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Queen Victoria's Dress 1851 Silk and lace
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Dress belonging to Queen Victoria, 1851 The Royal Collection

Dress worn by to the opening of the Great Exhibition, Made of Spitalfields silk, it perfectly embodies the silhouette of the early complete with pointed bodice, scooped neck, and lace trimmed skirt and sleeves.

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Queen Victoria's Dress 1851 Silk and lace

Queen Victoria's Dress 1851 Silk and lace

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Queen Victoria's dress, 1851 Dress of deep pink Spitalfields silk with vertical bands of interlocking silver circles;

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1851 Dress worn by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition
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“English Dress of pink silk, woven with silver motifs, worn by Queen Victoria for the ceremony opening the Great Exhibition, May 1851 (Museum of London)”

Trecce, riccioli, crinoline ed abiti di gala.

1851 Dress worn by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition

1851 Dress worn by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition
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Dress worn by Queen Victoria to the opening of the Crystal Palace, May 1, 1851, and a dress thought to have been worn by Victoria, Princess Royal ca. 1850-52
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Dress worn by Queen Victoria to the opening of the Crystal Palace, May 1, 1851, and a dress thought to have been worn by Victoria, Princess Royal ca. 1850-52

Dress worn by Queen Victoria to the opening of the Crystal Palace, May 1, 1851, and a dress thought to have been worn by Victoria, Princess Royal ca. 1850-52
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Fancy dress worn by Queen Victoria to a bal costumé themed, “The Court of Charles II,” June 13, 1851
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Fancy dress worn by Queen Victoria to a bal costumé themed, “The Court of Charles II,” June 13, 1851

Fancy dress worn by Queen Victoria to a bal costumé themed, “The Court of Charles II,” June 13, 1851
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Ball gown, worn by the young queen Victoria to the Stewart Ball in 1851.
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Ball gown, worn by the young queen Victoria to the Stewart Ball in that means she was this dress looks so tiny next to that lady. I bet my grand niece would love to wear one of these.

Ball gown commissioned by Queen Victoria, worn at the Stuart Ball, ca. The costume was inspired by the court of Charles II Royal Collection

Celtic princess Tara Model : La Esmeralda Photographer : darkview The Keepsake by Kate Elizabeth Bunce, 1898 (detail) Ball gown, worn by the young queen Victoria to the Stewart Ball in Lady in Green - Gertrude Fis.

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Ball gown, worn by the young queen Victoria to the Stewart Ball in 1851.

Ball gown, worn by the young queen Victoria to the Stewart Ball in 1851.
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Queen Victoria, 1860. For twenty years Victoria reigned with Prince Albert at her side. The industrial revolution swept the kingdom, generating great economic wealth for the country and its colonies. Victoria was the mother of nine children. The good times for Victoria abruptly ended when Albert died of typhoid in 1861.
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Full length color image of Queen Victoria 1860 aka. Queen of the United Kingdom, by George Stuart.

This George Stuart figurine shows a contented Queen Victoria wearing a crinoline in 1860 style.

About Queen Victoria 1860 aka. "The Grandmother of Europe" from Personalites of the Lincoln Era

Queen Victoria with Garter Sash.

Queen Victoria, 1860. For twenty years Victoria reigned with Prince Albert at her side. The industrial revolution swept the kingdom, generating great economic wealth for the country and its colonies. Victoria was the mother of nine children. The good times for Victoria abruptly ended when Albert died of typhoid in 1861.

Queen Victoria, 1860. For twenty years Victoria reigned with Prince Albert at her side. The industrial revolution swept the kingdom, generating great economic wealth for the country and its colonies. Victoria was the mother of nine children. The good times for Victoria abruptly ended when Albert died of typhoid in 1861.

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Queen Victoria’s Privy Council Dress

Queen Victoria’s Privy Council Dress. The wide, wide bertha collar and the gigot sleeves date this dress to the very earliest part of Victoria's reign, i.

Full regalia: A full mourning outfit worn by Queen Victoria in the 1880's is due to go under the hammer in Derby later this month

Queen Victoria's mourning outfit emerges for sale... including her skirt with 43

A full mourning outfit worn by Queen Victoria in the is to go to auction in Derby. The outfit, features a silk taffeta and bomberdine bodice a matching grosgrain skirt (with a waist), monogrammed silk bloomers, a black straw hat and leather shoes.

Commissioned by Queen Victoria for the Stuart Ball, 1851

Commissioned by Queen Victoria for the Stuart Ball, 1851

Mourning dress (once black, now faded) worn by Queen Victoria to her first Privy Council on June 20, 1837, the day of her accession to the throne. Scanned from In Royal Fashion by Kay Staniland

1837 Mourning dress (once black, now faded) worn by Queen Victoria to her first Privy Council on June the day of her accession to the throne. Scanned from In Royal Fashion by Kay Staniland

A never before seen dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace. The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the 1850s by the wife John Gregory Crace.

Dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace. The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the by the wife John Gregory Crace.

Commissioned in 1851 from designer Eugène Louis Lami by Queen Victoria for the Stuart Ball. The most glamorous of all Queen Victoria’s surviving clothes, this costume was inspired by the court of Charles II. The rich brocade of the underskirt was woven in Benares. The lace of the berthe is a copy of seventeenth-century Venetian raised-point needle lace

Commissioned in 1851 from designer Eugène Louis Lami by Queen Victoria for the Stuart Ball.

Day dress ca. 1861-63. Museum of London - Pattern in Janet Arnold's Patterns of Fashion

Museum of London via Molly Elizabeth Costumes (The undersleeves on this are fabulous.

1850 Robe de soirée

1850 Robe de soirée

This dress was worn in 1962 for the King of Norway's visit, it has a bodice and full skirt are embroidered with beads, sequins, crystals

The Queen's historic dresses will go on display on her 90th birthday

The Queen's historic dresses will be unveiled to the public to mark her birthday

Amazing vintage, hand-embroidered- The Smiling Cat

Embroidered Wedding Dress, reworked circa Pale celadon silk with floral embroidery Obvi I had to pin the Elizabeth Bull dress. So glad I got to be part of this before I left Boston.

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A very lovely original circa late lady's floral printed cream silk challis one piece gown that is a wonderful example of a transitional style.

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