Evening dress worn by Queen Maud of Norway, 1910-13
Queen Maud of Norway's evening gown, 1910. She was still in mourning for her father, which explains the black accents (black was not a
HM Queen Maud of Norway, when Princess Maud of Wales
Gala dress, Morin-Blossier, Paris, 1906 or 1907. Machine- and hand-sewn gullaméstoff (I couldn’t find a translation of this word), covered with silk tulle embroidered with metallic thread. Artificial diamonds and pearls, metal sequins, and gold fabric. Made for Queen Maud of Norway. National Museum for Art, Architecture, and Design, Norway
Queen Maud, Crown Prince Olav and King Haakon VII of Norway (circa 1905).
Left to Right: Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, and Louise, Princess Royal. The little girl is Alexandra of Fife, Princess Louise's daughter. Photo taken at Maud's wedding.
Worth evening dress ca. 1910 From the Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum
Green silk chiffon evening dress with glass and pearl beadwork, ivory lace collar and cuffs, and waistband of gold gauze and twisted silver braid, by Sarah Fullerton Monteith Young, English (London), c. 1906-08. Worn by Maud Messel.
Wedding dress worn by Mary Peterson Wells, 1910-11 (worn in) the Philippines (Manila), FIDM Museum & Galleries