1927 Evening ensemble by Madame Francis. Marjorie Merriweather Post wore this to the coming-out ball for her daughter Eleanor. Via Hillwood Museum.
Madame Francis evening ensemble from the debut of her daughter Eleanor in 1927
Marjorie Merriweather Post was known for her large decorative arts collection that focuses heavily on the House of Romanov she and husband bought from Stalin's government in 1930s. This chandelier of the 18th century was taken from the Catherine's Palace in Tsarskoye Selo. Marjorie has put this chandelier in her luncheon hall of her estate that became Hillwood Museum. says another pinner
A vintage photo shows Marjorie Merriweather Post s festooned Christmas tree drenched in gold in front of the living room’s oceanfront windows at Mar-a-Lago. Photocredit: ©Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
Dress side detail. This dress was worn by Sarah Coke, who lived at Brookhill Hall, Pinxton, Derbyshire, at a fancydress ball in Nottingham in 1826. It was Sarah's "coming out" ball, her first social event as an adult, and the dress was supposed to represent the fashion of Charles II's time, and she wore her hair in ringlets, adorned with white ostrich feathers.
12.386 Hillwood Mansion, Icon Room Moscow, 1875 Firm of Pavel Ovchinnikov Silver, enamel, bone H. 4 1/2 in. Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973 A relatively early example of the work of Pavel Ovchinnikov is this teapot with a pink rose with its leaves and buds painted in champlevé enamel. Ovchinnikov was second only to Sazikov in his experimentation with old techniques of enamel and silver production. Ovchinnikov founded his firm in 1851 in Moscow and became along with Ivan Khlebnikov
1878 Pingat dress purchased by Mrs. Augustus Newland Eddy (née Abby Louise Spencer), when she was in Paris with her father in 1878. According to the donor's grandmother, Mrs. Eddy wore this dress for a portrait painted by G.P.A. Healy. Via Chicago History Museum,
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Parure 'The Lotos Flowers' and necklace presented to Grand Duchess Maria by her father Alexander II in 1874. Maria was the only daughter in Emperor's family so her parents did everything for her. Maria became The Duchess of Edinburg at the age of 21 and wore these jewels on the coronation of Nikolay II in 1896. After Maria's death her jewels were gained by the sister of HMTQ Elizabeth II's husband. After her death the jewels were sold and
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Can I borrow this? Edward Molyneux evening dress ca. 1926-1927 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Eighteenth century wedding ensemble worn by Miss Jane Bailey on the day of her marriage to James Wickham, 1780. Chertsey Museum.
1778 Francis Montresor by John Copley. For her portrait, Mrs. John Montresor wore a costume that was in the latest style, a female riding
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1885-1886 Riding habit jacket, flannel trimmed with mohair and lined with sateen, England. For much of the 19th century fashionable women wore dark woolen tailored jackets inspired by men's coats. By the 1880s their dress was so similar that some observers noted that from a distance it was difficult to distinguish very young ladies from young gentlemen. Via VA Museum, London.
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Basketball nails- I did this for my step daughter when she went to the Celtics game with her Mom :) came out so cute!
Nuptial Crown worn by Tsaritsa Alexandra to Tsar Nichollas II (Hillwood Estates Museum in D.C)
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Suit, Hubert de Givenchy, Paris, France: 1955, wool with moiré silk panels in the skirt. "This ensemble was designed by the Parisian couturier Hubert de Givenchy (b. 1927) for Leslie Caron (b. 1931), the French film actress and dancer. It was made for a play called 'Orvet' by Jean Renoir, who was Caron's great friend and mentor. He wrote it for her, and also directed it. It was first performed at the Theatre de la Renaissance, Paris, on 12 March 1955."
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Jeanne Lanvin coat ca. 1927 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art