn by the Swedish statesman and diplomat Axel von Fersen, 1785 France ” Rumoured lover of Marie Antoinette… Guy HAD to have style.

Court robe (grand habit) worn for the coronation of Sophie Madeleine and Coronation robe of King Gustav III of Sweden (1746-1792), both on May 29, 1772

Court robe (grand habit) worn for the coronation of Sophie Madeleine and Coronation robe of King Gustav III of Sweden both on May 1772

Detail Boy’s coat, Italian, circa 1715 - 1750, Silk-brocaded lampas with silver filé . Bizarre silks are a style of figured silk fabrics popular in Europe in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Bizarre silks are characterized by large-scale, asymmetrical patterns featuring geometrical shapes and stylized leaves and flowers, influenced by a wave of Asian textiles and decorative objects reaching the European market in these decades. Royal Ontario Museum.

Boy’s coat Italian Silk-brocaded lampas with silver filé Centimetres: 50 (length), 60 (width) circa 1715 - 1750 Late Bizarre style Area of Origin: Italy

Robe de Style Jeanne Lanvin 1922

Dress (Robe de Style) House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, glass

Dress of Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia (1776 - 1810)

Wow, I love the flowing sleeves on this, not typical of the usual sleeve style. I wonder if she wore as is, or with something under? >>Dress of Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia -